Within 5 minutes walk from the City Centre, this family run Guest House not only offers you comfortable Bed & Breakfast accommodation at a realistic price; it is also superbly situated to enjoy the resources the capital of the Highlands has to offer. The house was built in 1821 and is a listed building. Fraser House is in the center of Inverness.
INVERNESS is the natural capital of the Highlands due to its geographical location, its proximity to the river Ness, the Caledonian Canal leading to Loch Ness and the fact that the roads through the glens all converge on the city.
Spend a holiday here and you will be able to lose yourself in the beauty and excitement of this, one of Europe's last great-unspoilt areas.
From the thriving shopping centre you can walk within minutes to scenes of rural splendour. The city is dissected by the river Ness, where over Edwardian footbridges the Ness Islands demand to be explored and overlooking the river is the Castle. INVERNESS CASTLE which was rebuilt in 1834-46 and now used as a courthouse.
URQUHART CASTLE is well worth a visit in its beautiful setting on the shores of LOCH NESS - home of Nessie our world famous monster.
Just overlooking the city is CULLODEN MOOR where the last land battle pitched on British soil took place. This ended the Jacobite Rising in 1746 where Prince Charles Edward Stuart was defeated.
Walking, cycling, golf, pony trekking and skiing are available within the area. You can stroll along a meandering riverside path , amble to a forest waterfall or stride out through the wilds of Glen Affric. The Great Glen Cycle Route provides woodland trails for cyclists and walkers. In the Inverness area there are numerous organised tours and cruises on which you can just sit back and enjoy the journey. Among the most popular trips are Loch Ness Cruises and Dolphin Cruises.