The Waverley Guest House, 25 Union Street, Inverness
Guest House Accommodation in Inverness
The Waverley Guest
House, 25 Union Street, Inverness, IV1 1QA
This Guest House is situated right in the heart of the city centre, perfect for site-seeing, shopping and sampling the nite-life of Inverness.
We have a variety of room types available, for example:
Spoil yourself by booking out King Size Deluxe Room, which comes with a super-king size bed, en-suite bathroom, flat screen tv, tea/coffee making facilities.
Here is one of our two family rooms, ideal for families or a small group of friends as they can hold up to three adults.
Our standard double rooms, most of which are en-suite, are furnished with flat screen tv, tea/coffee making facilities.
"Please note: the guest house in unsuitable for people with mobility problems as the guest house and reception is located on the first floor"
Our single rooms are warm and cosy.
Our twin rooms are ideal for friends travelling together
Our continental breakfast is provided every morning in the breakfast area, free of charge to all of our guests
Things to do in Inverness
All of the below are a stone's throw from the guest house
If you fancy a stroll, the River Ness with views of the castle is a nice place to visit.
For evening entertainment, there are many pubs and restaurants situated close to the guest house, including the world famous 'Hootananny's', a 2 minute walk from the guest house.
Loch Ness is a 30 minute drive from most of the Waverley Inn Group's properties, during in which you can see some of the most scenic parts of the Highlands.
A very old scottish story is that there is a monster that lives deep in the waters of Loch Ness. The story goes back to the year 500ad when images of a strange being were carried into rocks located near the Loch. Since then people have flocked to the area hoping to see the monster which has been named The Loch Ness Monster, or Nessie for short.
Take a trip to Loch Ness and see for yourself the beauty of the area and if you can spot Nessie.
There are numerous boat trips that can be taken to try and spot Nessie. Loch Ness has the largest volume of water in the British Isles and the depth of the water is 230 metres deep. Taking a guided tour is the best way to see the whole area, including the histrorical landmarks and beautiful sights. This is the ideal spot totry and find Nessie.
St Columba in 565ad is the earliest recorded encounter with The Loch Ness Monster. The monk apparently saw a large sea-like creature attacking and killing people in Loch Ness. He told the creature to stop and commanded it that it went back into the Loch. The creature obeyed and so visitors to the Loch are safe.
Nessie made the local news in 1933 when a couple said they saw a huge animal out in the Loch. More and more people said they saw the creature too, so a media frenzy ensued. Colonel Robert Wilson produced an image of a serpentine creature in 1934. This was thought to be evidenace that the Loch Ness Monster existed but it was eventually proven to be a hoax.
Many people still believe The Loch Ness Monster exists and there have been numerous attempts to try and prove it. No one knows for sure if the Loch Ness Monster exists, but you can have lot's of fun trying to spot the monster, while enjoying all the delightful scenery of the local area.