Auldearn Visitor Information Guide
During your visit to Auldearn you can enjoy some of the outdoor activities associated with the Nairnshire area these range from fishing in River Findhorn to rambling on one of the many tracks available, (you can select tracks from our menu to view the walks available)
Auldearn, is a small village 3 miles to the east of Nairn where, in I 645, the decisive Battle of Auldearn was fought between the Duke of Montrose and the Scottish Covenanting forces.
Aludern offers a variety off Bed & Breakfast accommodation to suit most budgets and requirements.
- Auldearn: Postcode IV12
- Auldearn: 57.5762° N Longitude: 3.8017° W
- Auldearn: WOEID 11425
Three of the defeated Covenanters are remembered by a monument in the north porch of Auldearn Church. An unusual structure, the Boath Dovecot, stands on the motte which is all that remains of the I2th-century royal castle.
Owners can advertise there Auldearn Holiday accommodation free.