St Andrew’s Cathedral
The red-sandstone towers of St Andrew’s Cathedral date from 1869.
The 60-mile Caledonian Canal, which slices through the Great Glen from Fort William to Inverness, has a mixture of canal reaches, open...
Wide range of day tours to Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness, Culloden and even Skye. Fares per car (up to four people) range from £60 (two...
Eden Court Theatre
The Highlands’ main cultural venue – with theatre, art-house cinema and conference centre – Eden Court stages a busy program of drama,...
Ohhh, this place is dangerous. Bringing Belgian chocolates to the Highlands, Maya is the ultimate in sweet indulgence. It also serves up...
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Lonely Planet review
Book early for what we think is one of the the best-value restaurants in Inverness – a dining room that drips designer style, with smiling professional staff and truly delicious food prepared using fresh Scottish produce. The two-course lunch menu (£11) and three-course early-bird menu (£16, 5pm to 6.30pm) are bargains.