Accommodation In Inverness & the Scottish Highlands


Hotel Accommodation in Inverness

The Scottish Tourist Board run a grading and classification scheme which can be used as a guide to quality. Five Stars being "World Class" for its category; four stars being "Excellent"; three stars being "Good"; two stars being "Above Average" and one star being "Acceptable". Having been a five star tour we can attest to the amount of continual effort that has to go into maintaining a high grading.

You can scroll down through the properties which go from 5 star at the top to ungraded at the bottom.

Quality Hotel Accommodation in Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands of Scotland

Quality B&B and Guest House Accommodation in the Highlands around Inverness

Quality Self Catering and Hostel Accommodation

Five Star Properties

RocPool Reserve Hotel rocpool Reserve Boutique Hotel, Inverness [from £165]

Four Star Properties

Bunchrew House Hotel, Inverness [from £73.50]

Columba Hotel, Inverness [from £95]

Culloden House Hotel - 5 miles east of Inverness [from £175]

Drumossie Hotel, Inverness [from £100]

Glenmoriston Hotel, Inverness [from £60]

Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness [from £88]

Lochardil House Hotel (Best Western), Inverness [from £72]  

Three Star Properties

Brae Ness Hotel, Inverness [from £30]

Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness [from £65]

Glen Mhor Hotel, Inverness [from £65]

Maple Court Hotel, Inverness [from £55]

Mercure Inverness Hotel [from £52.50]

Inverness Palace Hotel (Best Western), Inverness [from £49.90]

Royal Highland Hotel, Inverness [from £119]

Thistle Hotel Inverness, Inverness [from £75]

The Waterside Hotel, Inverness [from £70]

Two Star Properties

One Star Properties

Ungraded Properties

Just because a property is ungraded does not mean that it is not of a high standard. Sometimes properties are ungraded after changing ownership.

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