The unofficial capital of the Highlands, Inverness is rich with both history and charm from its adorable neighborhoods to its striking architecture situated along the River Ness.   


STAY at the Craigside Lodge (now managed by the Redcliffe Hotel across the street) with its cozy B&B-style rooms just steps from the Inverness Castle.

DO take the short drive to the Culloden Battlefield and immerse yourself in one of the most historically significant events to take place in the Highlands.

EAT at the The Mustard Seed, a former church-turned-restaurant that offers a delicious and ever-changing menu of seasonal Scottish fare.

DISCOVER the Great Glen Way walking paths between the city center and the woodsy Ness Islands, perfect for an evening stroll along the river.

Read more about Inverness below!


Scotland Part 1: What to See and Do in Inverness