Mother and daughter playing in the autumn outdoors

Autumn Adventures in Inverness and Loch Ness

Things to do in Autumn around Inverness and Loch Ness Well, summer has passed and the days are getting shorter. But, did you know that autumn is a great time to visit the Scottish Highlands? The crowds have gone and the roads are much quieter. Thus it is generally a much more peaceful and relaxing […]

Car-Free Holidays in Inverness and Loch Ness

Many of our Inverness and Loch Ness visitors arrive in the area by air or rail. And although hiring a car is very popular, it’s not a must. Whether you prefer a car-free holiday to help our environment or because you’re a bit wary of driving on the left and on single-track roads, there are […]

Clan Mackintosh burial stone at Culloden Battlefield

Haunted Highlands: Places to Visit if you Dare

Highland Ghost Stories That’ll Give You The Chills In a country full of ancient castles, Scottish battlefields and stone circles, is it any wonder that Inverness and Loch Ness has a few Highland ghost stories to tell? We have all heard of Scotland’s spooky castles.  Below we have found you some spooky haunted Inverness ghost […]

Boats along the harbour at sunset

Follow the River Nairn from the Seaside to Cawdor

Riverside Path from Nairn to Cawdor We have already introduced you to a few walks around Inverness and Loch Ness, but don’t miss a visit to the villages and visitor attractions east of Inverness! This area has got much to offer. For example, famous Culloden Battlefield, Fort George and Cawdor Castle. If you’d like to combine your visit to […]