Sir Nicholas Haute (20 September 1357–c.1415) was an English politician.
Haute was the son of Sir Edmund Haute and his wife, Benedicta Shelving. His stepfather was the MP Thomas Uvedale. His first wife was Alice Couen, the daughter of MP Thomas Couen from Ightham, near Sevenoaks, Kent. Alice was a widow, and together they had four sons. One, William Haute, became Member of Parliament for Kent. He married secondly Eleanor Flambard (d. 29 March 1422), widow of Walter Tyrrell, and daughter and heir of Edmund Flambard of Shepreth, Cambridgeshire, by whom she was the mother of Sir John Tyrrell, Speaker of the House of Commons.
The Hautes were well established in the areas of Waltham and Petham, near Canterbury, Kent. Haute's brother Edmund was also Sheriff of Kent in 1408.
In 1395, he was elected MP for Kent and in 1396 appointed Sheriff of Kent. He was a tax collector for Kent from 1404.
The last record of his being alive is from 1415, when he was in the company of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, the brother of Henry V of England, as they prepared to conquer France. By April 1417, his eldest son, the MP William Haute, had inherited the family's lands.