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All reviews sea view bandstand restaurant beer festival single room great bar street parking comfortable room would stay again moray firth short stay steak evening meal lovely view inverness airport cooked breakfast full scottish breakfast ales
This place has beautiful views with a chance to have a stroll on the beach whenever! The food is great and very reasonable price. All four of us had a good meal. The bread and butter pudding is highly recommend! Hope to be back!
Very nice bar, nice peopleThe location is the best, near the sea sideGood food as well in the bar as in the restaurantRooms are a little old-fashioned, but very wellA little parking area would help out
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The Braeval Hotel has a great location overlooking a seaside park (a local in the bar told us it was called the links) and our room overlooked all of this which was great. Rooms are clean and tidy but lack that quality of finish that...More
It is cheaper than most other hotels and b&b’s in the area and is in a very good location on the front with great views across the Moray Firth. It is a small hotel but the bar has 170 different kinds of whiskey. The Bandstand...More
The Braeval Hotel is a friendly pub-hotel overlooking Nairn beach. It has spectacular sea views and is close to Nairn town centre and between Nairn's two championship golf courses. It has 8 en-suite bedrooms, …Moresome with sea views. The hotel's Bandstand Bar won CAMRA Pub of the Year 2014. It has won this award five times in the last six years. It has 9 Real Ale pumps is Cask Marque accredited and in The Good Beer Guide. The hotel's sea view Restaurant offers excellent Sea Food, Steaks and traditional Scottish dishes from locally sourced produce. The entire length of the restaurant is glass, offering stunning sea views. The decor reflects the character of the Fishertown area of Nairn with period photographs of Nairn when it was a fishing port. Bottlenose dolphins are regularly seen from the Restaurant. The hotel is rated 4 stars by Visit Scotland. Less
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