Loch Ness Centre
Loch Ness Centre

Inverness is often dubbed the capital of the Highlands, though the city on the Moray Firth is hardly central to the region. Its sites include Abertarff House, the Town House, its cathedral and the Culloden battlefield, and of course its famous monster-haunted loch stretching south-westwards... Read More

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February
Inverness Music Festival
March
Inverness Music Festival
July
Barclays Scottish Open
Inverness Highland Games
Inverness Military Tattoo
August
Marymas Mediaeval Fair
Moy Highland Field Sports Fair
October
Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running
November
Inverness Film Festival
December
Winter Wonderland
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Culloden House Hotel

Culloden House Hotel

At the time of the Jacobite rising in 1745-46, Culloden House was requisitioned by Bonnie Prince Charlie and used as his lodging and battle headquarters prior to that fateful and final battle on Culloden Moor ... More | Double Room: £70 - £130 | visit website

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Craigmonie Hotel

Craigmonie Hotel

Mixing traditional style with modern comfort, Craigmonie offers high-quality cuisine and a range of leisure facilities, such as a heated swimming pool, sauna and mini gym. Originally built in 1880, Craigmonie Hotel & Leisure is a ... More | visit website

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Tulloch Castle

Tulloch Castle

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In days of old, only the Laird or the Chief of the Clan could enjoy a relaxing stay in a Scottish Highland Castle. Nowadays, times have changed. At Tulloch Castle ... More

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Dunain Park Hotel

Dunain Park Hotel
Dunain Park Hotel is a small family owned and run luxury Country House one mile from Inverness. Secluded in 6 acres of gardens and woodlands offering high standards of comfort and service. Cuisine is Modern ... More | Double Room: E79 - E109 | visit website
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Loch Ness Clansman Hotel

Loch Ness Clansman Hotel

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A warm Highland welcome awaits you…Set on the shores of the most mysterious stretch of water in the world, the hotel enjoys panoramic views of our breathtaking Loch Ness. With ... More

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Ramada Inverness

Ramada Inverness

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With a superb setting on the banks of the River Ness, right in the heart of the city, the hotel has an ideal location for business and leisure guests. This modern hotel ... More

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Bunchrew House Hotel

Bunchrew House Hotel
Set amidst 20 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodland on the shores of the Beauly Firth, Bunchrew House is a 17th century Scottish mansion steeped in history and tradition.

In every way Bunchrew captures ... More | Double Room: From £85 | visit website
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Waterside Hotel

Waterside Hotel

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The Waterside Hotel offers a warm welcome with Highland hospitality and is 3 minutes walk from the city centre. An excellent base for your stay in the highlands. Ideally situated for ... More

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New Drumossie Hotel

New Drumossie Hotel

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This newly refurbished deluxe four-star hotel in the heart of the Highlands overlooking the Moray Firth radiates luxury, charm and character. The 9 acres of private parkland surrounding the hotel instantly ... More

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Glen Druidh House Hotel

Glen Druidh House Hotel

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This small, friendly country hotel is ideally situated for exploring either the Highlands of Scotland, or shopping and theatre-going in Inverness. Free Wi-Fi for all guests. Although only 3.2 km (2 miles) ... More

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