Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel,

Contin by Strathpeffer


IV14 9EH


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01997 421265



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Craigdarroch  Lodge Hotel is only 20 minutes from Inverness Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel offers quality Inverness  hotel accommodation, close to Inverness in a lovely Highland setting. Craigdarroch caters for all needs whether you just want B&B or a half board package.

 Inverness is the Capital of the Highlands and was granted official city status in 2001 

 Historic, cultural and attractive with the River Ness running through the centre, you won't find a more pleasant place to visit. Over the last ten years Inverness has developed at quite a pace. Shopping , leisure and other facilities are far in excess of what you would normally expect to find for a population of only 50,000.  But importantly none of its charm has been sacrificed, Inverness still remains very much  Scotland's traditional Highland capital. And with excellent road , rail and air links to the rest of the U.K. Inverness makes a really good short break or weekend break destination. Craigdarroch is the ideal Inverness hotel, charming and peaceful with Inverness still easily accessible. See more of the true Highlands of Scotland on your holiday in Scotland and venture just that little bit further and you won't regret it.

Inverness boasts an array of facilities for the visitor to enjoy.................


The Inverness Aqua dome ~  with flumes and waves ~ for fun as well as serious swimming. Also fitness centre and sports centre.

Ness Islands -  islands of the river Ness linked by footbridges just the place to enjoy a bit of peace and quiet 

The Roller Bowl ~ bowling rink

Inverness Eden Court Theatre

Inverness Warner Village Multiplex Cinema or La Scala cinemas

Pringles Woollen Mill

Inverness Castle

The Caledonian Canal Cruise on the "Jacobite Queen" down Loch Ness. Sailings commence from Tomnahurich Bridge on the Caledonian Canal daily at 10.00 am and 2.00 pm. stay onboard for the round trip or disembark to explore Urquhart Castle and visit Drumnadrochit.

Inverness Floral Hall, Bught Park. Beautiful well established plants in hot house conditions, cactus house with trompe l'oeil and Koi carp pools.

Inverness shopping -everything from department stores to the quaint Victorian indoor market.

Inverness Museum and Art gallery

Inverness Ice Rink

Inverness football Stadium home to Caledonian Thistle

Culloden Battlefield

Loch Ness

Inverness Golf Club

St. Andrews Cathedral -Ness Walk built in1869

Sail from Inverness Harbour to see the Moray Firth Dolphins

Caledonian Canal Inverness

Whilst visiting Inverness be sure to take an open top bus tour of the city which includes stop at Culloden Battlefield.

Inverness light house with Kessock Bridge behind


On any tour of Scotland you just have to visit Inverness, but..........


Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel

Contin by Strathpeffer


Highlands of Scotland.

Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel offers quality Inverness hotel accommodation, close to Inverness in a lovely Highland setting. Craigdarroch caters for all needs whether you just want B&B in Inverness or a half board package.

It is situated 19 miles from Inverness just off the road to Ullapool.

The journey is only 20 minutes by car. 

We are happy to arrange transport to and from Inverness and also inexpensive car hire.

Craigdarroch "your favourite Inverness Hotel for your stay in the Highlands."

TELEPHONE  AND  FAX: +44 ( 0)1997 421265


Julia and Mark Garrison

Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel

Contin, by Strathpeffer.

Inverness  IV14 9EH


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