Acer Glen B&B is situated in the heart of Inverness, only a 5 mins walk from the city centre, 7-10 mins from the train & bus stations. It is only a few minutes’ drive from the spectacular countryside that is the Scottish Highlands. There are smart TVs in all rooms with Sky TV. The breakfast has achieved the Taste Our best award.
Well located in central Inverness, Acer Glen B&B is close to all the action in this vibrant city. Walking distance to the rich diversity of restaurants and bars and also the theatre and shops. This modern guest house is well-situated for all road, rail and air links. The Acer Glen has been accredited as 'We're Good To Go', the government scheme for COVID-19 preparedness.
All rooms have Smart TVs with Sky TV. There is a DAB clock radio, a hairdryer and multiple sockets with USB charging points. There is free Wi-Fi throughout. The in-room tea/coffee offerings include instant and ground coffee and an extensive range of teas, including decaf.
After a good night's sleep, a substantial full Scottish breakfast awaits. The breakfast selection includes a light breakfast of fruit, cereal and toast, various bread options and meats and cheese including smoked venison or venison salami. Alternatively, you can have a full-cooked Scottish breakfast with a tatty scone or your first taste of haggis. Early breakfasts can be arranged and vegetarian/vegan/coeliac diets are catered for.
Check-in is normally between 16:00 and 21:00, other times by arrangement.
Acer Glen enjoys a very central location in the Heart of the Highland capital, 2 minutes from the River Ness and close to the Castle, Cathedral and Eden Court Theatre. So you can easily spend your day enjoying a wide range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, or the many national equivalents. Leakey’s bookshop is just over the river.
If you want to spread your wings further and enjoy local attractions and the fantastic scenery of the Highlands you can visit Urquhart Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, The Black Isle, or try your hand at Nessie spotting on Loch Ness and the Great Glen, or the more successful dolphin watching in the Moray Firth.
There are many Munros (hills over 3,000 feet tall) within easy reach and the Cairngorm National Park is just a 30-minute drive or 40 mins to the ski slopes. Even Ben Nevis can be conquered in a day and you can be back in the Acer Glen B&B by late afternoon.
Inverness is an excellent jumping off point to explore the rich culture and history of: the west coast; the Isle of Skye; the northern tip of the UK, including John o'Groats; Orkney and the Shetlands. Inverness is the start/finish for the North Coast 500 (NC500) and features in the TV drama Outlander. And what trip to Northern Scotland would be complete without a whisky tour. There are distilleries within 20 miles of Inverness and Speyside is under an hour away with what seems like a world class whisky around every corner.
Steve (the owner) is a qualified massage therapist so you may be able to enjoy an in-house treatment from Maple Leaf Massage (Holistic (relaxing) Massage, Sports Massage or Indian Head Massage). After a day’s sightseeing, hill walking, shopping, working or undertaking one of the many highland challenges, like the Inverness Marathon, you can appreciate all the benefits of massage in the comfort of your B&B. For more details log on to www.mapleleafmassage.co.uk.
|Double Room||£30 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Single Room||£30 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|Triple Room (super-king double)||£30 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
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