On the banks of the Caledonian Canal, this luxurious Bed & Breakfast in Inverness welcomes you with contemporary elegance. This luxurious accommodation is stylish and uniquely decorated, making it suitable for a short overnight stay, a romantic getaway, or a base for a longer break exploring Inverness and the surrounding area. All of the ensuite rooms in this Bed & Breakfast boast views of the Caledonian Canal and have a private terrace with outdoor seating where you can watch the sails pass by.
What makes a stay at Inverness House unique?
Inverness House is a luxurious villa on the banks of the Caledonian Canal, detached and architecturally designed. With a contemporary layout and countless bespoke features and a magnificent view of the Caledonian Canal and stunning landscaped gardens. Inverness House also offers whirlpool, balcony bedrooms, a games room and parking for several vehicles. The property is wheelchair accessible.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Inverness House?
Inverness House consists of four elegant, individually designed and furnished guest rooms and a games room located in the garden. All guesthouse rooms are decorated and finished to a high standard with attention to detail, comfort and relaxation. Each room fitted with incredibly comfy superking beds and, upon request, can be made into twins. All bedrooms have Egyptian cotton sheets, feather pillows, and duvets, as well as luxurious throws.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Inverness area?
Castles & Historic Houses - Right in the heart of the city, overlooking the River Ness just where it flows into the Moray Firth. Inverness Castle now stands were, legend has it, was once the seat of 11th Century Gaelic king Mac Bethad Mac Findláich.
The Great Outdoors - From dolphin spotting across the Moray Firth to cycling the "great glen" Inverness is the perfect holiday destination for those who love the outdoors!
Beaches - The spectacular coastline of the Moray Firth is listed in the top twelve of the world’s most beautiful and unspoiled coastlines in the prestigious National Geographic Society’s Travel Magazine.
Caledonion Canal - The Caledonian Canal is one of the great waterways of the world, running through the very heart of Scotland some 60 miles (97 km) from northeast to southwest.
Distilleries - Inverness has 9 distilleries within a 50 mile radius! Whisky tourism is increasingly important to the economy, with over 1.7m visits to Scotch Whisky visitor centres last year.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Inverness boasts an array of outstanding and award-winning restaurants, cafes and bars, eating out in Inverness is a delight offering a wide and diverse mix of places to eat and drink.