Book your holiday to the Scottish Highlands with one of our friendly B&B accommodation providers in Inverness. Enjoy welcoming bed and breakfast stays for couples, families or single travellers with en suite, private or shared facilities. We can offer a choice of budget, middle-priced or boutique B&Bs. Our local B&B owners offer a warm welcome and extensive local knowledge on the best places to visit.
10 of our members are with Freetobook and you can check their availability instantly via our Search by Date facility.
Alternatively you can contact all 15 of our B&Bs using our Enquiry form and our members will reply to you by email if they have availability.
Or you can explore our members individually using the Accommodation List.
Remember that booking direct with our B&Bs will offer you the best price and best service.
We look forward to welcoming you to Inverness in 2021. Check out our handy guide covering what you can see and do this summer from the Inverness Botanic Gardens and guided walks to dolphin spotting and historic castles.
Browse our accommodation pages to choose your B&B and book with them direct for their best available rates.
We look forward to welcoming you to Inverness and hope you enjoy your stay in capital of the Highlands of Scotland! Our members can give you their local tips about what to see, where to eat and how to make the most of your holiday.
Scotland's Highlands & Islands were listed in the top 5 'Best in Travel' destinations for 2019 by Lonely Planet. The Highlands were voted 'Top UK Destination' in the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards 2020. Discover historic Culloden Battlefield, Loch Ness and the monster Nessie, as well as fantastic scenery in Highland glens, lochs and mountains. Enjoy Loch Ness cruises and tours, dolphin spotting boat trips, visitor attractions, restaurants and shops. Visit the beautiful west coast, the Cairngorm National Park, the Isle of Skye, Orkney, Speyside or Royal Deeside. Explore castles, gardens, forests and quiet beaches. Tour whisky distilleries, Outlander locations, standing stones and Pictish trails. Inverness is also the start and end point of the popular North Coast 500 route around the northern Highlands.