Out and about in the Highlands of Scotland
The Moray Firth region in the Highlands of Scotland, where Boath House is located is not only renowned for its favourable weather conditions - enjoying the lowest rainfall and highest number of sunshine hours in Scotland.
The Hotel is situated in a prime position close to both Inverness (16 miles away) the capital of the Scottish Highlands and the seaside town and golfing haven of Nairn (1.5miles away). Inverness has an international airport and railway station. Daily scheduled direct flights are available from London (Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton), Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Kirkwall, Stornoway and Stockholm. Regular train services are available throughout Scotland and from London and other English mainline stations.
Boath House Hotel - ideal base for touring the Scottish Highlands
Boath House is an ideal location for touring. Aviemore is only 30 miles away and other attractions within easy reach include Loch Ness, various malt whisky distilleries and wineries, Culloden battle site, Royal Deeside and Balmoral Castle, the Ospreys at Boat of Garten and Cawdor Castle made famous by Shakespeare in Macbeth.
Outdoor activities available nearby include walking, fishing, cycling, skiing, golf (2 championship link courses and another 26 Scottish golf courses are within one hours drive from the hotel), horse riding, boat trips to watch marine and bird life in the Moray Firth including dolphins, seals and rare endemic wading and migratory species of birds.
Nairn is a delightful Victorian seaside resort where you can walk for hours along the town’s beautiful sandy beaches in a search for dolphins and seals offshore. Find out more about Nairn and local area at www.visitnairn.com