Rocpool Boutique Hotel and Restaurant, Inverness

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Rocpool Boutique Hotel and Restaurant Location

The Rocpool Reserve Hotel is located only a stone’s throw away from the famous Inverness Castle fortifications. It is situated in the city centre, only a 5 minute drive or 20 minute walk from the Inverness bus and train stations and a 20 minute travel from the Inverness Airport. The original Loch Ness Monster Visitor Centre is located 21km from this beautiful boutique hotel as well as the Loch Ness 2000 Exhibition Centre. The Inverness Museum and Art Gallery together with the Eden Court Theatre are sited less than 0.5 km, all you need to do in order to visit them is a short walk. For those who like shopping, the good news is that the Eastgate shopping centre is situated just 15 min away from the Rocpool Reserve.

Address: 14 CULDUTHEL ROAD - Inverness, IV2 4AG, United Kingdom

Rocpool Boutique Hotel and Restaurant Transports

  • Inverness Airport 10.0MI (20 min)
  • Inverness Railway Station 1.0MI (10 min)
  • Inverness Bus Station 1.0MI (10 min)

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Inverness

Inverness, United Kingdom A city atop the Highlands, Inverness, serves as a contemporary gateway to Scotland but is still well rooted in Gaelic heritage. Pubs, where whisky is the main drink, are energetic hubs where an unexpected song and dance by locals can happen at any time. Old world charm and trendy flair is available to those savvy shoppers in the Eastgate complex or retail parks. Boutique hotels in Inverness are fantastic. As for the historical landmarks in Scotland's most northern hill city, the 18th century fort, Fort George, is Europe's best preserved dated fort of its kind. The rolling hills are to south and west, while Loch Ness, home to the mythical sea beast, is a few minutes drive away. You may or may not see the monster, but you will definitely be able to observe several jovial dolphins in Moray Firth. Get more local, and visit the heartlands and riverscapes in Beauly and Strathglass; you'll surely have many photo ops and have some great genuine local tastes. We suggest the Rocpool Boutique Hotel and Restaurant in Inverness.