Mar 24, 2019 - Mar 25, 2019

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The Scottish City by the Sea

Located along the northeast coast of Scotland, Inverness is the largest city and considered one of the most cultural cities in the Scottish Highland region.  When visiting the city, there are some must-see stops to complete your adventure.  You will want to make sure to check out the 19th century Inverness Cathedral located in Old Town, the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery that shows the cultural and historical journey of the Scottish Highlands, and the indoor Victorian Market.

Where Can I Book Hotels in Inverness?

During your search for cheap hotel accommodations in the Inverness area, check out Skyscanner to find the best hotels and the best deals.  Skyscanner’s easy to use hotel search tool can help you search for the accommodations and amenities you need at the price you can afford.  You can sort results and narrow down your options by hotel rating, price, and even what amenities they offer.

Where are the Hotels Located in the Inverness, Scotland?

One of the areas that have the most accommodations in the city of Inverness is along the River Ness along the banks and up to where the mouth of the river meets the Beauty Firth.  Not only will you find great hotels in this area, but many will cover with some waterfront river views.

How Much Can You Expect to Pay for Accommodations?

The price of accommodations in the Inverness area ranges widely depending on the star ratings as well as the desired amenities.  For hotels with a lower star rating or more basic amenities, you can expect to pay approximately $45 to $65 per night.  On the higher end of the price range, you could expect to pay anywhere from $80 to $140.

Can I Find a Boutique Hotel in Inverness?

Inverness has multiple 4-star boutique hotel options on the area available for your stay.  The hotel rooms range from cozy bed and breakfast accommodations to chic and refined rooms with fine dining options.  A couple of the boutique hotels available in the area include:

  • Columba Hotel Inverness by Compass Hospitality
  • Rocpool Reserve Hotel
  • Moyness House

What Hotel Amenities can You Expect to Find in Inverness Hotels?

When choosing a cheap hotel in the Inverness area, there are a wide array of amenities to pick from when deciding on your hotel option.  Some of the hotels offer traditional Scottish grill fare, castle views, fitness centers, full kitchens, pools, spas, and a range of dining options.  You can also find in-hotel pubs, free Wi-Fi, and custom designed rooms.

4 and 5-Star Hotels in Inverness, Scotland

Inverness, Scotland has many star option hotels to choose from in the area.  If you are looking for 4 and 5-star accommodations some of the most popular options include:

  • Columba Hotel Inverness by Compass Hospitality
  • Inverness City Suites
  • Kingsmills Hotels
  • Corriegarth
  • Pentahotel Inverness
  • Rocpool Reserve Hotel
  • Kingsclub & Spa Hotel
  • Trafford Bank Guest House
  • Ardentorrie House Bed & Breakfast
  • And many more with our Skyscanner Hotel Search Tool.

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What are travelers saying about Inverness?

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Member reviews (29)

Inverness means “on the River Ness”. I loved taking in the view of the river from the castle which is an easy walk from the center of town. Also I loved strolling the river banks and pedestrian bridges

Tracey S
Tracey S

Inverness is a great jumping off point for exploring the Scottish Highlands. From here you can start tours to the Orkney Islands or isle of skye. Inverness itself is lovely. Lovely walks along the river and criss crossing pedestrian bridges.

Alix F
Alix FEdinburgh, UK

Beautiful little town that serves as a base for exploring the Highlands. I was really impressed by the number of dining options here — and surprised to learn that most expected reservations for Saturday lunch. When in doubt, book ahead!

Greer & Mike
Greer & MikeWatamu, Kenya

Freezing - loved the people and the ambience... would love to get to know it better.


The least expensive month is March, with an average of $98 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Inverness is August, with an average price of $235 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $125 per night. This is 12% less than the average nightly price of $141 seen over the previous 12 months.

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