Inverness cottage holidays Holiday rentals - country & mountain cottages to rent in Inverness
Inverness sits at mouth of the River Ness on the Moray Firth. It's the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands with an Old Town and an indoor Victorian Market selling local produce and arts & crafts. As you would expect from a city, Inverness has a wide selection of shops, bars and restaurants which, unsurprisingly, specialise in local seafood.
Given its location, Inverness is a very popular base to rent a cottage throughout the year with most of the visitors drawn to the area by the mythical Loch Ness Monster. From skiing in the winter to swimming in the lakes and lochs during the warm summer months, Inverness offer something for all ages and tastes.
|At a glance...|
|Restaurants & bars||20+|
|Year round destination||✔|
|White sandy beacheseach||✔|
|Local airport||Aberdeen (91 miles)|
|Nearest international airport||Edinburgh (152 miles)|
|Nearest train station||Inverness|
Things to see and do in and around Inverness
Inverness and the surrounding area is full of interesting villages, dramatic mountains, loch, rivers, beaches and countryside to explore.
|A few suggestions...|
|Take a scenic boat trip around Loch Ness||✔|
|Hire a canoe on Loch Morlich near Aviemore||✔|
|Visit Balmoral Castle||✔|
|White water kayaking on the grade 5 Falls of Muick||✔|
|Hiking or mountain biking around the Cairngorms National Park||✔|
|Skiing during the winter season||✔|
Our view on Inverness
Renting a self catering cottage holiday in inverness means you have the Scottish Highlands on your doorstep with magical lochs and mountains to explore. When you add in the incredible beaches, you would be hard pusged to find a better staycation destination than Inverness. It is the perfect escape to pristine natural beauty no matter what time of year you visit. Packed with things to see and do for the whole family, Inverness will have you coming back time after time.