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Every guest at our Inverness bed and breakfast is personally welcomed and this personal service will continue throughout your stay.


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Inverglen Guest House Inverness

 

Modern Luxuries and Traditional Features

Inverglen Guest House is a TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence winner and is regularly amongst the top 5 B&B's in Inverness, and the whole of the Scottish Highlands. Inverglen is also 4 star rated by Visit Scotland which denotes properties that provide an excellent service. Your hosts, John & Susan, will welcome you with your choice of Tea, Coffee or Hot Chocolate and Susan's home made cakes as we help to make you feel at home.

Inverglen is an elegant Victorian property built in 1894 with many traditional features complimented by modern comforts and luxuries such as free high speed broadband wi-fi throughout the premises and a large guest lounge where you can relax and plan your adventures . We also have an extensive library of books for guests to enjoy. Our bedrooms feature excellent beds with luxury bedding and superb large bath sheets  and top quality high pressure showers.

All rooms have en-suite facilities and flat screen digital televisions with over 50 channels.

Our property is situated in a quiet residential area, yet only five minutes walk to the centre of Inverness.

Good food is guaranteed and we have an extensive breakfast menu featuring a changing daily special that proves very popular with those looking for something a little different.

You can visit Inverness's wide range of shops, restaurants & pubs in the city centre while leaving your car in our private car park.

Inverglen Guest House is an ideal base for keen golfers. Championship golf courses such as Castle Stuart, Royal Dornoch and Nairn are all within easy reach. There are also many other wonderful courses such as those at Fortrose & Rosemarkie on The Black Isle, and several in Inverness itself. You can also play several courses in the Cairngorm National Park area.

Train enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with the route from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh being one of the most spectacular routes in the UK. You can also easily enjoy the joys of travelling by Steam Train on The Strathspey Steam Railway that is just a short journey away by rail or road.

Many people make Inverness their base for 3 or 4 nights as it makes an excellent location from which to explore the Scottish Highlands. Given the variability of the Scottish weather Inverness allows you to pick a direction that makes the best of what is on offer from the weather on each day. If it is raining on the west coast, there is a good chance of drier weather on the Moray coast - or vice versa.

Inverness Railway Station and Inverness Bus Station are also only 5 to 10 minutes walk away, whilst Inverness Airport is only 15 minutes away by car or 30 minutes by bus.

Raigmore Hospital, Inverness Cathedral and the Eden Court Theatre & Cinema complex are all within walking distance or a short drive from our B&B.