Sightseeing: Inverness & Highlands

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Inverness offers a variety of attractions for visitors, including Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Inverness Castle, Cathedral, Town House, Botanic Gardens. The tourist information centre is a short walk from Sunnyholm.

The castle is situated in the city centre overlooking the River Ness. You can climb to the top of the tower to see panoramic views over the city and the Moray Firth

For visitors interested in more historical attractions, Culloden Battlefield, where The Battle of Culloden was fought in 1746, has a visitors centre and is situated just five miles outside Inverness.

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The Loch Ness Visitors' Centre is situated 15 miles south west of Inverness in Drumnadrochit and offers an interactive experience. The exhibition considers the history of the famous Loch Ness Monster and the various research projects that have been carried out in search of the monster.

Another popular scenic destination from Inverness is the Cairngorms National Park which offers a variety of outdoor activities and winter sports. The Highland Folk Museum is also worth a visit to see how Highlanders used to live - especially interesting for fans of Outlander.

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For visitors wishing to enjoy a dram of Highland malt whisky, Tomatin distillery is situated 16 miles south of Inverness, with many other distilleries also within driving distance of Inverness.

For evening entertainment close to Sunnyholm, Eden Court Theatre and Cinema has a varied entertainment programme featuring plays, musicals, film, opera, comedy and dance productions which can be enjoyed after a riverside evening meal.

Sunnyholm Guest House, 12 Mayfield Road, Inverness IV2 4AE

Telephone: +44 (0) 1463 231336 Fax: +44 (0) 1463 715788 Email: sunnyholm@invernessguesthouse.com