Cedar – Luxury Hotel Rooms in Inverness
Our superior room type. Cedar rooms enjoy terrace access with private seating on the ground floor. Simply step out and enjoy views over our courtyard or our private woodland garden.
Comfort is central to our elegant Cedar hotel rooms in Inverness, with soft velvets and leathers creating a contemporary look and feel. Natural light illuminates the room. A deluxe king-size bed, or sumptuous twin beds, layered with exquisite bed linen, delivers a haven for the perfect night’s sleep. And bespoke touches, such as our River Ness inspired carpets, create a feeling of tranquillity and calm.
Patio doors open up to your own private terrace. Here, outdoor seating overlooks the courtyard and the original Art Deco veranda of the 19th-century house or the surrounding canopy of evergreens.
Our spacious bathrooms, fashioned in light marble, offer separate bath, shower and WC areas. Also, all our Cedar bathrooms are accompanied by ‘his and hers’ sinks. While environmentally-friendly toiletries are supplied by premium brand, Arran Sense of Scotland.
Treat yourself to a well-deserved night of luxury during your stay in Inverness. With all the lavish features you expect from our 5-star hotel, plus some unique Cedar room extras. Every detail is designed to the best standard you would expect of the luxury hotels Scotland has to offer.3D Interactive Tour and Gallery
Book your hotel transfers and any transportation needs via our 5-star concierge service. Here you can select from our fleet of vehicles and book your travel needs.
Visiting Ness Walk with your own car? On-site, we have a secure car park available, reservable at the time of booking your room. In addition, we have multiple EV charging stations to ensure you are ready to continue your trip, recharged.
Book a Room
To reserve your Cedar Room at the Ness Walk Hotel, please book online, call us on 01463 215215 or contact us today. Our team are available to answer all of your questions, helping you to plan an extra special stay. You can also browse our other rooms and suites here, including accessible rooms if required.. Book Now
What you will enjoy at Ness Walk
- King Size Bed or Twin Beds
- 42’ Flat Screen TV with Chromecast
- Double lock and spy hole
- Daily turn down service
- Bluetooth Audio System
- Mini Bar
- Air Conditioning
- Complimentary WIFI
- Complimentary mineral water
- Environmentally-friendly luxury toiletries
- Illy Coffee Machine
Unique Cedar Room Features
- Private Garden Access with outdoor seating area
- Bath and shower room with separate W.C.
- 'Twin’ basins
- 29 to 32 Square Metres
- Ground Floor Accommodation
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What our guests say
“If you’re looking for 5* quality and treatment then this is the hotel for you” Shannon G, TripAdvisor
The entire staff bent over backwards to make our stay perfect. Rooms are better than any Ritz Carlton or Langham (and I’ve experienced several). Simply wonderful!!! Try the signature Nessie cocktail and tasty bar snacks! - Cathleen Napoli
Well what can I say? The meal was fantastic, up there with the top eateries we've visited on our trips around the world. Truly worthy of five stars, maybe even Michelin stars in the future! - Willie (TripAdvisor)
Well, my husband and I returned from our lovely stay at Ness Walk yesterday and what an experience it was. From the champagne check-in, right through to the moment we left, we were cared for and cosseted. We have been lucky enough to stay in a few nice hotels over the years but the welcome and the service at Ness Walk surpassed any of our previous experiences. The staff were so attentive and friendly whilst remaining professional that we quickly relaxed. We got the impression that they enjoyed working at the hotel and meeting different people. They all looked very...
"Our recuperative first night was spent in the Ness Walk Hotel, an elegantly proportioned, five-star, butter-coloured sandstone Edwardian villa on the bank of the river Ness. We were pampered to within an inch of our lives; guests are plied with champagne on arrival and for dinner, it had to be venison" Peter Murtagh, The Irish Times