Both intimate and charming, the inn holds a prime place in the colourful history of the area and still today remains at the heart of the local community. There has been an inn at Inchmore for over 270 years and it has provided food and shelter to diners and travellers through the years and has seen Inverness change from a sleepy highland capital to the vibrant, exciting young city it is today. This establishment comprises a total of 10 rooms and guests are offered a bar and a breakfast room.
This inn is located in the small village of Inchmore, formerly known as the Bog Roy, on the A862 just 7 miles from Inverness. It is ideally situated close to Inverness Airport and only a short distance from Aberdeen Airport, whilst Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports are within 3 hours' drive.
This inn has comfortable bedrooms which all offer en suite facilities as well as tea and coffee making facilities, a telephone and TV.
Check in: 12h. Check out: 10:30h.
Direct dial telephone