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Discover Our Hotels in Inverness

The River Ness meets the Moray Firth at Inverness, one of Scotland’s most exciting cities. The cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands has long been popular with visitors, and for good reason. The city is home to a world of historical sights and unmissable attractions, along with fantastic art galleries, museums, and markets.


Our Hotels in Inverness, Scotland

Known as the ‘Highland Capital,’ Inverness is one of the smallest but most interesting cities in Scotland. Retaining its market town feel, Inverness is home to vibrant pubs and bars, ancient castles, fantastic museums and galleries, and a whole host of unmissable historic sights, all ready and waiting to be discovered during your trip. 

Choose a hotel in the heart of the city, and you’ll be able to do plenty of sightseeing during your stay. If it’s a more relaxed break you’re thinking of, we recommend staying a little outside the city itself. Hotels like the Tulloch Castle Hotel are situated amongst beautiful, unspoiled scenery but still within easy reach of the sights and sounds of the city itself.

When it comes to exploring Inverness, you’ll never run out of things to do. Inverness is the place to go for Highland history, and there’s no better way to learn more about the local history and culture than with a trip to one of the city’s incredible museums. 

The Inverness Museum and Art Gallery is home to a truly fascinating collection of artefacts and exhibitions, taking visitors on a journey through the intriguing history of the region. 

Inverness is just 30 minutes from one of the most famous attractions in Scotland, Loch Ness. The mysterious Loch has long been the stuff of legend, thanks to a number of sightings of the Loch Ness Monster here over the years. Urquhart Castle is moments from the Loch itself and boasts amazing views over the water and for miles in every direction.

There are many free attractions in Inverness. If the weather’s on your side, make sure you head to the Clava Cairns. This ancient burial site dates back 4,000 years and is one of the best-preserved examples of a Bronze Age cairn that you can see today. It’s a sacred place that’s as fascinating as it is beautiful, and it’s only 15 minutes from the center of Inverness. 


Best Hotels in Inverness

If you’re planning a trip to Inverness this year, there’s no better place to stay than the Tulloch Castle Hotel. Located in Dingwall, just a short drive from the center of the city, the Tulloch Castle Hotel really is a sight to behold. 

Tulloch Castle dates back to the 12th century and still has many of its original features. Its incredible interiors include a 250-year-old panelled Great Hall, along with painstakingly restored original fireplaces and ceilings. There are 22 well-appointed en-suite bedrooms in the hotel, each of which has its own unique style, character, and charm. 

Expect a warm welcome, fantastic hospitality, and superb food during your stay here. The hotel even welcomes pets in some of its rooms, so you can bring your four-legged friend along for the trip. 

Keep an eye out for special promotions and weekend packages at ​the Tulloch Castle Hotel. Current offers include our ever-popular getaway break, a two-night stay with a full breakfast each morning, and dinner on the first night. 

Additionally, our luxurious wine and dine break, which includes a two-night stay, dinner, bed and breakfast, and a bottle of house wine in your room on arrival.

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