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What does book direct mean?Contact us to book your stay in Inverness! Peruse our website, send us an email, give us a call, text us, send a Facebook Direct Message or an Instagram message! There are many ways to get in touch with us and we’d love to hear from you!Hopefully you’ll be booking a stay with us in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. Our website has a plethora of information about our guest house, the location we are in, the best bars and restaurants in Inverness city centre and what to see and do in Inverness and in the…

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Motorcycle Parking at The Ness Guest House-Barry Smith TT and World Champion

The Ness Guest House, a Biker Friendly Bed and Breakfast

My first bike was a Honda VF500, bought secondhand in Edinburgh in 1995. It had an after market fairing and a diy paint job but was great fun to ride! A few years (and motorcycles!) later, life in Inverness (the capital city of the beautiful Scottish Highlands) is good and I’m out on the open roads, whenever I can, on some of the most scenic routes in the country. That’s one of the best things about Inverness, you don’t have to ride for long before you find yourself in the most stunning of landscapes. Inverness is also the official start…

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Information panel for the Raigmore Cairn

The Stone Circle That Walked

I’m intrigued by standing stone circles, they are fascinating things.  Firstly I’m astounded by how long they’ve survived and that I can place my hand on an object put there by someone thousands of years ago.   The engineering used to create these mysterious places is impressive, as often they are geometrically correct and aligned to astronomical events.  Then there’s the most captivating aspect to stone circles, why do they exist?  What was their purpose?  Are they burial sites, observatories for watching the stars, do they depict solar/lunar cycles, are they places for social rituals or symbolic of a different set…

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