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Bunillidh B&B Star Rating 1        
47 Montague Row

Conveniently situated, Bunillidh B&B offers easy access to Inverness's popular hot spots. It provides a garden, and is a brief walk from the Eden Court Theatre.The bed & breakfast features rooms equipped with tea and coffee making facilities.
Bazpackers Hostel        
4 Culduthel Road

Only two minutes from Inverness Castle, Bazpackers Hostel is situated in the heart of Inverness. It is ideally positioned for those wanting to sightsee in the area.The hostel has 10 cosy rooms that are filled with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Inverness Tourist Hostel        
24 Rose Street

Just a short stroll from Inverness Bus Station and surrounded by bars and restaurants, Inverness Tourist Hostel is ideal for those who wish to be in the heart of the city. This hostel is set in the heart of the city.Situated under a five-minute stroll from Inverness Railway Station, Inverness Tourist Hostel offers free Wi-Fi.
Glasdair Bed & Breakfast        
Island Bank Road. No. 42

Glasdair Bed & Breakfast is located in Inverness and is close to River Ness. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.The hotel provides Wi-Fi, bicycle rental and a 24-hour reception.
River House Inverness        
3 Ladies Walk

Conveniently positioned, River House Inverness offers easy access to Inverness's best tourist attractions. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet access throughout the property.River House Inverness provides a comfortable room, designed to suit the requirements of any traveller.
Riverview Guest House Inverness Star Rating 4        
2 Moray Park, Island Bank Road

Conveniently positioned, Riverview Guest House Inverness allows for easy access to Inverness's best tourist attractions. It provides wireless internet, and is an easy walk from River Ness, Inverness Castle and Inverness Cathedral.The guest house has 5 cosy rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Park Hill Guest House        
17 Ardconnel Street

Situated under a 10-minute walk from Inverness Bus Station, Park Hill Guest House offers guests an ideal base when visiting Inverness. This hotel is set in the heart of the city.Park Hill Guest House has 8 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Columba Hotel Inverness Scotland Star Rating 4        
7 Ness Walk

Set in an 1881 property overlooking the River Ness, this straightforward hotel is a 3-minute walk from both St. Andrew's Cathedral and Inverness Castle, and 5 minutes from Inverness Museum and Art Gallery.Classic rooms with modern touches offer en suite bathrooms (some with claw-foot tubs), free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Royal Highland Hotel Star Rating 3        
18 Academy Street

Adjacent to Fortrose Bay, this elegant Victorian hotel is 13 miles from Eastgate Shopping Centre and 14 miles from Inverness Castle.The classic rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi (for 45 minutes a day; surcharge after that), TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. All rooms have en suite bathrooms with both baths and showers.
Kingsmills Hotel Star Rating 4        
Culcabock Road

In a mansion dating from 1786, this hotel and conference centre on 4 acres of grounds is less than 1 mile from Inverness Castle and 9.4 miles from Inverness airport.Modern rooms feature flat-screen TVs with premium channels, free Wi-Fi and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
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Inverness is a Scottish city popularly known as the capital of the Highlands. Inverness has beautiful landscapes of lakes and hills and you can find a large number of castles in and around the city, including the 19th century Inverness Castle, built on the site of an 11th century defensive structure. Urquhart Castle, which sits beside Loch Ness, is now in ruins, since it was blown up in 1692, but it still is an impressive site to see. It is also a good place to buy local crafts and have a coffee. From Inverness, you can also follow the Grampian Castle Trail, which takes you to more of Scotland's most breathtaking castles. Another popular attraction near Inverness is Loch Ness, one of the most famous lakes in the world due to the many myths and legends that surround it. It is also a site of stunning natural beauty. You can also visit the Moray Firth, a great place to spot some of the hundreds of dolphins that can be found here. Inverness combines the best of Scottish culture and nature. Come and find out for yourself!