Inverness Royal Highland Hotel

The Inverness Royal Hotel Offers 86 unique, quiet, and comfortable bedrooms of different shapes and sizes, overlooking the stunning Inverness city centre. The character of each room is the legacy of the original Victorian design

Inverness Corriegarth Hotel

The Corriegarth Hotel is situated in the heart of the residential Crown area of Inverness, just 5 minutes walk from the High Street, Eastgate Centre, and Inverness train and bus stations. They have 9 beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms, a cozy restaurant and a vibrant bar with sports on TV. Serving freshly prepared food all day making sure that you won't be hungry or thirsty on your visit.

Loch Ness Clansman Hotel

The Loch Ness Clansman is the only hotel on the banks of Loch Ness. You will wake up to the most stunning of views and enjoy a taste of Scotland whilst keeping watch for an elusive dinner guest in their panoramic restaurant that looks over Loch Ness.

Interesting Facts About Inverness

Helen Mirren got married just outside Inverness

Helen Mirren married her film director husband in a small parish church in Ardersier – a small village on the Moray Firth near Fort George. Ardersier is approximately 11 miles outside of Inverness and is a great base for dolphin spotting.

Ben Nevis (Britain’s highest peak) is in Inverness-shire

This mighty mountain stands at 1,345 metres (4,406 feet) above sea level and it attracts over 1000 walkers every year. If you are short on time, but want to see this iconic mountain, you could take a trip on the legendary West Highland Railway.

Loch Ness holds more fresh water than all the lakes in England and Wales combined

You can visit this magnificent body of water on your visit to Inverness.

Inverness Castle is the site where Macbeth murdered King Duncan

In Shakespeare’s play, Inverness Castle (as it was before the Jacobite uprising) was the site where Macbeth murdered King Duncan. It features a few times in the play and it is also where Macbeth’s descent into madness started.

Inverness Is A Must Visit With it's Stunning Scenery

Inverness is known as ‘The Capital of the Highlands’ and is a great base for travellers wishing to explore the Scottish Highlands

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