These are private houses offering a bed for the night and breakfast the next morning, hence the term “bed and breakfast” or B&B. Generally smaller and cheaper than hotels, they are known for their friendly welcomes and personal touches. If you’re searching for B&Bs and guest houses in and around Inverness, we can help.
A B&B is often a cheaper alternative to a hotel. Providing good budget accommodation overnight, usually with a choice of full continental or Scottish cooked breakfast in the morning. If you are an individual, couple or small group looking for an affordable stay in Inverness, this may be best choice for you.
Although there are also some luxury guest houses, which charge a higher rate and offer a few little touches to make your stay extra special. A good choice if you’re looking to treat yourself or celebrate an occasion.
The city of Inverness has plenty of B&Bs and guest houses on offer. As the capital of the Highlands, it is a great place to base yourself when visiting this beautiful area. Choosing a guest house in the city means you are close to local services such as shops, pubs and restaurants. While being on the doorstep of the vast and wild Scottish Highlands.
Alternatively, stay outside the city in one of our local villages or towns. The seaside resort of Nairn, or Fortrose in the Black Isle, for example, are both close by and popular with golfers. You’re still well-placed here to enjoy all the sights of the Inverness area, but in a more relaxed, laid-back atmosphere.
There are lots of B&Bs and guest houses around Loch Ness. Enjoy bed and breakfast accommodation in Fort Augustus, sitting right at the bottom of the loch and on the Caledonian Canal. A lovely, friendly village with great Loch Ness cruises and much to see and do. This is just one of the many villages to explore around our iconic and majestic loch.