Corsee House

Corsee House is a traditionally stone built, stunning Victorian Mansion. The house is situated in the quiet west-end of Nairn overlooking Viewfield Park. Cutting through the Park a short walk takes you to either the High Street, Nairn's award winning beaches, or the Bus and Train Station for an easy arrival. There are restaurants, bars and cafes all close by and your car can be left in our car park.

As you enter Corsee House you are greeted warmly by the owners in a large hallway and the original grand stair case. This leads guests up to their large bed rooms on the top floor.

Each of the three bed-rooms boasts a modern en-suite shower room. There is a choice of beds for guests from super-king, kings, or singles and also includes two family rooms with sofa beds. Each room is tastefully furnished with large wardrobes and luxurious bed linen. Tea and coffee can be made in each room whilst watching televsion from a large flat screen.

Corsee House offers a hearty Scottish breakfast after a good night's rest in one of their luxury guest bedrooms. Breakfast starts with a selecion of cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts, juices, coffee and a selection of teas. An Aga-cooked breakfast is served in a gorgeous dining room with a beautiful stone fire-place as its focal point. A great start to a wonderful day exploring the stunning highlands.


Corsee House was built in the 1890s and 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 2012 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 2013 and Corsee House was stripped back to the 19th Century building but upgraded and altered internally for comfortable modern day living.


Corsee House is £90 per couple per night, based on two people sharing a room.

The MacKenzie Room can be a family room for 3. The McIntyre Room can accommodate a family of 4. The Murphy Room boasts a suprking bed or two single beds. Each child aged 2-12 is an additioanl £20pppn. Babies can be accommodated in our Travel cot at no additional cost.

There is no minimum stay.


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