The breakfast is served in the antique filled downstairs dining room. See news note on special diets! You are guests in the house and that is exactly how Rosemary wishes you to feel - at home and completely relaxed.
All local suppliers are used for fresh vegetables and fruit is sourced from local Wester Hardmuir Fruit Farm - Strawberries, Raspberries are nearly always on the Breakfast Buffet and team with fruit and plain yoghurts and homemade fruit coulis. Rosemary always makes marmalade in January keeping tradition with the history of marmalade making in Dundee.
For those guests unable to make it out for dinner or not requiring a full meal, Inveran generally has a bowl of soup available using local vegetables and especially local carrots rather a speciality of the area along with potatoes.
Rosemary offers help with selection of restaurants, booking and reservations are readily undertaken.
Special diets are never a problem - gluten free, lactose free etc.
Nairn has an excellent selection of restaurants and the hotels including The Clubhouse Hotel (almost next door to Inveran Lodge) The Sunnybrae Hotel, and the Golf View. Just a short walk into town and The Classroom is receiving rave reviews for food and ambience or a stroll along the front and sit looking out at the Moray Firth from the new Conservatory Dining Room at The Bandstand. New in June 2016 is the Sundancer right on the beach with the most wonderful views. Contemporary decor makes this a most exciting restaurant to add to Nairn's portfolio. Rosemary is always ready to discuss whatever dining experience her guests wish to have and is ready to book and reserve tables.
All have extensive lunch and dinner menus and, for the golfer, the choice and value for money available at both Nairn and Nairn Dunbar Golf clubs is nothing short of excellent. A help yourself Afternoon Tea is left for guests in the Butler's Pantry from 4 p.m. Tea and Coffee and homemade scones, cakes or tea breads will await you after a day on the links or touring. Not to be missed! Canapes for guests can be arranged so that drinks can be taken in the upstairs drawing room which has recently opened its fireplace for real open fires just in case there is an unlikely cool evening in sunny Nairn.