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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Strathspey Railway – steam train journeys near Inverness

The Strathspey Railway near Inverness offers a wonderful opportunity to take a steam train journey through spectacular Strathspey.

The train sets off from its base at Aviemore, then continues through Boat of Garten and on to Broomhill, on a nostalgic 20 mile journey along part of the original Highland Railway. The beautiful landscape varies from moorland, through woods, and along the sweeping River Spey, with the Cairngorm Mountains providing a majestic backdrop. There is a tea and coffee service and full bar service on the train.

There are special events on the Strathspey Steam Railwaythroughout the year, with the pinnacle for many children being the Santa train, which runs on several dates from mid December. The Santa train is tremendously popular and advance booking is essential. The Mince Pie Specials, running just prior to and just after New Year, are a great way to enjoy a mince pie and festive drink while the train steams through the winter landscape.

There are also regular opportunities to dine in style on board the Strathspey Clansman or the Strathspey Highlander.

Aviemore is an easy 40 minute drive down the A9 from Inverness. Check the Inverness Guest House Association website for a selection of the best accommodation in Inverness, and for more ideas for great things to do in Inverness.


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