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Hotels in Inverness

Inverness, with its castle and Victorian buildings, its museums and galleries, is also the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. A stroll, or bike-ride, down the River Ness brings you to famous Loch Ness where you can see if you can spot the monster. The nearby Moray Firth, a North Sea inlet, is a good place to spot dolphins or to watch birds. The city has a lively, cultural life with Ceilidh nights being held regularly in several places. Make sure to book your holiday soon if you want to come in late June, as this is when the annual Inverness Highland Games are held. To find your ideal accommodation in Inverness, just type in your dates and the number of persons travelling into Opodo's search fields. You will be presented with a large selection of hotels, apartments and hostels. Filter down the list with your personal preferences and soon you will have found your ideal place to stay in Inverness and the best hotel offer.

What to see in Inverness

Inverness Castle, built from pink sandstone, overlooks the River Ness. Wander through the beautiful castle grounds and don't miss climbing the north tower for a breathtaking view over the city. The castle is also the starting point for a circular walk, which brings you to the Ness Islands with its rich birdlife. Here you can also buy a ticket to try your hand angling for Atlantic salmon. If you like shopping, you should visit the Victorian Market with its many cosy shops. A visit that will also give you the opportunity to admire the many historic buildings in the old town. And if you like shopping centres, head out to nearby Eastgate with its award-winning architecture and modern flair. Saint Andrew's Cathedral sits in one of the most stunning riverside settings of the British Isles and is open daily. If you are in Inverness on a Sunday, don't miss choral evensong at this cathedral. On the western edge of Inverness lies Craig Phadrig, an ancient, Pictish stronghold set in a magnificent forest and with lovely views over the Moray Firth. From the Moray Firth, you can also take boat trips to watch bottlenose dolphins or you can take a cruise down the River Ness and the Caledonian Canal towards Loch Ness.

Where to stay in Inverness

To find the best deal and to cut down on travel time to the things that interest you most, choose your hotel destination wisely. The city centre is ideal if you want to enjoy the lively culinary and cultural scene in Inverness. All main sightseeing sites are just a short walk away and many pubs offer a ceilidh night. If you want to spend some time golfing, then you should choose the area of Culcabock where the golf course is located. For those of you that want to be close to the sea and plan to take a boat trip to see the dolphins or a river cruise to visit Loch Ness, there are various options. North Kessock, just across the bridge, is known for its tranquillity and wildlife and South Kessock, on the Inverness side of the bridge, is close to the boat and cruise departure points. The sooner you book your preferred hotel in Inverness, the better the chance that you get the best deal for a cheap hotel in Inverness.

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