Inverness holidays and places to stay

Inverness is an ideal base for holidays in the Scottish Highlands. It’s a beautiful and historic city with great shops, bars and restaurants. Located right on the doorstep of the Highlands, with its spectacular scenery, amazing places to explore and fun things to do.

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Hotels, B&Bs, guest houses and hostels

Choose from a range of quality accommodation in the city. If you’re looking for a room, we have great options for individuals, couples and families. Search luxury and budget hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and also backpackers’ hostels in Inverness. There’s something for everyone.

Inverness self-catering properties

For those that prefer a home-from-home environment, the Inverness area offers fantastic self-catering holiday homes. With luxury lodges, pretty cottages, romantic cabins, family apartments and so much more. Here, you’ll have more space, freedom and flexibility.

Camping, glamping and caravanning

There are plenty of campsites close to the city, for lovers of the outdoors. This is a good, affordable accommodation option. Pitch a tent, hire a glamping pod or bring your own caravan, campervan or motorhome. Campsites and caravan parks have great onsite facilities to make your stay easy and comfortable.

Things to do in Inverness

There are so many things to do on your holiday in Inverness. We have plenty of stunning walks and cycle routes, both in the city and surrounding countryside. With so much history in the area, you’ll find fascinating landmarks, museums and attractions all around. Such as Inverness Castle, Inverness Cathedral, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Fort George, The Highlanders’ Museum, Clava Cairns and Culloden Battlefield. Find a peaceful space to relax at Inverness Botanic Gardens. And enjoy live shows and entertainment from Eden Court Theatre.

Inverness is close to the northern tip of Loch Ness, home to the legendary Nessie. Many lovely villages are dotted around Loch Ness You can walk or cycle around the whole loch or parts of it, on the Loch Ness 360° Trail. Or, take a monster-hunting cruise on the mysterious waters.

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