Moving to Nairn
When moving to Nairn you will find Nairn is a fishing port and market town in the Highland area of Scotland. Located approximately 16 miles from Inverness. It falls within the county of Nairnshire.
Removals Companies In Nairn
If you are looking to move to Nairn and searching for house removal companies Nairn, White & Company have been based in the area for over 145 years and provide a full removals & storage solution. As founder members of BAR, FIDI & OMNI White & Company can provide for a local move, anywhere in the UK, Europe or international destination.
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- Sat 09:00 – 12:00
- Sun Closed
Travel Connections & House Removals Nairn
Travelling to Nairn by train you will see that Nairn has its own train station with two more stations nearby: Forres (8 miles) and Invergordon (14 miles). If you need to travel by air, the closest airports will be: Inverness Airport (8 miles), Aberdeen Airport (66 miles) and Oban Airport (97 miles).
Where is Nairn
The map below shows the location for Nairn
Property prices if Moving to Nairn
Over the past 12 months, property values have shown a rise of 4.64%. The average asking price is currently at £188,000. Detached homes are on the market for around £255,000, semi-detached homes for £156,000 and terraced homes are selling for around £138,000.
Local Council if Moving to Nairn
If you are planning to move to Nairn, and need information on schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, council planning permission meetings are held on a regular basis. Simply contact: highland.gov.uk
Local Schools if Moving to Nairn
Millbank Primary School
Auldearn Primary School
Nairn Academy (2 miles)
Forres Academy (8 miles)
Fortrose Academy (11 miles)
Moray Firth School (6 miles)
Black Isle Education Centre (12 miles)
Drummond School (17 miles)
Leisure if Moving to Nairn
Book a room at the “Bandstand” Hotel it is one of the finest locations in Nairn from which to appreciate the beauty of Nairn beach and the Moray Firth. The accommodation is good. The dining room has a huge expanse of windows so you can really enjoy the stunning views whilst you dine. If you are lucky you may seethe Bottlenose dolphins swimming off shore. With a gastro pub feel, a friendly atmosphere, great food and reasonable rates, you cannot go wrong.
If you enjoy golf, you are really spoilt for choice in Scotland. There are a number of golf courses and Nairn is one of Scotland’s premier golfing resorts, it boasts 2 championship golf courses and another 20 within easy reach (Royal Dornoch an hours drive), which has two fine links courses.
Fringed by the famous Nairn Golf Club to the west and the popular Dunbar Golf Club in the east, the town is one of the Highland’s most attractive resorts for keen golfers.
Cable and Phone Connections if Moving to Nairn
If you’re moving to Nairn, and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit: http://www.cable.co.uk/
Travel Connections if Moving to Nairn
Travelling to Nairn by train you will see that Nairn has its own train station with two more stations nearby: Forres (8 miles) and Invergordon (14 miles).
If you need to travel by air, the closest airports will be: Inverness Airport (8 miles), Aberdeen Airport (66 miles) and Oban Airport (97 miles)
Domestic Removals If Moving To Nairn
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