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The Havelock House Hotel Nairn, IV12 4NB

The Havelock House Hotel, Nairn - Picture 2023-08-23-12-17-02
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The Havelock is a prestigious detached Victorian property, located close to the centre of the popular seaside town of Nairn. Purchased by the current owners seven years ago, the building has enjoyed some significant upgrades to create this very successful operation. The business has a category C listed status relating to the delightful Victorian veranda external to the building. The business is well known and long-established, and enjoys an excellent reputation for the quality of provision on offer. The owners offer a variety of entertainment options from local artists, quiz nights and karaoke all adding to the lively and popular pub scene. With an excellent reputation for food as evidenced on various review sights, there is no doubt that the sale of the Havelock offers an exciting opportunity. The business currently trades year-round, with the majority of trade occurring during the main tourist season (April to October). The subjects are substantial and spacious, offering guests an exceptional relaxing standard of accommodation, within both the modern bar and restaurant areas. The 5 en-suite letting bedrooms are all of a high standard. With external patio areas and beer garden for al fresco dining with views over the Moray Firth, and expansive amenity space, the hotel affords guests the opportunity to relax outside making the most of the space and location.

Nairn is an attractive, residential seaside town with a population of over 11,000. With its stunning ‘blue flag’ beaches and two challenging championship golf courses the town has a large influx of visitors throughout the year. Nairn boasts extensive facilities; an excellent indoor swimming complex, a sports centre and an array of social and welfare facilities. The Moray Firth is renowned for its aquatic life, especially its dolphin population which can be observed from commercial boat trips. Nairn is in easy reach of a wide range of visitor attractions such as Distilleries, Cawdor Castle and Culloden Battlefield. Nairn also attracts a significant number of visitors to its Highland Games and Farmers Show in the summer months. The Hotel is situated close to the centre of town, and within 5 minutes’ walk of the extensive beaches which run for miles along the coast. The Havelock enjoys an interesting history, it was once the summer house of the Emir of India. The house is named after Major General Sir Henry Havelock, who was a much-admired English general. His statue is in Trafalgar Square in London. Closer to home the town offers a wide range of shops and services. Schooling is offered for all ages at both primary and secondary level, with Nairn Academy boasting a good record of achievement.

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The business has a licence under the Licencing Scotland Act 2005 and a copy of the operating plan is available to interested parties, which details operating practices. The closing licencing hours are 1am all days expect Sunday when it is 12am.

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This was last updated on 21/03/2024