Welcome to Am Braighe on 21 July 2018




Quality self drive tours and personalized itineraries of Scotland or France or Ireland which we recommend to guests or colleagues as Scotland Made Easy is an award winning company based locally in Nairn:

 Scotland Made Easy      

 France Made Easy 

Ireland Made Easy

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. http://www.ambraighe.com/secure/admin/www.logie.co.uk

Johnson's of Elgin Cashmere outlet factory shop at Elgin  http://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/johnstons-of-elgin-cashmere-visitor-centre-p253391

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. http://www.ambraighe.com/secure/admin/www.cawdorcastle.com

Antiques - Instant Antiques on the Brae at 129 High Street (the end of the High Street by the A96 ) - John and Steve both have a most interesting collection of antiques, paintings and collectibles and are most helpful to our guests at The Braighe. www.antiques-atlas.com/instantantiques

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

Local restaurants we recommend -

The Classroom Bistro   www.theclassroombistro.com

Sunny Brae Hotel  www.sunnybraehotel.co.uk

The Bandstand Restaurant  www.braevalhotel.co.uk

Boath House (Fine dining Michelin star restaurant )  http://www.boath-house.com/restaurant/