Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park

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It's always beach o'clock at
Nairn Lochloy

Nairn Lochloy

The perfect place to unwind, Nairn is situated between a beautiful marina and not one, but two championship golf courses. But the real pull is the gorgeous white sandy beach, literally steps away making any time beach time.

So you might want to bring your clubs, along with your beach balls, buckets and spades. And don't forget your hiking boots - the glorious Highlands are waiting to be explored!

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Nairn Lochloy

Nairn, Inverness, IV12 5DE

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  • Step onto stunning Nairn East Beach
  • Invigorating walks along the Dava Way
  • Just 15 miles from Inverness
  • See the resident Moray Firth dolphins
  • Superb location for exploring The Highlands

Places you'll love visiting time and time again

  1. Nairn

    Nairn is a popular seaside resort with a beautiful seafront and harbour as well as a championship golf course and a range of shops and museum.

  2. Inverness

    The capital of the Scottish Highlands, you can either soak up its history by visiting the castle and cathedral or spend the day making the most of all the shops, restaurants and bars.

  3. Fort George

    Visit the mightiest artillery fortification in Britain, if not Europe. Explore the ancient monument which still functions as a working army barracks today.

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Did you know?

Moray Firth is the largest Firth in Scotland stretching from Duncansby Head (near John O'Groats) in the West to Inverness and Beauly Firth in the East.

Moray Firth boasts 500 miles of spectacular coastline, much of which is cliff, making it an ideal location for those scenic cliff top walks!

Nairn is one of the most popular places in the UK for spotting dolphins and whales. Some of the most common species are the Bottlenose Dolphin and the Harbour Porpoise with the occasional sighting of the Common Dolphin and the Minke Whale. Bring your binoculars so you don't miss out!

The first sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was on the 2nd May 1923 by an Alex Campbell, the Loch's water bailiff and, coincidentally a part-time journalist. The famous Loch is just a few miles from park if you want to see if you can spot the famous cryptid!

We have a nautical theme going on here at Nairn; the boats that used to sail out of Nairn harbour were called Drifters. Thus the name of the club and the fish they used to catch were called Speldings, thus the name of the restaurant!

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Looking for a holiday
or short break?

We have a wide range of caravan holiday homes available at Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park for holidays or short breaks. You can find out all the information you need as well as booking online at the Parkdean Holidays website.

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