Nairn is a seaside town on the coast of the Moray Firth in the highlands of Scotland. Nairn boasts two championship golf courses – www.nairndunbar.com and www.nairngolfclub.co.uk and is only 10 miles from www.castlestuartgolf.com. If golf is your focus of your break Wee Corsee is a great base because there are another 30 golf courses within an hours drive of it, including Carrbridge, Cruden Bay, Elgin, Forres and Royal Dornoch
Wee Corsee is central to the many attractions of the Highlands, Speyside and the Moray coast. Inverness is just half an hour away in the car.
As well as being the Brighton of the North due to its long sandy Blue Flag beaches and sunny micro-climate Nairn is a hub of activity. Annually visitors attend the Nairn book and Arts festival. The community centre, www.nairncc.co.uk which can be, accessed through Viewfield park hosts many activities and events including the celidh nights in the summer months for visitors and locals.
The farming community look forward to The Nairn Farmer’s Show, held in Auldearn usually on the last Saturday in July.
The highlight of the year is Games days with pipers, caber tossing and tug of war. This is held in the third week of August.
It is difficult to fit in all the things there are to do either in or close to Nairn – distillery trips (for example the Royal Brakla in Cawdor) or Tarzan trails at Landmark. Riding horses in Culbin Forest or bikes in Delnies Woods. Historical trips to Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Culloden battlefield or Brodie Castle. Dolphin watching in the Moray Firth or people watching in Inverness City.