Holidays at Lovat Lodge are special; We have a well earned reputation for looking after friends old and new
You’ll be comfortable and made to feel right at home, whether you want some company or just time with yourself. The staff here know how to be discreet and can tell whether you’re up for a chat or simply left to your own devices.
There’s everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing time.
There’s a complimentary early morning tea service. Of course there’s everything you require in your room to make your own tea or coffee, but isn’t it nicer to have someone bring you your morning cuppa?
The bathrooms have showers, predominantly cubicled, walk in showers. Some rooms are specially equipped with showers for those of you who use wheelchairs. Naturally, the hotel can offer you the use of wheelchairs for shower use.
Toilets can be set at a comfortable height with raised toilet seats. There are grab rails and hand holds in the showers and next to the toilets.
And just in case, each room has an emergency alarm so you can summon help quickly if you need to.
The rates for 7 day half board holidays 2013 are below.
Many regular guests travel alone, or prefer a single room if traveling with friends. It’s good to know that there are no single supplements for holidays at Lovat Lodge Hotel.
We really are the friend of the solo traveler!
For getting about and exploring Nairn the hotel can provide free use of rollators and electric scooters, or you can choose to use one of our manual or electric wheelchairs.
If you’d like a little pampering, we can arrange for hairdressing, aromatherapy, beauty treatment or a chiropodist at very reasonable prices.
Tours from Lovat Lodge can include visits to the best the North of Scotland has to offer, all in the comfort of a wheelchair accessible coach!
Tours run every week throughout the Summer.
The Black Isle Your day tour includes visits to the Clootie Well, Chanonry Point in the hope of seeing the world famous Moray Firth Dolphins (there is nowhere else in the world you’ll get so close in the wild), picturesque Rosemarkie and historic Cromarty.
Dornoch and the Falls of Shin Noted for sandy beaches and a wonderful links golf course, the Royal Burgh of Dornoch is a historic, pretty town set in beautiful scenery. The Falls of Shin features a salmon leap and a fascinating visitor centre.
Speyside and “the Whisky Trail”, including a visit to a distillery.
There are also opportunities to visit the Heather Centre, the Spey Valley Smokehouse at Cromdale, the Strathspey Steam Railway and the Cairngorm Funicular Railway.
Banff and Macduff, through the fishing towns of Portsoy, Cullen and Buckie and a visit to Seaworld.
Or a shorter, more leisurely trip to Brodie Castle and Brodie duck pond.
Loch Ness – a cruise on the loch. Or if you prefer a journey down Loch Ness to Fort Augustus via Urquhart Castle.
Beauly and a visit to the popular Moniack Winery.
Ullapool – A journey through stunning west Highland scenery, with a stop at Blackwater Falls.
(These are examples of what you can see, itineraries may vary due to local circumstances, please check with the hotel on arrival)
There are regular comfort stops throughout the day. You can choose to eat along the way or you can order a lovely packed lunch from the hotel.
(tours are not included in your holiday price)