Dunvegan-Inverness is our traditional Victorian villa in the conservation area adjacent to Inverness Castle. The city centre is a mere 5 minutes' walk away - - so you can get quickly to the Tourist Information Centre, the shops and a wide variety of welcoming cafes, busy pubs and cosmopolitan restaurants. Equally, you can take a walk upstream along the riverbank to the calm and tranquility of the Ness Islands where you wouldn't even believe you were in the city at all!
The house sleeps 6 adults in 3 generously proportioned bedrooms. Additionally, there’s a double sofa bed in the study downstairs for occasional use, which means that we can accommodate up to 8 adults. Cots, high chairs and door barriers are available for the use of infants and the very young. All bed linen and towels are provided for your use. We have a comprehensively equipped kitchen and a welcome pack of essentials will be provided at the start of your stay. Although there are parking restrictions in front of the property, a parking permit is available for your use. Access to the property is by steps from pavement level, please enquire if you need more information. Dunvegan is a no-smoking and pet-free area.
Inverness is an ideal hub from which to explore the Highlands - - no matter what your interests, there's plenty to stimulate all tastes! Within easy reach of the city is some of the most rugged and challenging terrain in the UK - - so if you're active you can get out and enjoy it in lots of different ways. For those who prefer, one of the most memorable railway journeys in the world starts in Inverness - - take the train to Kyle of Lochalsh and visit Skye - - you'll be rewarded with the most fantastic scenery throughout your journey! Less than an hour away is Loch Ness and the famous Castle Urquhart at Drumnadrochit - - or there's Cawdor Castle - - or Culloden battlefield and Fort George. For those who are interested in the making of whisky, there are several distilleries in the vicinity, most of which welcome visitors. Wildlife interests are well-served too - - out on the Moray Firth there is a resident pod of dolphins and boat trips to see them at close quarters can be arranged through the Tourist Centre; or there are ospreys at Boat of Garten, or reindeer at the Cairngorm National Park. The city is also host to a wide variety of cultural events ranging from traditional Scottish ceilidhs to high-quality theatre and musical performances at Eden Court!
Our website will provide lots more information about the house and ideas for things to do during your stay. It has an online availability and booking system for your convenience.