North Scotland & the Highlands

North Scotland & The Highlands

Eilean Donan Castle, North Scotland

  • The north of Scotland is rich with wondrous venues, from purpose-built conference centres to ancient castles and country estates. Travel beyond the country’s three largest cities and you’ll find ample opportunities to create outstanding delegate experiences, with activities that include world-class golf, snow sports, mountain biking and water sports – not to mention visiting the world-famous ancient whisky distilleries.
  • The city of Inverness, on the edge of the world-famous Loch Ness, perfectly blends cultural city experiences with discoveries of the Highlands and the great outdoors. 
  • In the city centre, on the banks of the River Ness, is Eden Court, the largest and most versatile conference venue in the north of Scotland. The venue offers versatile space and accommodates up to 840 theatre-style, 200 for banquets and has exhibition space.
  • Nearby, the Centre for Health Science accommodates up to 150 and there is a choice of smaller meeting facilities and numerous fabulous hotels throughout the city.
  • Outside of Inverness historical castles, Cawdor Castle, Urquhart Castle and Dunrobin Castle, all offer meetings and events spaces. Achnagairn Castle and Aldourie Castle include event space with accommodation. The area boasts a collection of delightful hotels such as Culloden House and Loch Ness Country House.

Inverness by night
Inverness by night

The Royal Highland Hotel is a minute’s walk from Inverness railway station and from there it’s just 15 minutes to or from Inverness airport. This charming hotel’s range of rooms provides conference, meeting and training facilities for up to 120.

Inverness Airport has daily flights to London Heathrow and Amsterdam, with good access to worldwide networks.

Only one hour from Inverness and Inverness Airport, the 13th century Dunrobin Castle represents all that is precious about Scotland. The castle combines a strong historical atmosphere, with modern facilities in the most stunning of surroundings. The estate is well designed for entertaining and accommodates up to 100 for meetings and events.

Across the Scottish Highlands are castles, estates and country houses that accommodate business meeting and events in very special surroundings. The architecture at these historic buildings is often spectacular, the interiors well-appointed and the views across breathtaking landscapes of craggy mountains and deep valleys are totally inspiring. A warm and welcome atmosphere and willingness to please, make for magnificent meetings and events spaces for up to around 150 delegates.

 

 

 

 

 

For expert help organising your event in North Scotland, contact VisitInvernessLochNess

 

Dunbeath Castle stands on a rocky peninsula
Dunbeath Castle stands on a rocky peninsula 

Visit an historic whisky distillery
Visit an historic whisky distillery

Golf in the grounds of a 16th century castle
Golf in the grounds of a 16th century castle