Hotels in Inverness



Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is the springboard to explore the beautiful and isolated Highlands of Scotland. Most tourists do not make it as far as Inverness or further north, but Inverness has much to offer.

 

 

There’s less tourist fluff to Inverness, the people are warm and friendly, and the city comes alive after dark with a now burgeoning music scene. Some of the world’s most famous music stars have deemed it worthy to visit Inverness, so it must be doing something right.

Inverness is only a short drive from Culloden, the famous battle-field and scene of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s ultimate defeat in 1746. The restaurants in Inverness are also punching above the cities weight, and you will find an eclectic mix of locally produced food and tastefully prepared international fare. It is also very easy to hop on a boat in Inverness and take a trip up Loch Ness, visiting Castle Urquhart on the way.

Inverness has a excellent range of accommodation, particularly at the mid to upper level. You can find some real traditional Scottish gems in Inverness hotels that will make you feel right at home. The Ramada Inverness has great views out over the river, as does The Glenmoriston Townhouse Hotel, or for a traditional style and warm welcome try the Craigmonie Hotel.