Inverness is a city found along the Northeastern coast of Scotland. It’s famous for its historical connections and Old Town feels. The popular river Ness, from stories of the Loch Ness monster, flows through this city, and popular attractions include the Inverness castle, St. Andrew’s cathedral, and the Old High Church. Due to these attractions, tourists come from all around the world to Inverness, and hence, many hotels have sprung up all over the place. But the best boutique hotel in Inverness is arguably the Columba hotel located at the centre of Inverness.
Its central location has many great benefits. It is located just a 5 minutes away by walk from the railway station and the bus station, and so transportation around the Scottish peninsula could not have been made easier. It is also only a few miles away from the shores of the infamous Loch Ness, where guests go to determine for themselves whether the Loch Ness monster is real or not. It is also only a few miles away from the Inverness airport, and so guests can make their way to the hotel from the airport really quickly. Since the hotel is located so centrally, it makes its access to the neighbouring bars and restaurants that much easier. After all, who wouldn’t want to try some of the world-famous Scottish beer?
The rooms in this hotel are unquestionably grand, and come in many shapes and sizes, with the lower end single room to the high end Ness Suite. There are many rooms in this hotel that offer majestic views of the river and of the castle, but they are priced a little higher. The Ness suite is the most luxurious of rooms in the best boutique hotel in Inverness, Columba Hotel. It comes equipped with a king size bed and a 60” flat screen TV and many other amenities such as a fridge, hair dryer, and a welcome hospitality tray. As for the dining options offered at this hotel, the Victoria restaurant caters to everyone’s English and Scottish cravings, and the MacNabs Bar and Bistro has the most select beers and hard liquor, to help guests relax after a long day.