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Price and Availability Index in Inverness
Holiday Letting Price Information in Inverness
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Inverness. Inverness is most expensive in July (27/07 - 03/08), when prices are on average £162 a night. On the other hand, in March you will find the cheapest prices (02/03 - 09/03). The average price this week is £103 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Inverness
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Inverness. It is in January that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (04/01 - 11/01). Conversely, it is in March (30/03 - 06/04) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Inverness
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is February.
Inverness Lodges & Log Cabins: Explore the Highlands From a Traditional Holiday Home
Welcome to Inverness, the beautiful gateway city to the Scottish Highlands. This city is the bustling home to wonderful art, culture, history, and of course the mythical Loch Ness Monster. Discover this enchanting city with its medieval churches along the River Ness and immerse yourself in Scottish history. Choose from a range of traditional Inverness cottages, lodges and other holiday homes, located throughout this charming area.
How to get to Inverness
Inverness is easily accessible by train from other cities in Scotland, but if you're coming from further away, you may find it easiest to fly. The main airport in the city is the Inverness International Airport, which is located very close to the inner city. Once you have arrived at the airport you can easily take the number 11 bus directly into the city centre, or take a taxi or airport coach to your Inverness holiday cottage.
What to eat in Inverness
The capital of the Scottish Highlands is the place to experience traditional Highland cuisine at its best. This region has a range of traditional food, from hearty haggis to cullen skink, superb seafood, fantastic salmon, and rich highland meats. Try out the cuisine at one of the city's numerous traditional restaurants and soak up some Scottis hculture.
A multicultural city, Inverness also offers everything from Thai to Italian cuisine. And of course, renting your own Inverness holiday cottage or a self-catering holiday lodge means that you can always enjoy a relaxing evening in with a home-cooked meal.
Inverness' top sights
Immerse yourself in the city’s history and visit places like the impressive Inverness Cathedral, a place of worship built by the Scottish Episcopal Church in the mid 19th century. Many of the city’s castles and buildings will also give you an insight into medieval life. To see this for yourself, head to Urquhart Castle, the imposing Cawdor Castle, or the famed Inverness Castle which is set on a cliff overlooking the River Ness. Learn about the legend of the Loch Ness Monster by visiting the Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition, or even taking a tour of the Loch itself.
Spend a day at the waterfront and visit Chanonry Point, a spit of land extending into the Moray Firth which surrounds Inverness. Here you can enjoy the rocky beach, a historical lighthouse and even spot some dolphins. Whatever you want to see in this city, renting your own Inverness lodge or holiday cottage will make your visit more comfortable and enjoyable.
Art and culture in Inverness
Inverness has an amazing art and culture scene to explore during your holiday. Visit fantastic art galleries such as the Inverness Museum & Art Gallery, which displays historical and modern works from a range of artists. If art is your thing, make sure to visit the Scottish Flair Fine Art Gallery, which displays a beautiful range of historical fine art.
If you'd prefer a night at the theatre, visit the wonderful Eden Court Theatre, a large, modern performance space, cinema and music venue. Here you can experience a range of Scottish and international performances, from traditional operas to modern productions.
Inverness and its nightlife
Inverness doesn't just have an amazing cultural and artistic scene - it's also home to a thriving nightlife. Visit Inverness and check out its range of traditional Scottish pubs and bars, where you can sample some of Scotland's most famous export: Scotch whisky. Whatever musical taste you may have, Inverness has you covered with its large variety of live music venues.
Enjoy Highland culture in Inverness
Britain's mightiest artillery fortification, Fort George has never been attacked. Look out for the historic ammunition pouches, bayoneted muskets, pikes and swords, and enjoy Highland hospitality at the in-house café.
The Highlanders' Museum
Scotland's largest regimental museum outside of Edinburgh, the Highlanders' Museum houses nearly 20,000 artefacts, presented with interesting stories to match.
Tomatin Distillery Visitor Centre
Take the distillery's Legacy Tour and see how award-winning whiskies are produced. Alternatively, take the Taste of Tomatin distillery tour, which includes a tasting session. Whisky aficionados will particularly appreciate the in-depth Single Cask Experience.
Inverness Botanic Gardens
Families will love Inverness' oasis, with its landscaped gardens, greenhouses, diverse ecosystems, tropical fish ponds and café.
Inverness Museum and Art Gallery
Situated in the city centre at the foot of Castle Hill, this museum is a treasure trove of information on Highland Scotland. It also hosts interesting workshops, recitals, talks and child-friendly activities.
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