Drumossie Hotel

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Old Perth Road, Inverness, Scottish Highlands, IV2 5BE, United Kingdom
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
52%
153
Very Good
24%
71
Average
13%
38
Poor
5%
15
Terrible
4%
12

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 90% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families70
  • Couples75
  • Solo90
  • Business87

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Travel Tips for Inverness

ice hockey

by iaint

We've been to the Inverness ice rink a few times in the last 3-4 years.

The junior hockey club has been going through a bad spell (as many smaller clubs do, from time to time) due to lack of numbers. On my son's last visit for a league fixture his team won 29-2. No fun for the home team, or the watching parents on either side.

The rink is primarily based on curling, like so many in Scotland. However, it also has public skating and figure skating. Warm clothing - it gets cold in there. The rink does have a bar, which is warm. Its not usually open during ice hockey sessions, but you can sit in there to warm up!

stratfeffer village

by dervish

this charming little village is so quaint and lovely. not a lot going on ,apparently has a fantastic hot chocolate cafe but closed on sunday when we were visiting. we did visit the highland childhood museum,it was well worth going, the little shop sold really old fashioned toys,that i hadnt seen since my childhood, so i picked up a few of my old favs..in the museum there were so many hands on exhibits of old toys, and even a dress up box ,my kids really enjoyed it. also there was a story teller so they all sat down for fun games song and story . there was a lovely little cafe on site as well, and facepainting too.

Castle Stuart

by stevezero

Castle Stuart is another privately owned castle, which is an exclusive 5* hotel. So exclusive we could not even get through the locked gates (it was early morning)
Castle Stuart is an impressive structure with a main block and towers at the southern corners. Two angled square turrets, built up on corbels distinguish the north front. James Stuart, 3rd Earl of Moray, erected the castle between 1621-25. It was rebuilt to plans of James Maitland Wardrop in 1869 when the stair-cap, with open crown, was built on the west tower. The building gradually became ruinous and the roof of the central block collapsed. In 1978 Mr and Mrs Stuart, Canadian Scots, leased the building from Lord Moray and began restoration, a task that took 14 years to complete.

And Re-laaaaaaax

by calamityjayneuk

Inverness is one of my favourite places in Scotland. The city itself is growing at an alarming rate. There was a huge difference within just a couple of years since my last visit. I am a townie at heart and am used to my conveniences. Inverness now has big supermarkets, lots of shops, movie theatres, entertainment, take away food places etc – but just outside of the city you are in the tranquil, beautiful countryside. The air is so very clean and clear, the scenery is absolutely stunning and it is so relaxing. There are lots of attractions and things to do in the area, but in a place like this it is so easy to just walk and eat and enjoy the peace. I recommend highly for anyone who is stressed out.

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