The Royal Highland Hotel

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One minute from alighting the train, 15 minutes from Inverness airport, and nestling in the vibrant and modern Highland capital of Scotland, is a true delight, a grand old lady iconic among famous hotels in Scotland, and a friendly, welcoming, real Scottish hotel of magnetic character and charm.

And Inverness hotels just don’t come more central than this! Guests savour two feasts here: the unmistakable hospitality and classical culinary experience of this grand hotel – and the freedom of one of the least crowded parts of Western Europe coupled with the enormous appeal of vibrant Inverness, leisure and business capital of the Highlands of Scotland as an outstanding destination base from which to enjoy and savour a veritable kaleidoscope of activities, great shopping, touring and sightseeing opportunities which surround and abound.

Proud to have been serving the Highlands since 1850, looking after travellers from all over the world. Perhaps its popularity stems from the fact the hotel is a grand place to stay. Large bedrooms, large lounge areas, quiet meeting rooms, good food, prime location and friendly staff all play their part. All local amenities close to hand, but within a 5 minute drive you are out into the dramatic Highlands. Loch Ness is only 7 miles from the hotel. 

Traditional links golf, tranquillity, solitude and outstanding natural beauty – the Highlands of Scotland provides some of the best championship golf courses in the country, to suit every budget and every ability.

Superb links courses, many the work of Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Donald Ross attract the major winners of today, who visit the Highlands of Scotland for the pure personal pleasure of walking the natural seaside turf.

Around Inverness you can play a tremendous selection of parkland and links courses including the not to be missed Fortrose and Rosemarkie on the Black Isle, Inverness itself or the more recently built Loch Ness Golf Club on the edge of town.