The trees on the grounds of Ness Walk have given name to their luxurious rooms and suites- Cedar, Laurel, Oak, Birch, Rowan and Wellingtonia. They have designed their Inverness accommodation with meticulous attention to detail. The interiors reflect the seasonal landscape with a flow of soft colours and textiles.
What makes a stay at Ness Walk unique?
Every one of their 47 spacious and stylish en-suite rooms, three of which are Accessible Rooms, offer beautiful views, either to the courtyard and river beyond, or the verdant gardens. All their hotel rooms in Inverness are filled with natural light. Featuring bespoke elements, such as carpeting resembling the River Ness as it approaches the riverbank.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Ness Walk?
The trees on the grounds of Ness Walk have given name to the luxurious rooms and suites – Laurel, Cedar Oak, Rowan and Wellingtonia. The interiors reflect the seasonal landscape with a flow of soft colours and textiles. Many of the 47 spacious and stylish en-suite rooms, three of which are accessible, offer beautiful views, either to the courtyard and river beyond, or the verdant gardens. All are filled with natural light, featuring bespoke elements, such as carpeting resembling the River Ness as it approaches the riverbank.
Luxurious Laurel rooms are situated on the upper hotel floors with large floor to ceiling windows and views across the grounds or to the River Ness. Cedar is a superior room type, with terrace access, river views and private seating on the ground floor. Oak is also a superior room type, located on the first floor with large floor to ceiling windows, offering unspoiled views across the beautiful courtyard towards the River Ness. All hotel rooms offer 5-star quality accommodation with stylish ensuite bathrooms and indulgent toiletries from Arran Sense of Scotland.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Inverness area?
In the Highlands, breath taking views are over every hill, nook and crag. With every town, village and landmark, there’s a rich history to explore. The whisky distilleries and the wide range of culinary experiences make the area so unique. There’s something for everyone here … and you’re assured a warm welcome from the friendly locals too!
Vibrant city of Inverness has much to offer. Walk along the River Ness to Inverness Cathedral, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery,Inverness Cathedral or for evening enertainment Eden Court Theatre & Cinema.
Loch Ness is one of the most famous places in Scotland, and indeed the world! Many have travelled to Loch Ness in search of Nessie, its elusive monster. But whether or not they catch a glimpse, all are spellbound by the natural beauty of this ancient place.
Travel the North Coast 500. Recognised worldwide as the ‘ultimate road trip’, the North Coast 500 provides an unspoiled 516-mile journey. It places you right amongst the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands.
Outdoor pursuits such as golf, fishing, clay pigeon shooting, off road driving or horse riding
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Set within the original drawing room of the 5-star hotel, traditional details emblazon the magnificent Torrish Restaurant. With a cosy fire and sensational views out to the River Ness, Torrish delivers a relaxed and friendly dining experience with a difference. Or for relaxed drinks, the connected Torrish Bar has a wonderful and varied selection of drinks on offer.
Relax by the roaring fire and indulge in afternoon tea, packed with timeless seasonal flavours prepared by brigade of chefs. Heavenly Afternoon Tea is served alongside the extensive speciality Scottish tea collection and coffee menu.
Operating in a sustainable way is woven into the business. From working with the local community and sourcing from suppliers who align with their vision to promoting sustainable experiences for visitors to the area. Ness Walk believe every action taken can impact the planet and they have been awarded Gold by Green Tourism for their efforts to 'tread lightly' on the environment. Learn more.