206 & 208 By the Bridge

Bridge Street, Bridge House, Inverness, IV2 3DT, United Kingdom

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By the Bridge Apartments
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    Luxury self-catering with a view, oh what a view!


    207 by the bridge is an extremely modern & luxurious apartment in the heart of Inverness. This place is spacious, very comfortable and its balcony overlooks the River Ness... what more could you want? The building has an enviable location right next to Inverness Castle and the High Street with all its shops and cafes is a mere 2min walk away. This swanky apartment looks like a fancy bachelor pad, but is spacious enough for a couple and to invite over a few friends!

    This 1 bedroom apartment has an open plan living area with kitchen/diner and lounge, a w/c and utility room off the hall and en suite luxury shower-room off the bedroom. Some of our friends (a young couple) stayed here for a week during our wedding celebrations in July 2009 - and they loved it! The building also has a private and secure underground car park... essential when you're visiting Inverness by car as parking can be sparse in the city centre!

    Unique Quality: The apartment features:

    > Fully fitted kitchen with electric oven, hob, microwave & dishwasher.
    > LCD TV with freeview, DVD and CD sound system.
    > Unlimited free WiFi useage .
    > En Suite double shower .
    > Free private secure underground parking with remote access.
    > Washing machine and drier
    > Apartment regularly serviced / cleaned.

    Price in 2011: £89.- per night (discount for weekly stays)

    There is no specific website for this apartment, but further details can be found on various websites including this one: http://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/hotels/united-kingdom/highland/smithton/207-by-the-bridge-apartment.html?mkid=58862926&aid=1&gclid=ci-gov748kccfcjp4qodnxhqaq

    Directions: LOCATION MAP: http://www.invernessaccommodation.net/directions.html

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has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by sophydog1

will be staying there in april would love to know what the surrounding area is like any tips what are the roads like

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by leics

http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/speanbridge/speanbridge/index.html wil give you an idea.

The surrounding roads will be like roads anywhere: greyish tarmac, some only wide enough for one vehicle, the majority wide enough for two to pass. There will often be a white line down the middle of the latter. As the village has good car parking and lies at the junction of two major roads (A-roads) it's unlikely that you'll have any difficulties with driving.

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by leics

See my previous reply to your question.

I should have added that VT has pages and tips on Spean Bridge:


Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by leics

Ignore the above comment about previous question: VT glitch!

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by Maxus

You are handy for Fort William, which is the busiest town in that part of the world you get to go Glen Coe, which is pretty stunning (you not a Campbell are you) and there is a railway station so you there is another way to escape

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by Beausoleil

Hi. Your Home Page doesn't say where you live so I'm not sure what to compare the roads to. If you've ever driven in the US, compare the roads to the typical state highway. They are two lane, marked in the middle. If you get off the main roads, you may run into 1-1/2 lane roads or even one lanes roads with pull-offs. Everyone is very polite about the pull offs and we had no trouble. If you are looking at Inverness and Spean Bridge, you will have excellent two-lane roads. There are not a lot of double highways, dual carriagways, Interstate-type roads in Scotland and they are near Edinburgh and Glasgow. Traffic is very light in the countryside so you really don't need four lanes.

If you've driven in France, they would be comparable to most N and D roads. They are well paved, well taken care of and little traffic.

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by hawkhead

But don't forget that no matter what it looks like on the map, it will take you much longer than you think to drive from A to B.

Re: has anyone any tips about spean bridge

by Beausoleil

Ah, hawkhead, so true; so true. 8^)

Travel Tips for Inverness

A true local food 'hero'; feel-good food & service


This little gem can be found on Huntly Street, right by the River Ness. The food is superb, freshly cooked and is well worth the wait. The staff were very friendly.

Inside the decor is dusky coral with dark wood floors and wall panelling lit by bronzed candelabras. With real ales on tap and a tasty bar food menu (all reasonably priced), this roomy pub attracts a diverse clientele.

We visited here twice and were impressed by their seasonal dining options and menu specials. But somehow The Waterfront appears more inviting to me on a cold, grey winter's day... in the summertime, you'll want to head somewhere more "al fresco" :-) Opening Hours:
Open 7 days a week.
Bar: 11.30am (12.30 Sunday) to 11.00pm (12.00 Friday & Saturday).
Lunch: 12noon (12.30 Sunday) to 02.15pm.
Dinner: 05:00pm to 09.00pm.

Visit Ft. George

by kathymof

Ft. George is still a working fort. It was built to subdue the rowdy Highlanders after the Jacobite Rebellion. You cross an interesting draw bridge over the moat to enter the fort and then can walk around to visit the ramparts, the chapel, the museum and a few other places that are open to the public. The ramparts are great for seeing dolphins in the Moray Firth - the views are wonderful as the Fort is surrounded by water on three sides. It is very well maintained and is quite impressive.

There is a little cafe where you can get a simple meal - nice place to have tea.


by gmg61

The northernmost city of Scotland, is located at the same latitude of Southern Scandinavia.
The river Ness flows through it and gives it a special character. Lovely nightilife in spite of the high latitude and climate!

Don't miss a visit to the mysterious Loch Ness!


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