- Very Good
- 19 guest reviews
"The room was ok but really could be doing with refurbishing. The breakfast and dinner was excellent...."
"Enjoyed my short stay! Exactly as I expected, warm welcome (not over the top) The room was very comfortable, I would definitely choose this..."
"Clean room, comfortable bed, good shower, good welcome - can't ask for more than that..."
"I had to book a room in Nairn last minute and this hotel was by far the cheapest which proves to me they are not ripping off their customers..."
"staff are really friendly and helpful didn't sample the breakfast because of work commitments, but the evening meal in the attached restau..."
About the hotel
Located in the West End of Nairn, The Aurora Hotel is adjacent to the A96, running from Inverness to the West and Aberdeen to the East. The hotel is close to all the local amenities including the town centre, award winning beach, harbour, championship golf courses and the local leisure centre whose facilities include a swimming pool, gym and squash courts. When staying at the Aurora you can be assured of a warm welcome and comfortable surroundings with the added bonus of the personal attention of the resident proprietors.
At the Aurora we aim to ensure that all our guests can relax, feel at home and enjoy their stay, whether business or pleasure and however long or short. Overseas visitors can feel at home too, we speak several languages including Italian, Spanish & Portuguese and are happy to try new ones too. The seaside town of Nairn nestles on the south shore of the Moray Firth and enjoys unique views of the mysterious Black Isle. All of our 8 bedrooms are tastefully decorated and have en-suite facilities, colour television and central heating. We also have a private car park at the rear of the hotel.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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79% would recommend it to a friend
The room was ok but really could be doing with refurbishing.
The breakfast and dinner was excellent.
Worst hotel I've stayed at in years -
On the good side dinner and breakfast were fine.
The restaurant service was efficient and the welcome couldn't be criticised. But Oh Dear!. I suppose the (un)welcome aroma of manure on the garden or garden nearby was a warning. The accommodation and décor was seemingly put together by a colour blind, diy enthusiast, on a budget of pounds, several decades ago and it has never been maintained since. Every carpet was threadbare, stained or otherwise wrecked, and every bit was probably a remnant. The furniture looked like stock rejected by a second hand shop - this is no exaggeration. Fitted wardrobes didn't. Everything was grubby, blinds were dusty, radiators rusty and needless to say did not deliver heat. Ok, it was technically still summer so the central heating was switched off. The conservatory type dining room desperately needed repairs and this is definitely the first time I've seen varnished chipboard used as a floor covering - I had to stop and gawp. The bedroom was cold, and there was no attempt to provide a heater when asked. I kept the bathroom single bar 1970 wall heater on all night to take the chill off. Every piece of wallpaper in the entire hotel is peeling. No bulb was greater than 40W. Amazing to find that a hotel like this still exists in Scotland. A review elsewhere says that to criticise this hotel means you need to get life (sic). I suggest that if you think it is any good, you haven't lived. Do it up and it could be a good place, but from other reviews it seems it has always been like this and renovation is not part of the business plan. I usually stay at the Newton - unfortunately it was full.