What to do

Inverness is set in the heart of the Highlands and is a vibrant city in a prime location making it an ideal destination for exploring Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness (the home of Nessie) and many more.

Loch Ness
This beautiful loch full of mystery, all thanks to a long creature that circles the deep waters occasionally raising his head above the water for a picture.

Outlander Fans must visit Culloden Battlefield!
On 16 April 1746, the final Jacobite Rising came to a brutal head in one of the most harrowing battles in British history.Jacobite supporters, seeking to restore the Stuart monarchy to the British thrones, gathered to fight the Duke of Cumberland’s government troops. It was the last pitched battle on British soil and, in less than an hour, around 1,500 men were slain – more than 1,000 of them Jacobites. It is both a monument and a guide to a key day in history.

Golf For the keen golfer there are golf courses in Nairn, Royal Dornoch, Spey Valley and Castle Stuart Golf Links.

Wild Life Cruises Cruise the waters of the Moray Firth, Britains premier spot to observer dolphins – you may also encounter Ospreys, Red Kites & Seals.

Where to eat?
There is a wealth of award-winning restaurants to discover in every part of the Highlands, many with beautiful views for your eyes to feast upon while you dine.

Café One Warm welcome and delicious food!

Mustard Seed Menu that combines traditional, Scottish and European cuisine.

Rocpool tasting food that is inspired by flavours from around the world, with fine local ingredients.