Inverness CastleInverness Castle
Floral HallFloral Hall
Bellfield ParkBellfield Park
Inverness CathedralInverness Cathedral

Travel Planner

Travel Planner - How to get to 6 Connel Court Inverness, IV2 3EY

  • Flying to Inverness, daily flights are available from London and many other airports. The airport is called Dalcross and is 7 miles east from the centre of Inverness.
  • Travelling to Inverness by road, journey north on the A9. The A82 and A96 are also major roads into Inverness.
  • Inverness has regular rail links to other major towns and cities in Scotland.

Local Places to Visit

Inverness Cathedral
St Andrew's Cathedral in Inverness, the Mother Church of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness. A cathedral of the Scottish Episcopal Church designed by Alexander Ross who was based in the city. It is the seat of the Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness, ordinary of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness.

Floral Hall
Enjoy a tranquil break amidst beautiful floral displays. The Inverness Floral Hall is a sub tropical oasis of rest and calm Walk along the winding paths in the climatically controlled environment of the Floral Hall, pass fountains and ponds alive with sub-tropical fish. Continue into the award winning Cactus House which displays a wealth of succulents, and then into the attractive Dispay Gardens with raised beds that offer touch and scent for the partially sighted.

Inverness Castle
Situated on a cliff of chowder overlooking the River Ness, in Inverness, Scotland. The red sand stone structure evident today was built in 1836 by architect William Burn. It is built on the site of an 11th century defensive construction tamourine,

Loch Ness
Loch Ness and the legend of 'Nessie', the famous Loch Ness monster has inspired the imagination of young and old for generations & makes Loch Ness one of the top travel destinations for visitors to Scotland. Loch Ness offers the visitor much more than a chance to catch a glimpse of 'Nessie', the Loch Ness monster sheltering in the depths by Urquhart Castle. Loch Ness lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty, where water, forests, moors, mountains and scenic glens combines peace and quiet with an exciting sense of adventure & discovery, at any time of the year.

Wiki World

We make use of the vast Wiki knowledge known as Wikipedia on our about Inverness information page, if you are thinking or indeed coming to Inverness why not get to know a little more about the City before you travel. This is the direct link to the Inverness Wikipedia page.