Plodda Falls, Glen Affric

I love living in Inverness!  Maybe because I’m not originally from here, I still get that buzz when I discover a new place, uncover more of its historic past or make new friends. It’s officially a city but it feels like a big village to me!! :) . It has everything I need - plenty of shops, restaurants, cinemas, bars, parks and attractions but at this time of year, for me, the best thing about Inverness is that I have an abundance of wild and beautiful nature on my doorstep! It was mid September, the weather was looking good and after…

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Eco-friendly Stay at The Ness Guest House B&B

When we opened our B&B in 2012, we knew we wanted to offer our guests a comfortable room, a fantastic breakfast, great customer service and all this from the heart of the city centre of Inverness. However, the impact our wee business might have on the environment was a concern to us. How do we offer quality, comfort and great value for money for our guests while reducing the carbon footprint of our B&B?We thought of a few ideas and implemented these immediately – buying as much food as we can from local suppliers, using LED lightbulbs wherever possible, asking…

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The ‘c’ word

I reckon that a wee break from coronavirus overload is what we all need right now! Escape those same four walls, let someone else cook and take the time to recharge your batteries. A few days in Inverness will let you unwind, relax and immerse yourself in some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland. It's not that far to drive to Inverness from most places in Scotland with lots of interesting wee villages to stop and stretch your legs en route. We’re located in the centre of Inverness, a short walk to restaurants, pubs, shops and attractions. You can…

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