12 Amazing Facts about Inverness

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT INVERNESS The very First British Cabinet meeting held outside of London, took place in Inverness. The city was only given a city status in 2001 however unlike [...]

Inverness Castle

Inverness Castle is situated on view Pl and Castle road overlooking the River Ness, its known as the red sandstone castle, built in 1836 by Architect William Burn, the castle is currently still [...]

Plodda Falls

Plodda Falls is beautiful waterfall situated inside Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, it’s about 151 feet high, during the 1880’s the waterfall was a popular tourist destination [...]

Chanonry Point

Chanonry Point is situated at the end of the Chanonry Ness, a spit of land extending over a mile south east into the Moray Firth, its a really popular place among tourist and locals and is one of [...]

St Andrew’s Cathedral Inverness

The St Andrew’s Cathedral situated in Inverness, Scotland near the banks of the River Ness. The seat of the Bishop of Moray, it was one of the first protestant cathedrals to be completed in [...]

Urquhart Castle

Urquhart was once one of Scotland’s biggest castles, during it’s 500 years as a fortress it has saw a number of conflicts and battles between the Scots and the English during the wars [...]

Cawdor Castle

The Cawdor Castle is situated on the east bank of the steep sided valley of the Allt Dearg, just about five smiles south of Nairn. The castle was built around the 15th century, as a tower house [...]

Best places to visit in inverness

Inverness is known as the highlands capital city, the city seats where the river Ness meets the Moray Firth, it’s becoming one of Europe’s fastest growing cities, due to over of a [...]