The many faces of Inverness Train Station
Opened in 1855 with just three lines of rail this station has had some changes over the years and now has seven platforms with more plans to be developed by 2018.
It's a beautiful Victorian style building with lots of character and personality. Being right in the centre of town, its easily accessible and has good facilities from shops and cafes to showers and wifi.
Lots to offer in this Highlands' city
Just like many cities, Inverness is no different when it comes to bars and restaurants, except that is, for the sheer abundance of them.
But the city is much more than just its social scene and its cultural offering includes museums, galleries and hop-on-hop-off bus tours that allow you to explore Inverness and enjoy its many sights.
A very popular attraction is Tomatin Distillery, where they produce whiskey and have done so since the 15th century. Learn of the proud history, while over-18s can enjoy some of the selections of whiskey.
A famous pursuit
Famous for its beautiful scenery, when you're up in the Highlands you can’t leave without joining the search for the Loch Ness monster. Even if you don’t get a glimpse of Nessie, the River Ness will not disappoint you with its beauty.
Planning a trip to Inverness Train station, Travelodge Inverness City Centre Hotel is just steps away. Or Travelodge Inverness Hotel is less than three miles away.