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Just 5 minutes drive from Inverness city centre, Inverness House is located a short distance from Muirtown Lock. Enjoy a relaxing stroll to the end of the canal to catch a glimpse of dolphins or walk around the nearby Merkinch Nature Reserve.
This chic contemporary designed villa has 4 en-suite superking/twin bedrooms with high quality Egyptian cotton sheets, feather pillows and duvets topped with luxurious throws. Beautifully presented with many bespoke features, each room has a private terrace with outside seating where you can watch the sails as yachts go along the nearby canal. Each bedroom also has a TV, desk, fridge with water and soft drinks, free Wi-Fi, Arran Aromatics toiletries, bathrobe, slippers and hairdryer. The Telford Room has a jacuzzi spa bath with inset TV above, as well as a Monsoon shower.
After a peaceful night, enjoy a full cooked breakfast with local produce or lighter options. Homemade bread. Breakfast can be taken in your room on request.
Guests are welcome to relax in the games room (with pool table, dartboard and flat screen TV) and the walled landscaped garden with its tranquil water feature.
There is wheelchair access to the property, parking for several vehicles and secure storage for bicycles.
Your hosts also offer mountain bikes and kayaks for hire if you wish to explore the nearby Caledonian Canal and its towpaths or venture along the Great Glen Way and further afield.
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Inverness House is the ideal base for outdoor enthusiasts or a romantic getaway. Enjoy a tranquil nature experience at this B&B with the city's attractions within walking distance including local pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Discover the castles, distilleries, wildlife and scenery of the Scottish Highlands. Local historic sites include Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, Clava Cairns (Outlander), Cawdor Castle and Craig Phadrig Hill Fort. Take a boat trip to spot the dolphins in the Moray Firth or see them from the shore at Chanonry Point. Loch Ness, Glen Affric, the Cairngorms National Park and the sandy beaches of the Moray coast are all within a short drive. Inverness is also the start and finishing point for the popular North Coast 500 route around the North Highlands.