The closest airport to all courses is Inverness (INV). Inverness Airport offers a range of daily flights to and from a number of key destinations including; London (Heathrow, Gatwick & Luton), Amsterdam (Schiphol), Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast City, Stornoway (Isle of Lewis), Kirkwall (Orkney) and Sumburgh (Shetland).
The Kingsmills Hotel is a fabulous four-star luxury hotel in Inverness. Set in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, we offer a variety of extremely luxurious rooms, impeccable dining options and good old-fashioned Scottish hospitality to all our guests.
CULLODEN HOUSE HOTEL
This historic Inverness luxury hotel stands in nearly 40 acres where you are free to wander about the woodland and private gardens to enjoy the exceptional peace, tranquility and majesty of the grounds.
BLACK ISLE BAR & ROOMS
Above Black Isle Bar, we have 14 private en-suite rooms that are perfect for a stopover in the city.
Explore our distillery (situated just off the A9, 15 miles south of Inverness) and learn how we produce our award winning whiskies. You will learn about the unique legacy of Tomatin which, having started in 1897, is the driving force for the company today. Finish up with three of our Tomatin Single Malts, each revealing why we are the ‘softer side of the Highlands’.
Life at Black Isle Brewery is unlike any other brewery. We’re proud to produce organic, homegrown beer in the Highlands, near the village of Munclochy. Surrounded by beautiful farmland; you’ll find plenty of great-tasting beer, Hebridean sheep and a colourful, organic vegetable garden. We run daily tours, and during the busy summer months they run on average twice per hour.
Visit Inverness Loch Ness offers potential visitors a comprehensive resource for planning and booking holidays and short visits to this beautiful part of Scotland and an insight into the rich history and culture of the area.
The magnificently situated Urquhart Castle, on the banks of Loch Ness, remains an impressive stronghold despite its ruinous state. Stunning views of the Loch can be obtained from the visitor centre veranda. Following the 1746 defeat at Culloden of Bonnie Prince Charlie, George II created the ultimate defence against further Jacobite unrest. The result, Fort George, is the mightiest artillery fortification in Britain, if not Europe.
The richly researched, stimulating and sensitive Culloden Visitor Centre, which stands beside the battlefield, features artefacts from both sides of the battle and interactive displays that reveal the background to the conflict. It is both a monument and a guide to a pivotal day in history.