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Inverness, known as the Capital of the Highlands, is only a pleasant two hours drive from Aberdeen City, through some stunning Highland scenery. Inverness is the fifth Scottish City and has some of the top shopping centres in Scotland. Here is some information, places to visit and where to book a Hotel in Inverness
Visitors with an interest in history will enjoy a visit to nearby Culloden Battlefield, an Iron Age Fort and Urquhart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness. You may even catch a glimpse of the resident monster, Nessie!
Those who are looking for a relaxing day out can enjoy the beautiful sandy beach in nearby Nairn.
Whatever your reason for visiting Inverness you can be assured of one think - you will find Highland hospitality wherever you go and will fall in love with this beautiful area.
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Book A Hotel In Inverness
The Ramada Jarvis Inverness Hotel overlooking the bonnie banks of the River Ness and near the ancient capital is surrounded by the idyllic scenery of the Highlands.
Inside the Ramada Jarvis Inverness Hotel there is a free superb Sebastian Coe Health Club which offers:
- An indoor pool
- Steam room
- Spa bath
All offering a relaxing way to start or end a day in the Highlands or to round off your business trip. These facilities are open from 7am until 10pm.
The Hotel offers its guests a restful night’s sleep followed by a fabulous breakfast with a wide choice of Scottish food which includes a traditional cooked breakfast, fresh fruit and yoghurt and a selection of pastries.
Lunch and dinner is also available at the Hotel and guests can choose to eat in the Waterside Arts Restaurant with formal service and views across the River Ness, a lighter meal in the lounge from an extensive menu or in the bar. Alternatively relax in the comfort of your bedroom with the room service menu.
Other facilities at the Hotel include:
- Free parking for up to 80 cars
- En-suite bathroom
- Trouser press
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Iron and ironing board
- BT Openzone in the rooms, a public-access wireless broadband (Wi-Fi) service that gets you online at high speed
- 24 hour room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Disabled access throughout the Hotel
- Discounted rates for long stay guests
- Bank holiday special rates
- Seasonal offers
- Easy to follow online booking process
Contact Address For Ramada Jarvis Inverness Hotel
Ramada Jarvis Inverness Hotel
Website to book a room or for more information: www.ramadajarvis.co.uk
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