Welcome to Highland Homestays
Situated on the Moray Firth in Nairn, Scotland, UK
25km from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands
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Welcome to your homestay in the Highlands
Nairn, Scotland, United Kingdom: A homestay in Nairn, in the Highlands, allows you to relax whilst learning or improving English at the same time. You will stay in a spacious bright sunny room in our 19th century cottage right on the edge of the beach with all the facilities of a coastal town on your doorstep. Enjoy breakfast in the sunny conservatory before commencing lessons.
In the summer relax on the patio or in the winter by our log fire in the living room.Explore the Highlands,visit historic castles or a whisky distillery.
Type of Programme
B.Ed Teaching Certificate (Primary)
CTEFLA (Adults)Post Graduate Certificate In Multi Lingual Education (Primary and Secondary)
I have 25 years experience in teaching with 15 of these years as a teacher of English as a Foreign language. I have taught bilingual learners in primary and secondary schools as well as adults in English language schools and homestay programmes. I have lived in Australia and have welcomed students into my home to learn English both in Australia and in Scotland.
Excursions and Local Attractions
Welcome to Nairn in the Scottish Highlands, 16 miles from Inverness. Nairn has long been famed for its two championship golf courses and its position as a top Highland golfing centre has been enhanced with the Scottish Open coming to the area in July.
Apart from golf, Nairn is an excellent base for exploring the Scottish Highlands. Whilst enjoying a stay in Nairn we might also visit Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Inverness or Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness.
Our cottage is right on the links beside the sea and you might see the famous Moray Firth dolphins. It is a great spot for a stroll along the beach or around the quaint houses of the fishertown. Nairn is also a great base for walking or cycling around Nairnshire. Further East in Moray you will find the Speyside whisky trail which is right on our doorstep, or visit the towns of Forres and Elgin.
The Nairn Highland games takes place in late August every year and is a great event to watch.