Inverness cottages

Inverness is a city that manages to blend its history and culture seamlessly with its new and vibrant city centre. Situated on the banks of the River Ness, this scenic city is the ideal base if you wish to strike out into the surrounding Highland countryside. Relax in a riverside cafe or restaurant, or scour the shops which are a mix of independent and brand retail outlets. Hop on a cruise down the Caledonian Canal to Loch Ness, and along with trying to find Nessie, grab your binoculars and try to find bottle-nosed dolphins from Chanonry Point. Stride out into heather-covered Highlands either on foot or by bike, and enjoy all the wondrous scenery this region has to offer. Discover this area at your own pace from one of our Inverness cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Inverness


Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, offers a mix of historical sites, natural beauty, and cultural attractions. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Inverness:

  1. Inverness Castle: Explore Inverness Castle, an iconic red sandstone structure overlooking the city and the River Ness. While you can't enter the castle, its exterior and surroundings offer great photo opportunities.

  2. Loch Ness: Discover the legendary Loch Ness, known for the mythical Loch Ness Monster. Take a boat tour to explore the stunning lake and its historic Urquhart Castle.

  3. Culloden Battlefield: Visit Culloden Battlefield, the site of the historic Battle of Culloden in 1746. Explore the visitor centre, learn about the Jacobite uprising, and walk the battlefield to pay respects.

  4. Ness Islands: Stroll along the Ness Islands, a series of islands connected by footbridges in the River Ness. Enjoy a peaceful walk amidst nature, just steps away from the city centre.

  5. Inverness Cathedral: Admire Inverness Cathedral, also known as St. Andrew's Cathedral, a striking Gothic-style church with beautiful stained glass windows and intricate architecture.

Bonus: Take a scenic drive along the North Coast 500 route, explore nearby historical sites like Urquhart Castle and Fort George, or venture into the nearby Cairngorms National Park for outdoor activities like hiking and wildlife spotting.

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