- Reviews: 74
Bught Park Caravan Park & Campsite: Camp Right In Inverness!
We didn't know what to expect when we arrived in Inverness, but we were pleasantly surprised when we found Bught Park. Fenced off, grassy, level, and secure, this large park is located perfectly on the outskirts of Inverness. It's only about 15 minutes walk into town and there are regular buses, but the park itself is located next to an indoor water park, a floral hall, the gorgeous River Ness walk, a mini-golf course, an incredible children's park with paddleboats and more, and even an ice-skating arena. A 10 minute walk takes you to Eden Court Theater for performances and films. The park has a shop and a self-catering internet cafe, the latter of which had the most reasonable prices we found in Britain. The owners are knowledgeable and friendly, and did everything in their power to make our stay a great one!
The showers are hot and the bathroom blocks are clean, but the fantastic thing here is the location and the price. Perfectly affordable, we paid just 6 pounds per night for two people and a small tent. Also, we didn't encounter friendlier owners than these at any other campsite in Britain.
- Reviews: 19
Balblair Cottages: Farm Living in the Highlands
There are three adjoining cottages on this farm. We stayed in the Bothy, which sleeps two in an attic bedroom accessible by spiral staircase.
The kitchen had everything we could need; living room was adequate, though I found the couch a bit uncomfortable. Heating was plentiful, TV serviceable, bathroom fine. Not luxury accommodation, but clean and decently appointed; I thought it good value for the price.
The farm setting is unusual, the location peaceful and the local animals very cute. Not that easy to find, though there is a map on their website (wish we had taken it with us).
- Reviews: 95
Lochness Backpackers: Only backpackers in Drumnadrochit
This hostel is great. The people are very friendly and there are lots of tips on what to do in the aeria. In the evening there is even a short information about what to do!
It's very clean!
- Reviews: 117
B&B in Inverness
It was a very nice B&B! Really cozy with al very lovely old lady who runs it!
very comfortable place with lots of nice people!
- Reviews: 714
Heathfield B&B: B&Bs in Inverness
I stayed at this B&B at the southernmost end of Kenneth Street, a road that is more or less entirely populated by mid-priced bed-and-breakfast establishments. The higher-end accommodations tend to be on the eastern embankment of the Ness, but I was pretty happy at this place. It was clean and comfortable, with a massive breakfast that kept me going all day long. It's a few steps from St. Andrew's cathedral and just two blocks from the river, an easy walk across to the main part of downtown.
- Reviews: 4
Bay Farm Cottages, Munlochy: Hamster Cottages
I found these cottages quite by chance on the internet, the name of the company caught my eye. The price was very good and they are located only about 14 miles from Inverness town centre. When we arrived we were absolutely amazed at the quality of the accomodation. There are two cottages next door to each other, each one sleeps four people. On walking through the patio doors you come into an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area with big comfy chairs, a large dining table and a generous kitchen. Above is a balcony sitting room with television, a huge picture window and small library of books about wildlife and the area.There are two spacious bedrooms, one double, one twin each with ensuite bathroom. The beds are lovely and comfortable with big fluffy duvets, the one at the front has a bay window with a beautiful view of the bay (see my picture on the front page, it was taken out of the front door). There are chickens on the patio, all kinds of birds flying around and cashmere goats in the field next door. Our favourite memory of our stay was when we turned out all the lights on a clear night and sat with blankets and scottish whiskey (well you have to when in scotland etc etc) and watched the night sky, spotting shooting stars and listening to the wildlife around.
The only fault I would find with the cottages was that to reach them you have to go along a single dirt track which is a bit hard on your car, but since we were out almost every day we only had to use it twice a day to come and go.
All in all this is fabulous accomodation and we paid under £300 for 1 week for 4 people - outstanding value in my opinion.
- Reviews: 1677
Kilmore Farmhouse: Kilmore Farmhouse
We stayed at the Kilmore Farmhouse in Drumnadrochit (try to pronounce that one, it's not easy!). It was a nice B&B a little way out of town...
We paid 36 pounds for a nice double room (breakfast included of course).
They had two highland cows - Eileen & Jackie and even gave me some bread to feed them while taking photos. ;)
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