The Crown

I cannot for the life of me parallel park a car! Maybe that’s why I’ve mostly lived in city centres – so that I can walk everywhere! Inverness definitely being the smallest city I’ve ever stayed in – it’s such a friendly place to live and easy to walk around, feels more like a big village! I walk everywhere in Inverness and I’m lucky that my B&B is located right in the city centre. I can walk to all the shops, restaurants and bars and since moving to Inverness from Edinburgh in 2012, I’ve also visited all the tourist attractions…

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Make Christmas 2020 a Wee Bit Special…

Under its twinkling Christmas lights, Inverness is the perfect place for all your Christmas shopping. Whether its for Christmas presents, a sparkly outfit for the day, decorations for the house or stocking up on festive food and drink... Inverness has a superb variety of shops where you can get it all!   The city centre boasts all the familiar high street stores such as Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, Next, Superdry and Primark (and plenty more!)  Inverness also has a great selection of unique, boutique style shops such as The Drawing Room, Judith Glue, Leakey’s Bookshop, Woodwinters Wines & Spirits, Mr…

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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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