Beach View Self Catering Accommodation
Nairn - Highlands of Scotland
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Whether you are looking for a family holiday, golfing break or simply a comfortable base to explore the Highlands and its many attractions, Beach View is the ideal location.

Beach View is an attractive, turn of the century, stone built, semi-detached property with 3 bedrooms, sleeping up to 6 people. The downstairs has been recently extended and refurbished. It now has a new kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and a downstairs bathroom.

The house enjoys sea views over Nairn's central beach to the Moray Firth and the Black Isle beyond.

We offer free Wi-Fi (Wireless Internet access).



The property is very well presented with full gas central heating, a living flame gas fire in the lounge and exposed original polished wooden flooring downstairs.

  • Upstairs the main bedroom has a 5ft double bed and boasts stunning views westwards over the links and central beach.
  • The second bedroom has twin beds and views eastwards over Fishertown and the harbour.
  • The third bedroom is small with bunk beds and a sea view northwards.

Facilities include: TV, DVD player, VCR, Hi Fi, fridge/freezer, modern electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.

Outside there is a secluded walled garden with a lawn, patio, and barbecue area. There is easy on road parking at the side and to the front of the property.

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From £500 - £750 per week depending on season, inclusive of all amenities.
Our letting week is normally Saturday to Saturday but can be varied in the off season.
Sorry we do not accept credit cards.

To check availability, simply email us at
or telephone us on 01667 451659.

We look forward to meeting you and helping you to enjoy your holiday.

Angela and George Mackay - 1 Glebe Road - Nairn IV12 4ED - Scotland
Tel: 01667 451659 / Mobile: 07762 949322

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