Located in the west end of Nairn, our imposing Victorian house is set within its own grounds and offers convenient access to the beach, the town centre and the golf courses. We have a range of bed and breakfast accommodation with superior rooms, standard rooms, an extensive breakfast menu and prices to suit every budget. Awarded a Disabled Category 3, Greenlawns has 2 ground floor en suite bedrooms, both having a bath and shower with handles and grab rails. The lounge and dining room are also on the ground floor.(closed Nov to 20 Mar) Prices from: £29 per person/night
We have 6 en-suite bedrooms: 3 have bath tubs with showers over the bath, and 3 have shower cubicles. There is a family suite which sleeps up to 5 persons. All rooms are individually decorated to a high standard and are equiped with Freeview TV, some with dvd players (a large selection of dvds are available for guest use), hair dryers and well stocked hospitality trays. Many of the rooms are furnished with lovely antique pieces of furniture. Most double rooms have 5 or 6 foot wide beds, those larger rooms can be converted in to twin bedded rooms giving full flexibility to groups or families.
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We offer a varied breakfast menu and all produce is sourced locally. Special dishes include a variety of locally smoked fish dishes (kedgeree, kippers, finnan haddie to name but a few) and a range of choices for vegetarians and vegans. There will always be at least two choices available daily. The dining room has lovely garden views and our spacious lounge has reading material and a warm fire.
Private parking and garden for guests. Greenlawns has wireless internet access throughout. A childrens' cot or foldaway bed is available upon request. Non-smoking establishment. Dogs accepted in our ground floor rooms, by prior arrangement. Check-in: 4 - 7pm
Famous for its sandy beach, Nairn is also an excellent centre for exploring the Scottish Highlands. The area offers a range of outdoor activities including golfing, walking, cycling, fishing and water sports. Nairn itself has a Museum and you can spot dolphins from the beach or birdwatch at the RSPB reserve. Summer events include the Agricultural Show, the Nairn Highland Games and the largest food festival in the Highlands at Cawdor Castle in September. The proprietor is an amateur genealogist and can help guests in tracing their roots.
Sheelagh and Dave welcome you to Greenlawns, where you will find comfortable and convenient accommodation for your stay in Nairn. Prices from: £29 per person/night