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Great base for a trip to Inverness. Great location. Lovely hotel nice rooms and the breakfast was beautiful. Lovely and fresh and staff did a great job of keeping things fresh and clearing tables in the dining room.
Holiday Inn Express Inverness£71Holiday Inn Express Inverness£71
Great location right on the river, friendly staff and nice breakfast choice. Let down by a terrible mattress with a huge sag in the middle that really should have been spotted and replaced ages ago.
Glen Mhor Hotel£72Glen Mhor Hotel£72
Excellent service, great food - freshly prepared. Lovely spa with a decent swimming pool, steam room and sauna.My wife loved the treatment she had in the spa (and at a sensible price)
Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa£74Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa£74
Close to town centre, plenty of places to eat near by. Good value, well frequented.
Ardross and Glencairn Guest House£51Ardross and Glencairn Guest House£51
I was sharing a bathroom, only once was this inconvenient. The venue for my activity was Spectrum Centre: which is nearby. The plug in the tiny handbasin, did not seal properly; otherwise this was more user friendly than most accommodations.
Waverley Guest House£39Waverley Guest House£39
Welcoming staff. Comfortable room. Missing the finer details - Bedside lamps and small lights not working. Nice breakfast however the waiter hovered around the table throughout breakfast making it feel awkward
Kyle Hotel£75Kyle Hotel£75
There are few places in the world that can offer the mix of scenic beauty, cultural history, and delicious food and drink that you’ll find scattered throughout the Scottish Highlands, all of which makes this region a unique and thrilling place to get away to.
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The Highlands offer-up some of the UK’s most stunning beaches, and a trip to the famous golden sands of Nairn Beach in Nairn is a perfect way to simply relax on a sunny day or to explore the Moray Firth by boat or through scuba diving.
Anyone who has heard of Scotland is well aware of the fame of the country’s Scotch Whisky, and there is no better way to get a taste of the Highlands’ finest than by hopping on the Malt Whisky Trail. Have a wee dram at the Speyside Cooperage, or at one of the famed Highland distilleries.
Book your trip to the Highlands now and discover the rich cultural history and natural wonders of this famed part of the country.