Ardgowan B&B Inverness
Inverness B&B Accommodation
Traditional Highland Hospitality Assured

Ardgowan B&B
Ardgowan is a semi-detached Victorian villa in a quiet residential area within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the city centre, bus and train stations. Guests can easily walk to the shops, restaurants, cinema, theatre, castle and museum. We are just 5 minutes walk from the River Ness.
We offer all our visitors a very warm welcome and are happy to help out with our local knowledge to ensure you make the most of your trip to the Highlands.
We have off-street parking and storage for bikes.
We have a range of spacious bedrooms:
Single - Twin - Double - Family

En-suite bedrooms are available.

Please note that the house is non smoking.

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breakfast room photo All bedrooms are centrally heated and have TV and tea/coffee making facilities.

We offer the choice of a full Scottish breakfast or Continental breakfast if you prefer.

We are happy to recommend places to eat in Inverness, such as cafes, restaurants, hotels and take-aways but would be grateful if you do not bring hot food back to your room.

B&B prices FROM £30 per person

Email us
to check vacancies and make a booking.

We are open all year.

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River Ness

Inverness City has a lot to offer visitors. It is an ideal touring base for visiting the Highlands of Scotland.

Nearby places of interest include Loch Ness, Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor Castle, Fort George, Brodie Castle and Beauly Priory.
Other day trips can include Nairn, Speyside, Fort William, Eilean Donan Castle near Skye, the Caithness and Sutherland coastline... the possibilities are endless!

The castle, cathedral, River Ness and Eden Court Theatre are all just a short walk from the B&B. And you'll find plenty to do in the city centre with shops, pubs, restaurants and the Eastgate Shopping Centre.

Inverness Castle

How to Book

For further details or to make a booking
please contact us direct:

45 Fairfield Road
Inverness IV3 5QP
Telephone: +44 (0)1463 236 489

We look forward to welcoming you to the Highlands!

Click here for a Google street map of our location
Arriving by car on the A82
(from the south/west)

After crossing over the Caledonian Canal, continue on the A82 heading towards the city centre. Shortly after passing the Highland Council offices on the right, the road winds to the right. At the traffic lights, turn left into Kenneth Street and you will find Fairfield Road is the second turning on your left.

Arriving by car on the A9
(north/south) or A96 (east)

Leave the A9 at the roundabout nearest the bridge over the firth by taking Longman Road (the A82). Continue on this road, following the signs for Fort William, crossing Friars Bridge and then left into Kenneth Street. Halfway along Kenneth Street, turn right into Fairfield Road.

Arriving on foot from the train or bus station

Leave the train station by the main entrance onto Academy Street, cross the road at the traffic lights and continue along Academy Street heading right past the main entrance to the indoor Victorian market. Turn left into Queensgate and walk past the Post Office. (If arriving at the bus station, simply walk down the road to the traffic lights where you can cross over Academy Street. Head left and turn right into Queensgate). Walk to the end of Queensgate and then continue in the same direction down Fraser Street to the river. Cross the road at the traffic lights and walk across the pedestrian bridge. Continue in a direct line up Greig Street to the junction with Kenneth Street. Fairfield Road is then directly opposite.

External Links:

Sightseeing and travel information about the local area including Loch Ness
is available in The Internet Guide to Inverness

Tartan-clad tour guide Cameron Ross offers a historic walking tour of Inverness - look for him outside the tourist office. Distillery and castle tours around the Highlands by car can also be booked in advance for up to 6 people.

Scotland Travel - includes lots of photos and accommodation

Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Inverness and District

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