Welcome to Am Braighe on 18 January 2019




By Air -

British Airways -  http://www.ba.co.uk

Easyjet - http://www.easyjet.com/en/

 By Rail -

East Coast from London and Edinburgh - http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/

Scot Rail  http://www.scotrail.co.uk

Ferries to the islands

Calmac -  http://www.calmac.co.uk

General sites to help -

The AA route planner -  http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp

Petrol prices -  http://www.petrolprices.com

Visit  Scotland (the Scottish tourist board)   www.visitscotland.com

Visit Nairn  www.visitnairn.com

Historic Scotland  ( properties such as  Fort George , Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness as well as over 300 properties round Scotland including Edinburgh Castle) http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/

The National Trust for Scotland (properties all over Scotland including local ones such as Culloden Battlefield, Brodie Castle, Drum Castle and the stunning gardens of Crathes Castle by Banchory ) http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk

 Local Places of Interest

There are SO many places of interest nearby to us that it is impossible to mention all however here are a few for you -

Logie Steading  Crafts, Antiques and Art Gallery - this is a very high quality visitor centre showing a large variety of local art works, quality crafts, antiques and quality antique furniture, a second hand bookshop and a whisky shop as well as an excellent and award winning tearoom.

Johnson's of Elgin Cashmere outlet factory shop at Elgin 

Cawdor Castle and Gardens -  this is a very interesting "lived in" castle with stunning gardens only 4 miles out of Nairn and makes a lovely trip in the car. There is a tearoom and lunches are also served.

 Fishing permits  available at Pat Fraser's Electrial Shop on the High Street

Local restaurants we recommend

The Sundancer  - for some reason I can't get the website for this lovely restaurant to link, but check it out as worth it!

The Classroom Bistro   www.theclassroombistro.com

 The Bandstand Restaurant  www.braevalhotel.co.uk