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Preparing to take off on your Inverness holiday? Not sure what sorts of things to add to your travel programme? No need to stress — we'll give you a few handy hints.
Inverness Castle is an intriguing complex of history-filled rooms, corridors and halls. Take a peek, traipse across its grounds and learn a few things about this imposing building. Adventurers in this destination have a great range of options. Whether you're hunting for some groceries, new clothes or a last-minute gift, you'll discover it at Eastgate Shopping Centre. With plenty of stores in one area, get set to shop 'til you drop! Still have time to spare? The intimacy and mastery of theatre is hard to deny. Purchase your tickets for a performance at Eden Court Theatre to experience the magic for yourself!
Want to make some wonderful memories? A getaway is the perfect time to try your hand at a few cool new experiences.
Your trip to Inverness is about to get really exciting. There are heaps of things to do, such as:
Check out the Inverness things to do page for a full list.
You can expect a huge variety of accommodation when you travel to Inverness. With no less than 51 properties available, it won't be too difficult securing a cosy place for your next luxury getaway or cheap holiday.
It's not every week you get to go on holiday, so why not treat yourself to a few nights in a deluxe room at the Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant (14 Culduthel Road) or the Culloden House Hotel (Culloden)? With five-star service and first-class amenities, you'll feel like royalty! Alternatively, the City Guesthouse (36 Ardconnel Street) and the Inverness Tourist Hostel (24 Rose Street) are two accommodation worth looking into if you're after a bargain.
No one loves wasting time at the airport. But it's worth it when you think about the trip that's waiting for you! Based 7 miles northeast of Inverness, Inverness Airport (INV) is the most convenient terminal.
This property was a nice "glamping" facility, nice shower, great view of Lochness. WIFI was down at the hostile/public area so not terribly convenient, but it was a nice cabin with satellite TV and we booked at the last minute.
The property was conveniently placed in Inverness. We did have an issue with the washroom, it did have a rather small shower - which is fine but the issue was the shower wasn’t draining whenever we used it.
What a special place! I stayed 2 nights at Culloden House, and look forward to going back again one day. The history of this estate and its region is so interesting, and they’ve managed to provide all of the modern conveniences of a hotel experience with the grace and character of another time. I ...
Right in the town. Lift access. Very comfortable and modern with excellent facilities. Way walking to everything with cafes, pubs etc nearby.
Well equipped, immaculately kept cottages. Great base for exploring the surrounding areas and for a quiet getaway. Second time here and would definitely visit again.
This hotel has an amazing location and a fantastic breakfast. The only thing that could be improved is the coffee. It was some of the worst coffee I have ever tried and it tasted like it was brewed with dirty socks.
This was a lovely homely hotel. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The food was very good with a great choice for breakfast. We would definitely stay at this hotel again if we stay in Inverness. We really enjoyed our stay.