The county of Inverness-shire is ill-defined by its postcode that stretches as far as Skye. This is an historic situation that came about from the use of the Inverness to Kyle train to deliver post. Since most of the regions to the North and West define themselves as seperate regions, Inverness-shire is best defined as the area centered on Beauly to the West of Inverness city bordered by Ross-shire and the Black Isle to the North.
Bed and Breakfast
Chrialdon House in Beauly is ideally situated on many of the tourist routes to Loch Ness, Fort William, The West Coast and The Black Isle
Things to do in Inverness-shire
“Rothiemurchus, the gateway to the Cairngorms, has become a name which is etched deep in the consciousness of Scotland and which holds an exceptional place in the natural history of the nation.” – Magnus Magnusson KBE
Dornoch History links Museum
History links is one of the very few 5-star museums in Scotland. It is dedicated to the history of Dornoch parish.
The Saddle (Munro)
The Saddle is one of Scotland's great mountains; seen from the Battle of Glen Shiel, it forms (along with Faochag) one of the best-known views in the Highlands. It lies in the Highland Local Government Area, on the border between Inverness-shire and Ross and Cromarty.