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Great Glen Way Cycle

Mile 73

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, although there are some attractive Victoria buildings including the French inspired cathedral and the little Suspension bridges across the River Ness. 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 city 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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  • Property type: De Luxe Hotel

Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa

8 Ness Walk, Inverness-shire, IV3 5NG - Great Glen Way Cycle

Enjoy the Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa. Nestled on the banks of the River Ness, opposite Inverness Castle, the Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa offers a collection of Victorian properties and a modern garden cottage just a few steps from Inverness city centre. Dating back to the 1890’s, the Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel presents the period architecture in both properties with a contemporary style. An elegant Brasserie, Bar and lounges, completely refurbished 10 at the Palace and the only Inverness river side hotel with a superb Leisure Club & Spa.

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  • Property type: Guesthouse

Market Brae Guesthouse

15 Ardconnel Street, Inverness, Inverness, IV2 3EU - Great Glen Way Cycle

Situated in a central but quiet residential area in Inverness. The Market Brae Guest House offers quality, en-suite B&B accommodation affordable prices. Close to Inverness Castle and the River Ness, it is the perfect base to explore the city, as it is only a two minute walk from the city centre and is conveniently near the train and bus stations.

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Fairfield Lodge, Inverness
  • Property type: B & B

Fairfield Lodge

39 Fairfield Road, Inverness, Inverness, IV3 5QD - Great Glen Way Cycle

Located in a quiet residential area only a 10 minute walk from Inverness city centre and all its amenities and transport links. The rooms and facilities have been upgraded offering guests modern comforts while maintaining the charm of a Victorian villa. Easy access to all road/rail/flight networks and an excellent base from which to explore all that the glorious Highlands and its capital have to offer. Well positioned for visitors on a cycling or walking holiday with ample off road parking and garage facilities.

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