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Corsee House and Wee Corsee offer two types of accommodation for visitors to Nairn.

Wee Corsee Self Catering Holiday Apartment

Wee Corsee is a self catering holiday apartment in the west-end of the picturesque town of Nairn. It is situated in the grounds of Corsee House, a sympathetically renovated Victorian house next-door to Viewfield Park.  The superb beach, high street and local amenities are all short stroll away.  The town is 18 miles east of Inverness and 10 miles from Inverness Airport.

The split-level flat caters for six with two bedrooms, one en-suite shower room, family bathroom with a shower over the bath and open plan living space.  The ground floor bedroom has an en-suite. Egyptian cotton Towels are provided. The upstairs bedroom has either a super king bed or two single beds depending on your preference. There is also a double sofa bed in the living room. All beds dressed in Dorma Egyptian cotton. Bedrooms and living space have flat-screen televisions. The living space has a large television DVD player (with a collection of DVDS), a fully fitted kitchen with double oven, gas hob and dishwasher.  There is a separate utility area with washing machine and microwave and freezer.

FREE WIFI INCLUDED.

Corsee House Bed and Breakfast

Corsee House offers a hearty Scottish breakfast after a good night’s rest in one of their three large guest bedrooms.

An Aga-cooked breakfast is served in a gorgeous dining room with a beautiful stone fire-place as its focal point. The traditional cooked breakfast is locally sourced.

The original grand stair case leads guests up to their large bed rooms on the top floor. Each bed-room boasts a modern en-suite shower room. There is a choice of beds for guests from super-king, kings or two singles and also includes two family room with sofa beds.

Corsee House was built in the 1890s and we believe was a family home for many years. In the late 20th century Colonel Wallace sold the house to the Highland Council. Modern and not always sympathetic extensions were added and it was turned into a care home for many years and used as offices for the council. As the occupancy fell the home was closed and left to dereliction and the ruined grounds to nature.

In late 2013 the current owners Darren and Anne Marie MacKenzie saw and fell in love with the shell of a building and knew it could be a wonderful home for them and their two sons. The labour of love began in February 2014 and Corsee House was stripped back to the 19th Century building but upgraded and altered internally for modern day living.

FREE WIFI INCLUDED

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