Things to do around Inverness and Loch Ness
Inverness has something for everyone, whatever your interests. It is a convenient base for exploring a wide area without having to keep packing bags and moving on. You can easily visit the West Coast (including the Isle of Skye) in a day trip from Inverness. Many people even take a day trip to Orkney. Closer to Inverness there is an abundance of things to do including, of course, searching for the fabled Loch Ness Monster. There is no shortage of things to do around Inverness and Loch Ness.
Inverness has an active and varied programme of events throughout the year. This includes live music and theatre, great food and drink festivals, superb comedy, and a range of sporting and outdoor activities. Centuries of history and culture are embedded in the landscape and are showcased in numerous events. Arts and crafts are thriving and the area has a wealth of craft fairs to show of the work of local artisans. Why not check out our Events Calendar to see just how much is happening in and around Inverness.
The area has a wealth of activities to keep everyone happy, including many castles and historical sites, glorious scenery, fantastic wildlife watching, championship golf courses, horse riding, mountain biking, hiking, whisky tasting, river. loch and sea cruises, train journeys (including Steam Trains)…….and so much more.
After a busy day enjoying everything that the area has to offer you’ll be delighted to know that Inverglen Guest House is just a short walk from the heart of Inverness with its many great restaurants, pubs, cafes, bars and entertainment venues.
With so many things to do is it any wonder that visitors return to Inverglen Guest House year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer.
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If you want loads more ideas on things to see and do whilst staying with us then why not check out Welcome to Inverness, Loch Ness & Nairn
Golf course Image supplied by Castle Stuart Golf Course. Music image suppluied by Visit Britain.