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Self Catering in Inverness

The Capital of the Highlands, Inverness is home to a huge variety of visitor attractions. The grounds of Inverness Castle can be explored while at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery you can learn more about the people of the Highlands and their ancient, natural and artistic history.

Plenty of entertainment is on offer from the city's Eden Court Theatre with its two theatre spaces and two-screen cinema or for a quieter but no less impressive show try Inverness Botanic Gardens. The Tropical House and Cactus House take you far beyond the Highlands of Scotland with a wide variety of plants on display, while you can buy something more domestic to take home as a souvenir of your visit.

Inverness has a great selection of restaurants and bars as well as shops to visit. Ranging from the distinctively Scottish to favourite high-street brands you’ll find plenty of choice both in the city centre itself and nearby.

While there is plenty to do in the city, a self-catering holiday cottage near Inverness also allows you to explore Inverness-shire and the wider Highlands. The village of Beauly is just half an hour's drive to the west of Inverness while a similar journey away to the North East you’ll find the seaside town of Nairn. Famed for its sandy beach, the town was known in Victorian times as "The Brighton of the North" and remains a popular holiday destination to this day.

And of course no trip to Inverness would be complete without attempting to spot the fabled Loch Ness Monster for yourself. Should Nessie fail to put in an appearance you can at least visit the Loch Ness Centre and Exhibition to learn more about what you missed!

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