Best Self Catering Accommodation and Holiday Flats to let


The capital of the Highlands, sits on the River Ness. It’s packed with history, and surrounded by the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Just a few miles out is famous Loch Ness where you can try to catch a glimpse of the famous monster, or you can hear countless stories of sightings of Nessies.

The city of Inverness in Scotland has a wide variety of budget and more luxurious self catering accommodation to choose from. Many of these rentals offer free secure car-parking and free Wi-Fi internet access. Apartments feature an open-plan living area with comfortable seating, fully equipped kitchen and a separate bedroom (or bedrooms). Some have views over the River Ness or a balcony.

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The heart of the Scottish Highlands


short term stay flats to let in invernessThe beautiful city of Inverness is in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. It is in fact the most northern city in the UK and very popular with tourists from around the world. Inverness still has a market town atmosphere which is just one of the reasons to spend the weekend in short stay accommodation.

The city is known as the Gateway to the Highlands and is accessible by plane, car, train or coach. Many administration and commercial businesses have set up in the city. This also attracts a large volume of business professionals who can benefit from cheap apartments to rent and flats, for one night or long term rentals. Popular is also staying in a cosy bed and breakfast or affordable Inverness hotel.

Whether you choose to visit, explore, relax, shop or work in the city, there’s something for everyone. Why don’t you arrange a short stay holiday, staying in accommodation rentals that are comfortable, spacious and well furnished throughout? You just can’t beat the warm Scottish welcome that awaits you.

Inverness is one of Scotland’s top holiday destinations. There are fascinating castles and wonderful heritage sites all within a short drive of this exciting Scottish city. Long term apartments and flats to rent make a great base from which to see the many attractions in the city itself and the surrounding areas.

There’s plenty of sights and shopping to do. Wander around the Old Town, buy some souvenirs at the Victorian Market or visit stunning St Andrew’s Cathedral. Four major golf courses are located within 10 miles, as well as prime fishing spots. Mountain biking and hiking can be enjoyed in the area.

The kids will love spending the day in the grounds of Inverness Castle which is on the banks of the River Ness and nowadays the seat of the Sheriff Court. Take a Jacobite cruise on Loch Ness and don’t forget your camera just in case you’re lucky enough to see Nessie herself. After a fun day out it’s great to know you can return to your apartments to rent whether it’s for one night, the weekend or a short term stay.

To find out more about this historical city, how about going on a guided trail? It will give you the perfect opportunity to get a taste of the new and old town from its Victorian marketplace to boutique restaurants and cafes.

Short Term Stay for the Weekend or One Night


inverness weekend rentalsThe great news is there is plenty of top of the range accommodation in and around the city to choose from. It does get extremely busy during the summer months so make sure you reserve holiday rentals in plenty of time before your vacation.

Many people taking a city break often arrive at the weekend which means you may be able to benefit from cheaper apartments to rent or flats, Monday to Friday. One thing’s for sure, you can’t fail to be impressed with short stay or long term self-catering accommodation which has plenty of mod cons including fully-fitted kitchens.

Relax in modern lounges and freshen up in elegant bathrooms before heading out for a day’s sightseeing. It doesn’t matter whether you intend to stay for one night, the weekend or longer, apartments to rent will have everything you need to make your vacation much more enjoyable.

For a holiday with a difference, book a luxurious apartment for the ultimate in quality and style.

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Main Train Station


Main railway station ?

The main train station of the city is Inverness Railway Station, at Academy Street and managed by First ScotRail.

Long distance trains depart from town to destinations all over Scotland and England. Frequently served is Edinburgh (Waverley Rail Station), Glasgow Queen Street, the centre of Aberdeen (see rentals), Euston station in central London, Kings Cross railway hub, Newcastle city centre, and York in North Yorkshire (see flats here).

Location – Where is ?


Where is Inverness ?

Distance to

 

Loch Ness can be reached after a 15-minute drive, where boat trips are possible on the loch and scenic walks can be enjoyed around its banks. Cairngorm Mountain is just 30 minutes drive away.

Tourists flying to the capital of the Highlands will arrive at Inverness Airport (INV), located approx. 9 miles to the east of the city centre in Dalcross.

The airport is connected to various airports all over Britain and Europe, such as London Gatwick International, Luton Airport near London, Bristol Intl. Airport, Belfast City in Northern Ireland, and theĀ airports of Manchester and Birmingham.

5 Must See Attractions and Sights in and near the city centre


Loch Ness

(Scottish Highlands)

Take a cruise see if you can catch a glimpse of Nessie, or drive around magnificent Loch Ness to admire the natural beauty.

Eden Court Theatre

(Bishops Road, IV3 5SA Scotland)

The Eden Court Theatre is a great venue where you can see ballet, opera, plays, rock concerts, folk musicians and more. The theatre has a great bar and atmosphere, a great place to go.

Museum and Art Gallery

(Castle Wynd, Highlands IV2 3EB, United Kingdom)

Small museum displaying interesting exhibits from history, natural artifacts to modern art.

St. Andrews Cathedral

(15 Ardross St, IV3 5NS, Scotland)

The St Andrews Cathedral is a very old medieval church. There are several beautiful statues and stain glass windows inside the Cathedral. It’s free, and worth a look.

The Falls of Foyers

(River Foyers in Scotland)

Nice little waterfall. The waterfalls are dramatic and stunning, and the trail itself is well marked. A must see sight of South Loch Ne