April & Easter Escapes
It’s a great fun time of year for you to enjoy your April & Easter Escape in Inverness. With Easter in April it is the perfect time to enjoy the Highlands in spring. The April & Easter Escape has been tailored to offer you, as a couple, family or friends a month of flexibility with this excellent value package.
Enjoy your April & Easter Escape for 2 nights or more with lots of extras and a great selection of dates…
- NEW April Escape – from only £64.45 per person per night for 2 sharing a classic double/ twin room for a minimum of 2 nights.
- NEW SPECIAL Easter Weekend Escape – from only £74.45 per person per night based on 2 sharing a Classic room this is fantastic offer for an Easter Mini break! (10th to 12th April 2020 – prices do vary so book early!)
- April & Easter Escape is a fab tracker package guaranteeing you a bonus saving off the Palace Saver as a thank you for staying 2 nights or more and includes lots of Easter extras too!
- Spring into a Lovely River & Castle View just upgrade to a stylish period room facing Inverness Castle and the River Ness at the time of booking for only an extra £25 per person per night.
- Book Online here – promo code SPRING, call us on 01463223243 or message us!
- Welcome Mini wine – start your break off with your welcome mini bottles of Heritage Patriarche Red & White wine in your room on arrival.
- Dinner on your 1st night – enjoy a delicious 3 Course Inclusive Dinner.
- Sumptuous buffet breakfasts every morning you will have at least 54 choices at breakfast.
- Complimentary Chocolate Easter Egg – enjoy a Fantastic Chocolate Easter Egg – for you to nibble on for all ages during April & Easter.
- Free use of the newly refurbished Leisure Club & gym you can also relax by the pool until 9pm at night, the Palace is the only city centre Inverness Hotel with a pool!
- Car Parking ease into your stay, just drop off your keys and we can valet will park your car for £6 per day.
- Free Wi-fi Internet access so you can keep in touch with friends and family throughout your stay.
- Family rooms call us and see All About the Kids for kids extras. Please specify at the time of booking any extras you require.
- See Explore for local information and the new free Visitor Attraction Guide for lots more.
- Kids stay FREE room only when sharing with 2 adults – limited rooms so book early.
- For Family rooms please call us and see All About the Kids for kids extras, babysitting and more. Please specify at the time of booking any child extras you require.
- See Explore pages for the latest local information from Activities to Castles and download the new free Activity Guide for lots more.
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Spring Tips for your days out
Spring into the lovely Scottish Highlands with some insider tips for you to enjoy whilst you are in Inverness. The great thing about the Palace is it’s been round for years so here are the local tips but there are many more so check out Explore to enjoy your break away.
- To the Beach – well there are many to discover but our favourite is East beach at Nairn backed sandy dunes – perfect for a long walk or for watching dolphins go to Findhorn – see Beaches!
- On Loch Ness & Nessie– Jacobite Cruises have introduced the Beast Rib for high speed adventure on Loch Ness or opt for gentler Cruise both great options to be together see Jacobite.
- Simple Walks – from the Palace to Ness Islands and round back past the Castle or a walk along the Caledonian Canal tow path ever so peaceful to either Dochgarroch (new the new Loch Ness by Jacobite Visitors Centre) or head to Clachnaharry – here is a good link for distance and times.
- Further Walks – the new Loch Ness 360 offers a trail all the way round loch ness. Dores – Aldourie – park at the Dores Inn for your favourite drink and fab view and then head out for your walk takes about 1-2hrs. Glen Affric offers up some beautiful short and longer walks and if you head to Muir if Ord go to Bad Girl Bakery – award winning cakes! A must visit website for Highland Inverness Walks.
- Beach Walks – Rosemarkie –>Chanonry Point. You can park at either end and then just walk the length of the beach, it’s about 4 miles and would take around 2 hours. It’s sandy but there’s also a path that goes through a caravan site for people who can’t walk on sand. There is a little cafe, a pub and a good bistro in Rosemarkie so treat yourself either half way or at the end! More walks near Rosemarkie link here.
- Coffee and Lunch Stops – Bad Girl Bakery in Muir of Ord, Connage Highland Dairy for cheese and more or Camerons Tea Room near Foyers (Loch Ness the opposite side from Drumnadrochit) – lots more see Coffee & Cakes