Easter in Inverness – finding accommodation

If you’re planning on spending Easter in Inverness, the Inverness Guest House Association can help you to find first class Inverness accommodation. Easter is traditionally a very busy period in Inverness and 2010 is no exception, with bed and breakfast vacancies for early April filling up fast.

Our Inverness bed and breakfast association offers some of the best accommodation in Inverness. It is the largest organisation of quality Inverness B&Bs, and the only one in which all members have been granted a grading classification by either the Automobile Association or VisitScotland (the Scottish Tourist Board). Membership is only extended to bed and breakfasts and guest houses which are within the city itself, so you can be assured of staying in a high quality Inverness B and B with easy proximity to the city centre.

Check out The Inverness Guest House Association‘s bed and breakfasts and guest houses, which feature a variety of ambiences for a range of budgets, but all offering best Inverness accommodation.


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Tour Inverness – riverside rickshaw tours

If you are looking for a fun way to see Inverness try a riverside rickshaw tour!

Operated by “the man in the kilt” from outside the Tourist Information Office on Bridge Street, the tours run every 30 minutes from 9 am and cost £30.

Also available are Historical Walking Tours, Crime and Punishment Tours, Car Tours, Distillery & Brewery Tours, bike hire, and general help and advice. Highly recommended for an enjoyable and informative way to discover Inverness.

For more information visit Happy Tours, or your Inverness accommodation provider will be happy to help. For a full list of the best B&B accommodation in Inverness, visit our Inverness bed and breakfast association website.


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New Year’s Eve in Inverness – Hootananny Hogmanay Extravaganza

If you plan to spend New Year’s Eve in Inverness, don’t miss the Hootananny Hogmanay Extravaganza – a great night of music and celebration.

The following acts will be helping to see in 2010:

HootanannyRuairidh MacMillian “BBC Radio Scotland Young Scottish Traditional Musician of the Year 2009” plus special guest The Scone Fairies

Mad Hatters – Mystic Shoes – The North’s number 1 party band!

The Bothy – Ben & Michelle – Stripped back acoustic guitar set with a stunning female voice.

Tickets are £12 and are available for purchase at the venue. Doors open at 8pm on Thursday 31 December and the party runs until 2 am on Friday 1 January.

If you haven’t yet booked your Inverness accommodation, don’t leave it too long as Inverness city centre B&Bs are filling up fast. The Inverness Guest House Association offers a selection of the best accommodation in Inverness, all quality assessed and graded by either the Automobile Association or VisitScotland. To find where to stay in Inverness, visit our bed and breakfast association website.


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