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Inverness Accommodation

Find holiday lodges and lets in Inverness, Scotland

Find holiday lodges and lets in Inverness, Scotland

The best weekend lodges and self-catering cottages in Inverness

Find the best of holiday cottages in Inverness to suit your taste ready for your trip to the historic city in the Scottish Highlands. Situated next to the River Ness and also a popular place for holiday rentals for those looking to hunt for mythical creatures in Loch Ness. Hundredrooms compares the best holiday lettings for your trip to this Scottish beauty that is awash with fascinating and somewhat violent history of the country and region. Are you looking for something in particular - perhaps a lodge or a self-catering holiday home? Perched in the north of the Great Glen, its picturesqueness is derived from its incredible surroundings and history dating back to the 21th century. Officially recognised as the most northern city in the British Isles, it is the perfect combination of both city and highland. A city centre apartment in Inverness will allow you to explore the likes of Inverness Castle, or book a Inverness cottage to rent to walk to Ness Islands. It is renowned for its spectacular restaurants serving traditional Scottish food of which there are plenty to choose from. So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is tell us how many people you’re travelling with, and the dates you’d like to visit and we’ll take care of the rest. Booking a holiday lodge in Inverness is the perfect solution if you’re looking for a base to explore the Scottish Highlands, or alternatively go on a golf trip and get lost in its magical surroundings.

Places to stay in Inverness

There is a range of different Inverness holiday accommodation available for your trip. We recommend that you book self-catering, because this way you can travel around at ease to all of the incredible natural surroundings in the Scottish Highlands that are located just outside of Inverness. Many visitors choose a holiday lodge in Inverness, because it is the most authentic and traditional option. Alternatively, you might want the buzz of the nightlife; in this case, you should opt for city centre accommodation. If you’re looking for something specific, we can find you some dog-friendly holiday cottages, or holiday homes with pools. There is something to suit every budget, from cheap to luxury.

Group accommodation in Inverness

Holiday lettings in Inverness

When to visit Inverness

Typically, the best time to visit Inverness is during the months of May and September. It tends to be driest in May; this is best if you’re looking to book holiday accommodation with the intention of travelling to Loch Ness. The most expensive time to book a holiday rental will be between July and August, as this is when daylight hours are longest.

Inverness Castle and other points of interest

  • Inverness Castle: Overlooking the River Ness, the castle occupies a cliff position and is made of red sandstone. Built in 1836, it was originally the site of an 11th century defensive structure.
  • Inverness Cathedral: This is also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew and was opened in 1869. It is the northernmost cathedral in the mainland of Britain, and is close to the River Ness.