Spectacular Highland Scenery & Wildlife

Loch Ness Sunset - One of the best views of Loch Ness
Loch Ness

The Scottish Highlands has some of the most spectacular scenery and wildlife in the UK and Inverness is the perfect base for exploring this stunning part of Scotland. All of the locations below are within an easy drive of Inverness and the luxury Inverglen Guest House.

When staying at Inverglen Guest House we pride ourselves in helping you make the most of your time in Scotland. We will gladly spend time helping you decide where to go and what to see, giving hints and tips that may lead you to places that may otherwise be missed. When staying with us just let us know what you want to do and we’ll relish the opportunity to help shape your plans and even print maps and driving directions to help you on your way. We truly believe that our personal service is why we are one of the best B&B choices you can make.

All of the scenes below (and many more) were photographed by John Frid who as well as being co-owner of Inverglen Guest House, is the lead photographer for Inverglen Photography who run residential landscape workshops from our guest house. You will see many of John’s images around the house and these are for sale at discounted prices for our guests.

You can see a larger version by clicking on any image. You can then scroll through the larger images by either clicking on the large image or by using the keyboard arrows.

With such a wonderful array of scenery and wildlife on our doorstep, it is no wonder that there are some fantastic tour and activity companies in the area to ensure you get an unforgettable experience. Why not check out some suggestions on our pages for Boat Trips and Tours or Highland Activities.

The Isle of Skye – We have a specific gallery for the Isle of Skye, so click on the image below if you would like to see more of this wonderful location.

Fairy Pools on the Isle of Skye
Click to Visit our Isle of Skye gallery

 

 

 

 

 

 

Image Usage – All images on this website are copyright of John Frid (or other authors) and may not be used without express permission.

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