Getting to Ness Walk
Nestled in the heart of Inverness
Ness Walk boasts a stunning central location in Inverness, situated by the shores of the River Ness and within easy walking distance to cultural attractions such as Eden Court Theatre and the Inverness Botanical Gardens. The hotel is situated within mature grounds consisting of trees and a well kept lawn, allowing for contemplative strolls in our fresh air. Getting to Inverness is simple, with many options for guests.
We are a short car journey from Inverness Airport and Inverness Rail Station, and offer connections to and from the hotel. Our hotel has on-site car parking facilities and electric chargers, meaning however you plan on arriving, we can accommodate your needs.
If you are flying to Inverness or coming by train, Ness Walk Hotel is just over 5 minutes taxi ride from Inverness train station, and 20 minutes away from Inverness Airport. Taxis are readily available at both locations, or you can book a collection in advance with us via our luxury concierge fleet.
Inverness city now boasts a fully electric bus network with zero-emission Yutong E10 buses now operating on all city centre routes. The nearby Maxwell Drive bus stop offers a direct 10 minute journey to the Inverness Train Station.
Arriving by car
Our hotel sits within secure gates and allows for guest parking. Our concierge team will be waiting to assist you and take your luggage into the hotel. Overnight parking for residents is available at £20 per car per night. Please do inform us of your parking requirements at time of booking.
If you have an electric car, we offer 11 EV charging points in our carpark consisting of nine overnight chargers and two 50kw super-chargers.
Inverness airport connects with London, Dublin, Manchester and Birmingham, as well as internationally to Amsterdam. The airport is a short drive away with taxis readily available. Alternatively, we are happy to arrange to pick you up from arrivals.
If you would rather travel by private jet, Ness Walk has an arrangement with Jetlogic, a luxury private jet charter and helicopter charter specialist company. Start your holiday in style and have bagpipes playing as you set foot on the ground or experience a welcome with a champagne reception. Simply get in touch with our reception team today and we can begin planning your arrival.
Inverness train station is only a short drive away, and offers regular arrivals from Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow. A direct Caledonian Sleeper train is also available from London, turning your journey into an overnight experience.
Taxis are available at the station, you can pre-book with a taxi company or we can arrange to pick you up when you arrive.
Travelling sustainably to Ness Walk
Ensuring our hotel is eco-friendly and can offer sustainable holidays is important to us. We encourage our guests to try to consider environmental issues when travelling to us wherever possible. This can include arriving as a group rather than a series of individual parties requiring separate transport.
Travelling to Inverness by train is one of the most sustainable modes of transport. When you arrive, there are plenty of opportunities to hire a bike, even at the station. For more information see Hi-Bike.
Walking from the train station to Ness Walk is a pleasant experience, taking around 20 minutes. The trip takes you alongside the beautiful River Ness, giving you the chance to get some great photos of our beautiful city as soon as you get here to share with friends and family back home.
Inverness is a beautiful city at any time of year, but there’s something special about it in winter. Whether it’s the refreshing air, the glistening ice or the starry nights, it makes a great time to visit. Winter is also a quieter time for tourists, meaning less queues and waiting for get into attractions and finding somewhere to eat.
Exploring Loch Ness and the Highlands sustainably
Getting to Inverness is just the first step on the road to a fantastic Scottish break! If you are keen to get out and explore the stunning landscapes and culture of the Scottish Highlands, there are many options available. Environmentally friendly options include bike riding or hiking, and coach tours are also available, coming with a guide to help you understand the sights. Find out more about sustainable holidaying in Scotland here.