Discover the Highlands

Visit the Scottish Highlands

At Ness Walk, we have years of experience living in the Scottish Highlands. We’ve used this knowledge to create a collection of the very best things to do in Scotland, guaranteed to leave you wishing you had lingered a little bit longer. So, sit back, relax, and let us take you on a journey complete with history, culture and discovery …

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Loch Ness

Throughout the world, people know the legend of Loch Ness and its monster. The loch is the largest in volume in... Find out more
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Whisky Distilleries

Usquabae, meaning “The Water of Life” is the impressive moniker given to Scotland’s greatest export – Scotch Whisky. In our beautiful corner of... Find out more
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North Coast 500

Recognised worldwide as the ‘ultimate road trip’, the North Coast 500 provides an unspoiled 516-mile journey. It places you right amongst the natural beauty ... Find out more
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Golf and Outdoor Pursuits

The Scottish Highlands deliver links golf in its truest form. Challenging yet breath-taking. Begin your journey... Find out more

A unique travel destination

A trip to the Scottish Highlands is a truly rewarding experience. Breath taking views are over every hill, nook and crag. With every town, village and landmark, there’s a rich history to explore. The whisky distilleries and the wide range of culinary experiences make the area so unique. There’s something for everyone here … and you’re assured a warm welcome from the friendly locals too!

Great places to visit in the Highlands

Inverness – Of course, you MUST start with Inverness. This vibrant city is known as the capital of the Highlands. Inverness is a great base from which to visit other Highland towns and villages, with plenty of places to explore, shop, eat and drink. Not to mention, it’s where you’ll find our luxury 5-star hotel, Ness Walk (just take a look at our rooms and special offers!). Here are few great places to visit near Inverness:

Loch Ness – This is one of the most famous places in Scotland, and indeed the world! Many have travelled to Loch Ness in search of Nessie, its elusive monster. But whether or not they catch a glimpse, all are spellbound by the natural beauty of this ancient place.

Beauly – From the French “Beau Lieu” meaning “Beautiful Place”, this picturesque village has a lot of history and is great for shopping and nearby walks.

Nairn – A pretty seaside town with a lovely beach and harbour, good town centre and two championship golf courses.

Forres –  One of the oldest small towns in Scotland, Forres has its own castle, independent shops and historic attractions.

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