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Dubbed ‘the gateway to the Highlands’, Inverness Airport is eight miles north-east of the city at Dalcross. The pick-up and drop off facility is by the terminal building, free for the first 10 minutes. Immerse yourself in Scottish life and history and visit Loch Ness – there’s so much stunning scenery and many great towns to explore. And from glamping to five-star finery in urban, rural or lochside locations, you’ll find the perfect accommodation. Access the whole area and beyond with an Inverness Airport transfer.

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Staying at a hotel near Inverness Airport?

Before travelling, reserve your Inverness Airport transfer to or from your hotel:

  • Travelodge Inverness is a two-star hotel within seven miles, meaning an Inverness Airport Transfer of up to 15 minutes. Expect bright, modern accommodation, with a 4/5 TripAdvisor ranking.
  • Royal Highland Hotel is just a mile or so further away, at a historic, centrally located site. It offers three stars and a similar TripAdvisor score, and is full of character.
  • Courtyard Inverness Airport is within a mile, so your Inverness Airport transfer takes no time. With four stars and an ‘excellent’ TripAdvisor rating, it’s especially convenient if you’re flying early or late.

Transferring from Inverness to a different airport?

  • Edinburgh Airport is roughly 150 miles south – allow around three hours for your Inverness Airport transfer
    Glasgow Airport is a little further distant at 180 miles, so expect the journey to take three and a half hours
    Aberdeen Airport lies almost 100 miles east, meaning an Inverness Airport transfer time of around two hours
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Towns to visit from Inverness Airport

  1. Inverness itself is eight miles or a 15-minute drive away on Scotland’s north-east coast, where the River Ness joins the Moray Firth. It’s the Highlands’ cultural capital, with a nineteenth-century cathedral, plus a modern museum and art gallery. It’s also the UK’s most northerly city.
  2. Nairn, to the north-east, is only a mile further off, making for a similar Inverness Airport transfer time. It’s a relaxing seaside resort with three beaches, amazing scenery on the doorstep and two golf courses. It’s an ideal base for walking, exploring and wildlife watching.
  3. Invergordon is around 30 miles or 45 minutes away. Visit the historic Pictish stones or the Naval & Heritage museum. Walks take in the Church of Scotland spire, and the colourful murals on local buildings – or stroll through woods or on Saltburn beach.
  4. Dingwall is a hop of 20 miles or maybe half an hour by Inverness Airport transfer. This market town at the head of the Cromarty Firth has plenty of historic interest, and more cafes and shops than you’d expect from a town this size.
  5. Alness is a trip of under 30 miles and less than 40 minutes. This Highland town is the largest in Rossshire and has two whisky distilleries, alongside great activities from hill-walking to shopping. Check out the floral displays for which it’s famous.
  6. Muir of Ord is a village some 20 miles (30 miles) west across the Beauly Firth. The golf club dates from 1875; Kilcoy castle is just three miles away, and the RSPB Tollie Red Kites Natural Reserve is reachable in 15 minutes.
Places to see from Inverness Airport
  1. Culloden Battlefield: This lies less than seven miles south, or a 15-minute Inverness Airport transfer. It’s the scene of the 1746 battle of the Jacobite uprising and the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie, the last hand-to-hand battle on British soil. See the visitor centre and powerful interactive exhibition.
  2. Loch Ness: The loch is roughly 20 miles south-west, or a 40-minute drive. Even if you don’t believe in the mythological monster, Nessie, this place engages everyone. The deep, freshwater loch is 22 miles long and ideal for activities from photography to hiking.
  3. Fort George: Cover the five miles from the airport in 10 minutes. It was built after Culloden against further Jacobite unrest, and is Britain’s strongest artillery fortification. Barrack rooms have some great displays, while the selection of weapons offers a fascinating insight into eighteenth-century military life.
  4. Glen Ord Distillery: The 20-mile trip makes for an Inverness Airport transfer of 30 minutes or so. This place was founded in 1838, and is the only single-malt Scotch whisky distillery on the Black Isle. Single malts of 12, 15 and 18 years are produced here, and various tours offered.
  5. Urquhart Castle: This is a 40-minute, 25-mile Inverness Airport transfer. Explore this beautiful medieval site on the shores of Loch Ness, complete with dungeon, drawbridge and incredible views from the top of the Grant Tower.
  6. Inverness Covered Market: The market dates from Victorian times and you can be here in 15 minutes. The arcade has dozens of stores selling mementoes, jewellery, clothes, spices and more. It’s located in the city’s Old Town and its clock has worked since 1890! There are also two great cafes.
Further important details on Inverness Airport

Inverness Airport helps those with additional needs, from arrival to boarding or in reverse after landing. Mobility equipment including wheelchairs is available, while there are reserved seating areas offering extra support and arm rests. Passengers who can’t board using steps can access the aircraft via ambulift. You can also bring along an assistance dog, plus there’s a Changing Places facility.

Inverness Airport received the Excellence in Transport Accessibility Award at the Scottish Transport Awards 2020, and works with Dementia Friends and Alzheimer Scotland on its assistance programme.

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