Self catering holiday accommodation, caravans and chalets in Inverness
Inverness is a cosmopolitan town and is quite a contrast to the rest of the Scottish highlands. It has a very interesting history and is therefore a great place for someone to stay if they want to find out more about the place and Scotland in general. The city is in the north-east of Scotland and has a nice selection of holiday rental accommodation. You can choose an inner city apartment if you want to be right in the heart of the action or something more on the outskirts if you wish for a more peaceful time.
There is so much to do that it is a fantastic location for the whole family and you will find that there are far too many theatres, museums, art galleries, bars and shops that you will not have time to experience everything that the city has to offer however long your stay. There are lovely mountains surrounding the city and so if you want to do something different you can visit these and either walk around the foothills or climb the big mountains themselves. You can even see them from the city and so it will look quite different to probably any city that you have ever been to.
There are other fine things to do outside of the city such as golf, fishing and perhaps even skiing on the mountains if you plan your holiday at the right time of the year. Therefore renting holiday cottage accommodation here will guarantee you a fun packed holiday with activities that all of the family will want to join in with.
Luxury holiday cottages in Inverness are a great location for exploring the famous Loch Ness. This is where the legendary Nessie lives and so take your camera and you may get a photo of the monster. There are many other outdoor pursuits to take part in such as fishing and cycling as well as walking and sailing. You can also take part in some traditional country sports, game hunting and clay pigeon shooting. Or you can do something more mainstream such as tennis or golf.
Cheap cottage rentals in Inverness have more to offer than sports though. The countryside is so lovely that it is perfect for walking and enjoying the wildlife and plants that grow there. Many bird watchers and nature lovers stay in self catering holiday homes in Inverness as do artists and photographers. There are also plenty of buildings to explore, using holiday accommodation in Inverness as a base.
With a castle, priory and old church as well as a fort and other ancient buildings in the area, there is certainly plenty to see. Historians will want to travel about twenty minutes from their holiday rentals in Inverness to visit the Culloden battlefield which has a visitors centre explaining all about the area. Visitors will find that the summers are quite mild here and therefore the most popular time of the year but spring and autumn are still quite pleasant although with more chance of rain.