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Inverness

The Highland city of Inverness provides visitors with a true Scottish experience, made complete by the city’s outstanding character and history, the stunning surrounding landscape and the exceptional local produce on offer throughout the city. Known as ‘the capital of the Highlands’ visitors are drawn here by the areas wonderful heritage and close location to a number of unique and enchanting visitor attractions. The city is small enough to be explored on foot, yet large enough to give you ample choices for dining, with a selection of restaurants, pubs and bars to choose from. Visitors will also enjoy the range of historical and cultural attractions on offer, from the surrounding castles, to battlefields and cathedrals.

We love Inverness because...

  • Stunning landscape
  • Legend of Nessie
  • Iconic castle ruins
Hotels in Inverness
Inverness-Breaks holiday-Columba Hotel Inverness
Columba Hotel, Inverness
Ness Walk Inverness IV3 5NF

Visit the 4 star Columba to experience their lovely guestrooms, impressive restaurant, traditional settings, delightful views and relaxed atmosphere.

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£193.00pp
Columba Hotel, Inverness
Ness Walk Inverness IV3 5NF

Visit the 4 star Columba to experience their lovely guestrooms, impressive restaurant, traditional settings, delightful views and relaxed atmosphere.

Inverness-Breaks weekend-Macdonald Drumossie Hotel
Macdonald Drumossie Hotel
Old Perth Road Inverness IV2 5BE

The Drumossie is one of the best-placed hotels in the Scottish Highlands. It’s close to Inverness though far enough way that you can really appreciate the rugged landscape.

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£144.00pp
Macdonald Drumossie Hotel
Old Perth Road Inverness IV2 5BE

The Drumossie is one of the best-placed hotels in the Scottish Highlands. It’s close to Inverness though far enough way that you can really appreciate the rugged landscape.

Inverness-Breaks holiday-Best Western Palace Hotel and Spa
Best Western Palace Hotel and Spa
8 Ness Walk Inverness IV3 5NG

A delightful 19th century Victorian mansion house - staying here is a delight.

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Best Western Palace Hotel and Spa
8 Ness Walk Inverness IV3 5NG

A delightful 19th century Victorian mansion house - staying here is a delight.

Inverness-Breaks outing-Kingsmills Hotel
Kingsmills Hotel
Culcabock Road Inverness IV2 3LP

Kingsmills Hotel is a 4 star resort hotel set in incredible natural scenic beauty, within a city full of character and history.

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Kingsmills Hotel
Culcabock Road Inverness IV2 3LP

Kingsmills Hotel is a 4 star resort hotel set in incredible natural scenic beauty, within a city full of character and history.

Inverness-Breaks weekend-Mercure Inverness
Mercure Inverness
Church Street Inverness IV1 1DX

A city centre location coupled with enchanting views of the River Ness, Mercure Inverness Hotel is a modern, inviting hotel right at the heart of Inverness.

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Mercure Inverness
Church Street Inverness IV1 1DX

A city centre location coupled with enchanting views of the River Ness, Mercure Inverness Hotel is a modern, inviting hotel right at the heart of Inverness.

Inverness-Breaks holiday-The Royal Highland Hotel
The Royal Highland Hotel
Station Square 1 Academy Street Inverness IV1 1LG

Built in the 1850’s, guests can enjoy dining in the fashionable bar and bistro, take lunch in the Gallery Café or explore the city's delights.

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The Royal Highland Hotel
Station Square 1 Academy Street Inverness IV1 1LG

Built in the 1850’s, guests can enjoy dining in the fashionable bar and bistro, take lunch in the Gallery Café or explore the city's delights.

In and around Inverness

Urquhart Castle

This castle is one of the most dramatic in the Highlands and allows visitors to climb the steep Grant Tower for awe-inspiring views over Loch Ness and the surrounding landscape. Learn about the local history of the area through wonderful displays, replicas and artefacts – as well as the passionate staff.

Loch Ness

The most famous of lochs, this beautiful stretch of water is one of the largest bodies of water in the United Kingdom and has always held a special place of legend among the locals, with monster myths being propagated in the area since the 6th century. The outstanding scenery and mesmerizing landscape on show here has no doubt added to the legend, and visitors here often partake in walks around the area as well as ‘Nessie Watching”.

Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre

The climactic battle of the Jacobite rising of 1745 ended with Charles Edward Stuart being defeated by loyalist, William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland. This was the last set piece battle in the United Kingdom and ended the Jacobite uprising. The battle was decisive and resulted in between 1000 to 2000 Jacobite deaths within one hour. This fascinating centre stands upon the battlefield itself and features an interactive exhibition and a visitor centre, which explain the lead up to the battle and the gory details thereafter.

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