Sunday, August 01, 2010

Nairn 2010 (Dolphins inculded)

A video from Youtube entitled simply 'Nairn 2010', looks very much like images from a family holiday based in Nairn. Quite often it seems to be amateur efforts that do much more than any official publicity to capture just what a great place Nairn is (wet or dry).

And here's another video from Youtube, showing a walk to the West Beach

A quick google reveals that Dolphin View Cottage has its own website. Here's what they say about Nairn on that page (nice picture of deer on the beach too):

'Nairn is a Victorian seaside town which boasts 2 championship golf course, 2 sandy beaches, the river Nairn with fabulous fishing and the Links with its children's playground & paddling pool, a bandstand & cricket pitch. It has a public swimming pool, museums, shops, parks, many places of interest and a host of events all summer, including the famous Nairn Games which take place on the Links every August (Sat 21st August 2010). Nairn Highland Games 2010
A travelling funfair visits Nairn Links for two weeks in August, culminating on Nairn Games Day. Nairn also hosts an annual Jazz Festival in August (not 2010), with many International acts at affordable prices in venues around the town. There are so many restaurants and cafes within Nairn you could eat out at a different place every day.
It's is an ideal base for families, golfers, fishermen or walkers, with so many places of interest within a short drive. There are castle trails, whisky trails and walking trails from easy to extreme, all within easy reach. '
That's correct folks, all that and much much more, why not give Nairn a try for your holidays or a short break this year?


bucket and spade said...

Interesting to see what folk choose to see in and around Nairn, the family seemed to enjoy Nairn despite the rain in some shots

I reckon the dolphin boat trips will be missed by many Nairn tourists now that it's based in Inverness

growtosow said...

what a great advert for nairn it was well done some nice shots and dolphins as well. hope lots of folk have a look at this and see what nairn has too offer.