Our Location

Cedar Villa Guest House, 33 Kenneth Street, Inverness, Scotland IV3 5DH

How to Find Cedar Villa Guest House in Inverness

By Rail or Bus: Inverness Railway and Bus stations are only a 10 minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride.

By Air: Dalcross Airport (Inverness) is only a 20 minute drive away.

By road: The A9 is the main trunk road for reaching Inverness if travelling down from the north or up from the south, the A96 brings you into Inverness from the east.

If you are travelling on any of these roads, once you reach Inverness follow signposts for Fort William (A82). This will take you over 4 roundabouts. Once you have gone over the fourth you will be in Kenneth Street and we are down the end on the right hand side.

If you are travelling in from the west then the A82 is the main road. Once you hit Inverness you turn left at the first set of traffic lights that you come to once you have crossed the canal. This is Kenneth Street and we are about 100 yards down on the left.

What to see and do

Inverness is the capital city of the Highlands. It is known as the Gateway to the Highlands and when you arrive here you will see why. It is an ideal base for touring and has the advantage of being set amongst some spectacular scenery with views across mountains and the Moray and Beauly Firths going out to sea.

Within the city there are beautiful walks along the river Ness. You could also climb Craig Phadraig or the mysterious Tomnahurich Hill. The city also has a leisure centre, swimming, ice rink, bowling centre, golf and cinemas.

Alternatively you could take a trip around the Black Isle and out to see our resident dolphins who live wild in the Moray Firth and make reliable appearances.

If you are interested in history visit the Battlefield of Culloden which is the site of the last battle fought on British soil. Alternatively there are several castles in the Highlands including CawdorBrodie, Urquart and the romantic Eilean Donan (to name a few), all of which have generally violent and romantic histories.

Loch Ness and our famous Nessie monster are only a 10 minute drive away. A trip around the loch would be a wonderful day out. Or you can experience it from the water with a cruise down Loch Ness that take in Urquhart Castle or via a coach trip.

Glen Affric and Glen Cannich offer the walker or driver some stunning scenery including mountains and waterfalls. It is the last stronghold of the Caledonian Forest. The Great Glen Way which runs for 60 miles Inverness and Fort William offers a wonderful challenge for walkers and cyclists alike.
If you are interested in becoming aquainted with “uisge beatha”, the water of life there are several Whisky distilleries within the Highland area that make up part of the Scottish Whisky Trail.

When you return from your day out Inverness offers a wide choice of restaurants and bars for your evening meal. There is plenty of live Scottish music in the pubs and a range of well known bands play at the Ironworks. If music isn’t your cup of tea then there is the theatre, Eden Court, which offers a range of shows throughout the year.

We also have several festivals both cultural and music, throughout the year including BelladrumLoopallu and Rock Ness.