Inverness Accommodation Guide - quality accommodation in Inverness for holiday or business travel. Scotlands Inverness accommodation options include hotels, lodges, guest houses, camping, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation including holiday homes and apartment rentals. Whatever your Scottish Inverness accommodation requirements we will help you find the right place.
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Places to stay
Hotels and Inns
Bed & Breakfast - Guesthouse
Self Catering and Cottages
Camping Caravan Hostel
Welcome to Inverness Scotland
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Accommodation in and around Inverness
Price Guide - per person based on sharing room: under $40 - $41 - 70 - more than $70
Travel by road
Regular buses link Inverness with other Highland communities and express coaches run to the main cities of Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom.
Food and drink
The Highlands of Scotland are internationally renowned for quality produce whose wealth and diversity is celebrated in our Highland Feast each autumn. Our salmon, venison, game and seafood are welcomed throughout the world, along with our whisky which you can see being made in a selection of nearby distilleries. It doesn't stop there as we also have a good range of traditional Highland cheeses, locally brewed beers and even a local wine or two.
Inverness can provide you with a range of eating experiences – some traditional, some international but all offering the highest quality in food, drink and service. From a snack to a castle banquet, it’s all available in Inverness.
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Explore the city
When visiting our area be sure to check out our zebra crossings! The four legged ones that is - you'll find them at a wildlife park near Inverness. It can be a jungle out there - so earn your stripes and go zebra spotting with the family!
History and heritage
Robert the Bruce, of spider fame, seized the first of the city's five castles from English forces in 1307 and, in 1562, Mary Queen of Scots had the Governor of Inverness Castle hanged for refusing her entry to the Burgh. Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite troops were defeated in the famous Battle of Culloden - the last battle on British soil - in 1746. Thereafter, Fort George - now considered the finest 18th century fort in Europe - was established just outside the city.
In 1822 the spectacular Caledonian Canal was completed by Thomas Telford, linking Inverness to the west coast of Scotland. In 1921 Inverness Town House hosted a historic meeting of the British Cabinet- the only Cabinet meeting of the British Government ever held outside London. A momentous day for Inverness came in 2001 when it was formally declared Scotland's newest city. For more information about this historic city, visit or contact Inverness Museum where a wealth of information awaits you.
Inverness Riverside Churches
Kirking of the Council
Round and about
The local Tourist Information Centres can give you information on the many places to visit in and around Inverness and where to stay. Historical and cultural attractions are popular and include the large battlefield and visitor centre at Culloden, the historic Caledonian Canal and Clava Cairns, a fascinating archaeological site. Leaflets are available describing in detail these and many other ancient sites.
You'll find a range of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets in our friendly city. And you'll find the people who provide it are enthusiastic about offering you the very best of highland hospitality. Be it in a Bacpackers Hostel, self-catering establishment, Youth Hostel,a Guest House, a B&B or one of many small hotels or four star luxury establishments in and around the city.
If you're looking for cosmopolitan convenience then the larger hotel groups can provide a range of packages to suit. Alternatively, you may prefer to be treated like one of the family by one of our smaller operators. They'll be only too happy to cosset you during your stay with us. The choice is yours. For a short break, weekend break, city break, a break with tradition or even a break from the norm, you'll find us all very accommodating when you choose to visit inverness.
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