Covenanters Inn Nairn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Auldearn, Nairn, Scottish Highlands, IV12 5TG, United Kingdom
Covenanters Inn
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Costs 21% less but rated 28% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Inverness to Carliff

by JoAnnP

We need to get from Inverness to Carliff in July, we want to go the most convenience and not too expensive.

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by GrumpyL5

You'll probably have to change at Edinburgh Waverley. You could try cheap Bargain Births on the Scotrail sleeper to London, go to Paddington and get the FGW direct to Cardiff. Three changes in total plus London Underground.

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by GrumpyL5

Did you mean Cardiff in Wales?

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by JoAnnP

Yes Carliff,Wales

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by puerto_lover

Or do you mean Caerdydd ?

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by JoAnnP

carliff wales

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by leics

Themost convenient way is not the least expensive.

You can find train times and details on

Inverness>Cardiff tales 9+ hours with at least 2 changes of train. Cheapest one-way fare is 162.50

You can also go by coach (long-distance bus). This will take longer, but be cheaper. will give you times and details, and you would be sensible to book online in advance. Coach takes 14+ hours, standard one-way fare 81.10 GBP.

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by leics

Caerdydd, by the way, is the Welsh name for Cardiff.

There is only one Cardiff in the UK.

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by hawkhead

GrumpyL5, I love the idea of Bargain Births!!!! Should, I imagine, be Bargain Berths?

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by cubsur

You could fly from Inverness to Bristol with Easyjet ( then from Bristol Airport to the city of Bristol on the airport bus then from Bristol Temple Meads station to Cardiff by train, which is about 1 hour journey.

In summer 2009 the Easyjet flight operated once a day on weekdays and twice on Saturdays and Sundays. Flight time 1 hour 25 minutes.

If you can get a good price on the flight ticket that would possibly be more convenient and less expensive method than the train.

Re: Inverness to Carliff

by GrumpyL5

Well it is a long journey ;-)

Travel Tips for Inverness

take the car, bus or train and enjoy the scenery

by uglyscot

Inverness-shire is large and exploring the district when the weather is hot and sunny is a pleasant activity.There is something so relaxing about being surrounded by plants, animals and beautiful views. We all need to free ourselves from the stress of modern life, and put ourselves in touch with the natural environment is a good way of doing it.

Squares of Inverness

by Redang

- Main: Falcon square
- Second: Station square
- Third: Statue dedicated to The Battle of Tel el-Kebir or el-Tal el-Kebir between the Egyptian army and the British military fought near Tel-el-Kebir on 13 September 1.882 (Station square)..

inverness and the scottish highlands

by dervish

"first visit to scotland, brill."

stayed with my cousin in inverness so it saved on accommodation which was great. took my 3 kids too, as it was half term. we hired a people carrier so we were out early each morning ,and for 4 days we travelled all the highlands.

"weather perfect for sightseeing"

although it was only april the weather was surprisingly mild and almost warm.we went on loch ness, picnicked at urquarth castle(where braveheart was filmed) went to clava cairns, dunrobin castle, achiltibuie strand, stratfeffer, and ullapool on the west coast...

"wonderful place,lovely people."

after all that sightseeing we didnt do much shopping(lots of souvenirs,not much clothes shopping) on the day we did hit the inverness high street there was all the usual high street stores., but we were too tired after trekking all over the highlands on the previous 3 days!!!


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