Romantic Getaways in Inverness
On the banks of the River Ness, opposite Inverness Castle enjoy your romantic getaway together and make it your perfect escape at the Inverness Palace! Your time together is precious so let us organise all those special details for you.
Romance in the Highlands
This history and folklore of the Scottish Highlands is steeped in battles, romance and intrigue making it the perfect setting for your next date night or Romantic Escape. You can spend your day’s exploring the lochs and glens around Inverness or perhaps a windswept Scottish beach on the Moray Firth. Then return to the Inverness Palace to an elegant Bar and Brasserie to unwind by the River. You can also make the most of the swimming pool and leisure club or perhaps enjoy a little pampering at the Sleeping Beauty Spa.
- Your Romantic Break includes a fabulous list of extra’s, see the inclusions from bubbly prosecco to delicate handmade chocolates.
- Let us know when you’d like to enjoy your Antipasto sharing platter during your break away.
- Best value to guarantee you the very best price for you Romantic Getaway the package tracks the lowest Palace Saver rate with all these lovely added extras so prices start from £72.60 per person per night for 2 sharing a Classic Room for 1 night or more! Check your dates online for up to date pricing or call us on 01463 223 243.
- 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.
- A little bit of inspiration? Don’t miss the action packed free Activity Guide for your Escape in Inverness or checkout Explore!
- Package is available online until 30th April and after 7th October 2019 to 22nd December – summer dates please call or message us.
Tips for day’s out for you
Often it is just being along together without the daily interruptions of your busy routine so here are some insider tips for you to enjoy together whilst you are in Inverness and the highlands. 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.
- History– must visits – wrap up warm for Fort George you feel you have stepped back in history, Culloden Battlefield & Clava Cairns for that feeling of what your Scottish ancestors battled, Cawdor Castle for a beautiful Scottish Castle with walks and lovely gardens or back to Loch Ness for Urquhart Castle – whatever time of year you visit you can step back in time. See Explore.
- 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
- Entertainment – away together and want to try something a little different to a chain Bar – check out Black Isle bar – the local brewery which offers a great selection of local ales and year round roof top bar!