Ness river in Inverness

St Ann’s House

St Ann’s House is situated in the heart of the Highland capital Inverness. A ten minute walk takes you to the centre of this thriving city, with restaurants and pubs lining the banks of the historic River Ness.

It’s the ideal base to explore the Highlands and beyond. Drive to the west coast fishing village of Ullapool in just over an hour. Head north to John o’ Groats in two hours thirty minutes.

Travel south to Cairngorm National Park and Britain’s highest restaurant. In the east watch the Moray Firth dolphins frolic in the sunshine.

When your exploring is complete for the day relax in the beautiful St Ann’s House gardens or in the residents’ lounge.

The house was built in the late 19th century for the first postmaster of Inverness and has been extensively modernised, while still retaining a sense of character. You can stay up to date with free w-fi and flat screen televisions with Freeview programming in all rooms.


Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
Lounge for residents' use
Private parking
Central heating
WiFi or internet access


37 Harrowden Road,

Telephone Number

01463 236157