Situated one mile from the city centre and only 6 miles from the airport Inverness Golf Club provides an excellent test of golf. The course, which has been used for The Northern Open, measures 6256 yards and although considered short by modern day standards it has many fine features which makes it a most enjoyable test of golf. The highlight of the course has to be the dog-leg 14th hole. At 475 yards it not only demands length and accuracy off the tee but an extremely narrow entrance into a small green normally requires the steeliest of nerves with a long iron or wood. The Clubhouse built in November 1997 has an upstairs lounge and dining room offering wonderful views of the course and surrounding areas.
Come and enjoy Highland collections in the heart of the Highland Capital! Situated in the centre of this beautiful tourist and market city, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery offers a welcome diversion to both visitors and locals alike. Explore our lively "Man in the Landscape" exhibition and our Discovery Centre, both on the ground floor. Pay a visit upstairs to look at a large range of silverware from the Inverness Area, authentic Highland weapons and bagpipes as well as an array of Scottish contemporary art. There is also our temporary exhibitions gallery, presenting a range of events and displays that reflect the cultural activity of the city and its surroundings. Inverness Museum and Art Gallery offers a great deal more than just exhibitions and displays. Lunchtime talks and recitals are often organised, as well as activities for children and adults.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club is a Scottish football team based in the city of Inverness. They are currently playing in the Scottish Premier League and are managed by Craig Brewster, who is also a player for the club. They play in blue, red and white strips, and are nicknamed Caley Thistle. Their home ground, Caledonian Stadium, is situated beside the Moray Firth, in the shadow of the Kessock Bridge. The club was formed as Caledonian Thistle F.C. in 1994 following the merger of Caledonian F.C. and Inverness Thistle F.C., both members of the Highland Football League, to fill a vacancy in the Scottish Football League.
Fairways is the Highlands premier golf, leisure and social location that caters for everyone in the family. It is the home of Loch Ness Golf Course, Fairways Driving Range and a host of associated facilities to keep you occupied every time you visit. Whether you wish to play golf, practice your swing, have a business meeting, party all night or simply relax with a meal and a drink Fairways is the place for you. It is the only location where you can mix business with pleasure without leaving the building. Whatever you choose to do at Fairways you will find a friendly relaxed atmosphere where we are one big, happy family but with everyone an individual.
Inverness Airport is the air gateway for the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and handles more than 330 scheduled flights a week to Scottish and UK destinations. It is the largest of 10 airports serving the region operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited. Scheduled flights operate daily to Inverness from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stornoway in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland. The airport is located 9 miles east of the City of Inverness just off the main A96 trunk road and its facilities include on site car hire, restaurant and bar, shop, and 650 pay car parking spaces. Taxis are available at the airport and buses operate to and from the airport terminal to Inverness city centre and towns to the east.
Fraser House Bed and Breakfast is an ideal base to explore the wonderful sights and scenery that the Highlands has to offer.
Inverness-Shire has something for everybody, why not take a trip on Loch Ness, a visit to Culloden battlefield or spend a day in Inverness exploring the shops and restaurants.
For the golfing enthusiast the local area is a haven with some of the best courses available at realistic rates, and if you fancy a real test the World famous Royal Dornoch Golf Club is just an hours drive and Nairn Links Golf Course is around a 30 minute drive.
A trip on the Moray Firth where dolphin spotting takes place, see the bottle nose dolphins and their young cavorting in the Firth, a sight that will live in the memory forever is a short 15 min. drive.
Fancy a dram? Why not take a trip to the Tomatin or Glenmorangie distilleries, or further afield you can explore the famous Malt Whisky Trail.
For those who don’t mind a little drive it will take you about 90 minutes to get to the Isle of Skye where there are many things to see an do, Skye is steeped in history and well worth a visit.