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Inverness. Though it is the capital of the Highlands, the first impression of Inverness is that of a modern town with little evidence of its history. As a meeting point of Highland and Lowland, it was a place of conflict. Clan Donald is said to have burned the town at least seven times, while Bonnie Prince Charlie`s forces destroyed the fort here in 1745.
Inverness today is modern and go-ahead The new extension to the Eastgate Centre, with its many High Street names, reflects the city`s important commercial role, while the refurbished Victorian Arcade nearby, with its smaller businesses, is a reminder of the continuity as well as the variety of Inverness shopping. The city also has an excellent selection of pubs, restaurants and late-night venues.
Minutes from Inverness, the Culloden visitor centre vividly tells the story of the defeat of the Jacobite forces led by Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1746. The impressive Clava Cairns date from around 3000BC and make another interesting excursion from Inverness.
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9-12 Ness Bank, Inverness IV2 4SG Fax: 01463 7131170
Property type: Country House Hotel
The Glen Mhor Hotel & Restaurants are situated in a beautiful, tranquil location on the River Ness right in the heart of Inverness.
To get to the Glen Mhor: Proceed to Inverness City Centre. Follow the signs to Dores (B862). The Glen Mhor is on the South bank of the River Ness, below the Castle.
Distance from path: End of Route
5 single ensuite rooms
18 double ensuite rooms
18 twin ensuite rooms
4 family ensuite rooms
Last updated: 8/26/2016
4 Gordon Terrace, Inverness Inverness-Shire IV2 3HD
Property type: Guesthouse
A warm welcome awaits you at Craigside Lodge Guesthouse. This relaxed family run property boasts an unrivalled location right in the heart of Inverness with panoramic views over Inverness Castle and the River Ness with distant hills and mountains beyond.
All of our bedrooms are en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen digital televisions, complimentary Scottish toiletries and mineral water, hairdryers and free wireless broadband. Our dining room provides a delicious breakfast with cereals, fruit, fresh fruit juices and homemade preserves with the option of a hot cooked breakfast made from locally sourced products where possible.
Fairfield Lodge is in a quiet residential area only a 10 minute walk from Inverness city centre and all its amenities and transport links. The rooms have all been recently refurbished and offer comfortable and modern facilities whilst retaining the charm and character of a Victorian villa.
Distance from path: End of route
1 single ensuite room
2 double ensuite rooms
2 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 9/23/2015
43 Charles Street , Inverness Inverness IV2 3AH
Property type: B & B
Carbisdale is a charming Victorian terraced house built in the late 19th century. The house has been tastefully refurbished retaining many original features and offers guests quality accommodation at affordable prices. Located in a quiet residential area, just above the city centre, Carbisdale is a 3-4 minute walk from the shopping pedestrian precinct, Inverness Castle and the River Ness. Carbisdale enjoys a high proportion of repeat business due to the comfort, ambience and high standard of cleanliness which is maintained throughout. Enjoy your breakfast in our spacious dining room overlooking the garden. We have an extensive menu based on local quality produce. Wherever possible our produce is fair-trade and/or organic. Fresh home-made bread and jam will be made available when possible. Vegetarian and vegan friendly
A warm welcome awaits you at An Airidh Guest House
All of the comfortable bedrooms provide TV and are equipped with tea and coffee facilities and we are sure your stay will be a memorable one. We can guarantee you a warm and friendly service as well as an excellent breakfast menu.
Placed only 10 minutes walk from the city centre, let An Airidh become your 'home' in the heart of the highlands.
Property type: Guesthouse Accreditations: Scottish Tourist Board 3 star
Gordon and Catriona Barbour will look after you personally from the minute you arrive until you leave.Being locals we know the area well and we have taken most of the tours and visited the attractions.We take a professional pride in what we do and above all we love to meet new people from all parts of the world whether on business or pleasure in the area.
Location and supplementary information[view map] The Crown is just a few minutes walk from the city centre yet is in a quiet residential street. The location is ideal for reaching tours, shops, restaurants and attractions and the rail and bus stations are just five minutes walk away.