Inverness places to stay
Acer Glen Bed & Breakfast
BEST FOR: A world-class Scottish stay
ADDRESS: 34 Greig St, Inverness IV3 5PX
Acer Glen holds a Silver Green Tourism award in recognition of its sustainable practices. Its breakfast uses locally sourced ingredients, and
they hold a Taste Our Best award from VisitScotland, so you know that it’s
some of the best food Scotland has to offer.
Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa
BEST FOR: Families and small groups
ADDRESS: 8 Ness Walk, Inverness IV3 5NG
Overlooking the River Ness, this four-star hotel has a Silver Green Tourism award and is easily accessible from the station and rest of the city.
Glenuig House Bed & Breakfast
BEST FOR: Staying close to the city centre
ADDRESS: 29 Fairfield Rd, Inverness IV3 5QD
This charming bed and breakfast is based in an elegant Victorian town house. Glenuig House is a short walking distance from the railway station, has easy access to Inverness’ public transport, and can cater for different dietary needs including vegetarians.
Inverness Youth Hostel
BEST FOR: Travelling on a budget
ADDRESS: Victoria Dr, Inverness IV2 3QB
Inverness Youth Hostel is located close to the station and is walking distance from the city centre. A great choice for travellers on a budget, this hostel is
modern and comfortable with rooms to suit a variety of needs.
BEST FOR: Couples and families
ADDRESS: Culcabock Rd, Inverness IV2 3LP
Kingsmills is located close to the centre of Inverness, with plenty of attractions close at hand. They are committed to being an eco-friendly business and have taken steps towards greater sustainability.
BEST FOR: Luxury scenic stay
ADDRESS: 12, Ness Walk, Inverness IV3 5SQ
Part of the Kingsmills family of hotels, Ness Walk has a reputation not just for its amazing decor and location on the banks of the River Ness but for some of the best fine dining available at its restaurant, Torrish. Chefs prepare Scottish haute cuisine using the freshest of local produce, some of it grown in their own kitchen garden.