Inverness is your best option if you want a brief respite from the hassle and bustle of city life. There is so much to do in Inverness to help you forget your stressing lifestyle. You can explore the city centre and discover the flourishing culinary scene. You can enjoy a bit of retail therapy at the Eastgate Shopping Centre or spend some time admiring the art exhibitions of the city’s galleries for your art therapy. You want some peace and quiet, stroll along the banks of the River Ness.
There are plenty of options when travelling to Inverness. You can book a flight to the Inverness Airport or you can travel by road through A9 the main road that connects the city to Perth, Edinburg and Glasgow. Travelling by road may require more of your time but it allows you to enjoy the beautiful scenery. If adventure is your thing, you can travel by boat to Inverness through the Caledonian Canal.
Inverness is a compact city meaning that most tourist destinations are within walking distance from one another. If you are not particularly fond of walking, there are taxis willing to take you around. There is also a local bus service that you can take if you want to visit the surrounding villages.
It is very easy to choose accommodations in Inverness because of the wide range of hotels, bed & breakfasts, self catering lodges, hostels and camping sites. There is always something that will suit your requirements, your budget and group size.
When location is extremely important in your choice of accommodation, there are hotels in the city that overlook the River Ness. There are also hotels located in peaceful and quiet areas that offer an amazing view of the Inverness Castle. This is perfect if your objective in visiting Inverness is to enjoy some peace and relaxation.
A hotel near inverness castle is in a perfect position to allow you a good view of the castle. There are also rooms where the view you will get is that of Loch Ness. The most beautiful and untouched landscape in the world can be experienced when you visit Inverness.