The Chieftain Hotel

2 Millburn Road, Inverness, IV2 3PS, United Kingdom
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64%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
44%
33
Very Good
16%
12
Average
4%
3
Poor
12%
9
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22%
17

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  • Couples68
  • Solo50
  • Business40

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Forum Posts

Glencoe hospital

by Moragsey01

Can anyone email a photo of the old Glencoe hospital? I recently visited Glencoe, took photos and downloaded them onto a portable CD writer but found out, on return to OZ that they were the only ones that did not copy properly.

Re: Glencoe hospital

by scotlandscotour

When I next pass through I will take pictures and post to you. I don't know when. Maybe someone local will pop round and take some for you sooner.

Best wishes from Perth, Scotland.

Malcolm

Travel Tips for Inverness

At Inverness marina

by daarth

As far as I remember there was one more lock after the sea locks before we entered a larger basin were the marina was. The marina is owned by the British Waterways, and using a birth there is included in the Canal fee. It is a pleasant marina with all facilities.

We came in the morning and decided to stay till the next day since we had some repairs to do on the boat. (We hit 2 storms crossing the North Sea). We found a Volvo Penta dealer for engine parts a 20-minute walk up the canal, and there were many supermarkets next to the marina for supplies

In the evening we had a good shower and found a great pub down towards the sea lock. There we met a group of English sailors that could tell hair-raising stories of Americans in rented boats that sailed the locks sideways! They had scratches on their boat to prove it :-)

The Ness Walk - As Described in Intro to Inverness

by scotlandscotour

Honestly, I don't think anything in the Inverness Town warrants "must see" status, in the bigger picture of Scotland. But if you are in Inverness for a few hours, you really should walk the Ness Walk.

A Delightful Walk Around Inverness - 1 hour

From the Town Hall (look up at the lovely architecture and ignore the gaudy MacDonalds opposite) and nearby Tourist Information Centre (particularly friendly staff in this one) walk downhill to the River, but don't cross.

Turn left and walk upstream, with the water on your right hand side. Pass the white suspension bridge and continue to a second, smaller bridge, which then takes you via lovely wooded islands across the river.
Once across the river, turn right and head downstream (river still to your right). Again ignore the white suspension bridge. Optional stop in Eden Court to check out events for evening, and or a cup of tea!

Continue alongside river past the main bridge (traffic) and carry along until you reach another footbridge, which you cross to get back to City Centre.

the courtyard

by shivan

---continuing---
This place is very big, as it has been built during the eighteenth century to host a large army, some thousand soldiers, to prevent revolts in the highlands and to protect the kingdom from possible invasions from France.
It was the same grey cold and windy day when I wen there, and possibly my mood was influenced by this fact.
The point was that I found the place impressive for its size but not for other reasons.
---continues---

INVERNESS... it's bloody cold up there...

by blackmamba

"brrrrr"

After have been in Edinburgh, wher it was warm, we got suprised by the snow..
Inverness was a nice city, hope to see it again and a bit more, also want to see Culloden.

"street of Inverness"

Inverness do not seem to be a big city, but we had some problems finding back to a street... I knew we had see the post offic, but coud not find it.. hehehe.. we did also se a very hansom young man there.. did't we Ladywolverin?? ;)

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