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  • A view of Inverness Castle from across the River Ness at night, Inverness city centre
    Inverness Castle across the River Ness, Inverness city centre
  • The Town House and other historic buildings on the High Street of Inverness
    The High Street, Inverness
  • The stunning interior of Inverness Victorian Market, Inverness city centre
    Inverness Victorian Market, Inverness city centre
  • Diners enjoying a meal in the acclaimed Rocpool Restaurant, Inverness city centre
    Rocpool Restaurant, Inverness city centre
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Take a break in the Highland capital of Inverness, a friendly, thriving city on the banks of the River Ness with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere and a wide variety of fine dining and attractions offers which make it perfect location for an enjoyable break.

Inverness is a compact city that can be easily explored on foot. Explore the art, history and heritage of the Highlands at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery with its exhibits of Jacobite memorabilia and authentic Highland weaponry.

Visit Inverness Botanic Gardens and enjoy the stunning flower displays and indoor waterfall. The city’s Victorian Market is the place to pick up some unique gifts and Inverness also has one of Scotland’s largest second-hand bookshops, Leakey’s.

See both Inverness Castle and St Andrew’s Cathedral. Take a stroll along the banks of the River Ness, crossing the suspension bridge for some peace and relaxation on the Ness Islands.

Night-time in Inverness brings an array of options. Enjoy the excitement of a live traditional music gig, treat yourself to a night at the theatre at Eden Court or dine in a top local restaurant.

When legendary chef Albert Roux was looking to open his first restaurant in Scotland he opted for Inverness. Besides Chez Roux, at the stylish Rocpool Reserve Hotel, the city has plenty of other fine eateries.

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