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Firthside House is the perfect base for exploring all that Scotland has to offer. Just a short drive away, you can find yourself teeing off at one of the many golf courses nearby, or wandering through the lush countryside. If you’re looking for a taste of Scotland's history and culture, the famous distilleries are close by, as are many historical landmarks. With stunning scenery all around and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, Firthside House is the ultimate Scottish getaway.

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Nairn is a relaxing and friendly seaside resort in the Scottish Highlands, blessed with three beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and two championship golf courses.

One of the sunniest and driest places in Scotland, Nairn is a popular family holiday destination and an ideal base for walking, cycling, touring the Highlands and golfing.

Located on the Moray Firth, at the edge of the sand-floored Culbin Forest, a visit to Nairn can bring you a surprising array of Highland wildlife-watching opportunities, including dolphins, minke whale, seals and some remarkable birdlife.

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Nairn Golf Club

Nestled along the Moray Firth coastline, the Nairn Golf Club enjoys a privileged spot on authentic Scottish linksland. This unique location grants the club an enviable distinction – stunning sea views that grace every hole, rendering it one of Scotland's most spectacular seaside courses.

During the evening while the sun sets, the course displays it’s rolling, bunker-pitted moonscape. It is a traditional links course with fast and narrow fairways and beautiful gorse bushes and heather framing the fairway. 

With quality and craftsmanship resonating throughout the course and club house, Nairn Golf Club is a perfect course for those of you who admire magnificent scenery and challenging yet rewarding golf.


Nairn Golf Club, Seabank Road, Nairn,  IV12 4HB

Firthside House Golf at Nairn

Castle Stuart Golf Club
Cabot Highlands

Another beautiful golf course along the Moray Firth coastline is Castle Stuart Golf Club or Cabot Highlands. As diversity and history make Scottish golf courses famous throughout the world, Castle Stuart is said to be the best golf course if you wish to experience the iconic Scottish Highlands. 


Castle Stuart offers spectacular open views, natural bunkers, infinity edge greens, and beautiful fairways. Because of its challenging yet breath-taking course, it’s no surprise that Castle Stuart has played host to one of the biggest golf tournaments in the world, The Scottish Open. In a country celebrated for the diversity and historical richness of its golf courses, Castle Stuart reigns supreme when it comes to capturing the essence of the iconic Scottish Highlands. 

Cabot Highlands, Inverness IV2 7JL

Other Courses in the Area

About 30-45min drive from Firthside House:

  • Inverness (25min)

  • Forres (25min)

  • Kings (35min)

  • Hopeman (40min)

  • Elgin (40min)

  • Moray (45min)

  • Grantown on Spey (45min)



About 1 hour drive from Firthside House:

  • Fortrose and Rosemarkie (50min)

  • Boat of Garten (55min)

  • Spey Valley (55min)

  • The Carnegie Club (1 hour, 15min)

  • Tain (1 hour 10min)

  • Portmahomack-Tarbat (1 hour, 20min)

  • Royal Dornoch (1 hour  30min)

  • Golspie (1 hour 30min)



About 2 hours’ drive from Firthside House:

  • Brora (1 hour 40min)

  • Royal Aberdeen (2 hours, 10min)

  • Cruden Bay (2 hours, 20min)

  • Trump International Golf Links Aberdeen (2 hours, 20min)

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Attractions in the local area

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Suggested four day Itinerary

We have put together a 4 day itinerary based at Firthside House, showcasing the very best Scotland has to offer. Click below to find out more! 

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