Inverness Travel Guide
Inverness Parks & Gardens
Falls Of Foyers Don't take the high road, just take the low road south of Loch Ness. This is a half hour drive through a beautiful forested area, underrun by tourists. The waterfall feeds the Loch from the hills. After your visit you can relax in the friendly cafe opposite for a traditional Scottish high tea.
Inverness Restaurants and Bars
Cafe 1 - 75 Castle Street. The food here is well-cooked Scottish fare, which uses excellent local ingredients.
River Cafe - 10 Bank Street. The wholefood lunches and evening meals on offer here are very healthy. But if you want to indulge your sweet tooth, try the excellent selection of freshly baked cakes.
Woodwards - 99 Castle Street. This is an up market restaurant serving interesting modern Scottish cuisine. It is quite a formal, upmarket. Restaurant and just the place to go for a special occasion.
Herbivore - 38 Eastgate. A vegetarian restaurant which remains open throughout the day and into the evening.
Inverness Bars & Clubs
Blackfriars - Academy Street. This is a very lively pub, which provides live entertainment every night of the week. The ceilidhs at which locals and tourists alike let their hair down, are especially popular.
Station Hotel Station Street. This is Inverness's main gay-friendly venue. It is located next to the railway station and is popular with the local gays.
Clachnaharry Inn - Clachnaharry Road. This is a traditional Scottish pub situated by the Caledonian Canal overlooking the loch. Good pub food with real ales and a vast array of single malts are on offer here.
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