Concentrating on the individual needs and requirements of all our guests, at the Claymore House Hotel, we pride ourselves on being able to give you that little bit more which sets us apart.
From arrival to departure be assured that the friendly staff will do their utmost to make your stay everything that you want it to be.
For the businessman we have full typing, fax and email facilities at your disposal. Conferences for up to 35 delegates can be managed to your individual specification and rates can include food and accommodation. Our in-house conference facility includes flip-chart, over-head projector and video (VHS) capability. Other presentation equipment can be organised if required.
Whatever your sport…
it’s sport for all
Whatever your sporting interest, we are pretty certain we can cater for you. With a list of activities far too numerous to mention them all, but with our specialist knowledge of the area, we can (and have) organised some outstanding events for our guest who have been more than satisfied.
There’s fishing, boating, swimming, tennis, skiing, golf (with many courses in easy reach), off road driving, shooting, walking, bird watching, badminton and much more …. there’s even ‘Nessie’ watching if it takes your fancy!
There’s so much to do we challenge anyone to take a sporting break at the Claymore – you’ll go back better and fitter.
With over 25 golf courses within one hour to suit all standards and budgets Nairn is without doubt the capital of Golf’s Northern Mecca.
All arrangements will be made and you will receive your own personal itinerary. Rely on our experience to guide you through the golfing break of a life time.
Ask about our FREE Golf offers and discount packages, group rates and tuition inclusive breaks.
Royal Dornoch: British Amateur 1985, Home Internationals 1980, Northern Open 1984/94, Scottish Ladies 1996. Currently ranked 15th in the world.
Nairn Dunbar: Scottish Girls 1989, Northern Open 1990/93, Scottish Youth 1992, British Amateur Qualifying 1994.
Nairn: Professional Invitation 1895, British Amateur 1994, Walker Cup 1999.
And a plethora of other courses including Moray Old, Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Elgin, Boat of Garten & Grantown on Spey all within easy reach.