There is not one aspect of our experience at Inverglen that could have been improved on. Susan is right at the top of all the chefs and bakers we have encountered in many stays in guesthouses in the UK and Ireland (wow, the muffins)! John is unsurpassed in his recommendations of restaurants, tourist routes and attractions - what really sets him apart is that he does not just recommend, he goes the next step and makes all reservations, including lining up a taxi service in another town to pick up the spouses who didn't have a car that day. We stayed a week, but we can't wait to stay again.
Among John's recommendations, two attractions stand out - Benromach Distillery and Culloden Battlefield. Castle Tavern and Cawdor Tavern were two of our favorite eating/drinking places. If you go to Castle Tavern on Friday or Saturday night, the bartender upstairs is an IT trainer who bartends just for fun - and he is a whoot!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Inverglen is a Victorian stone villa built in 1894 with many traditional features as well as modern comforts. Our B&B is situated in the quiet residential Crown area, which is only five minutes walk to the centre of Inverness. Therefore, the range of shops, restaurants & pubs are easily visited, while leaving your car in our private car park.The Inverness Railway Station and Inverness Bus Station are also only 5 to 10 minutes walk away or, if your cases are heavy, a very short and inexpensive taxi ride. Inverness Airport is only 15 minutes away by car. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inverglen Guest House Inverness, Scotland