Northern Scotland and the Highlands

Where the adventurous push themselves

The north of Scotland is rich with venues, from purpose-built conference centres to castles and country estates. There is also ample opportunity to create wonderful outdoor experiences, with activities like golf, snow sports, mountain biking, water sports and long-established 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.

 

Getting here

  • Inverness Airport has daily flights from London Heathrow and Amsterdam, allowing easy access to the rest of the world.
  • Inverness is 4 hours away from Edinburgh by train.

Eden Court

 

The largest and most versatile conference venue in the north of Scotland, Eden Court offers adaptable space and accommodates up to 840 delegates in theatre-style seating.

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Eden Court

Dunrobin Castle

 

Only one hour from 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 stunning surroundings. It can accommodate up to 100 delegates for meetings and events.

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Dunrobin Castle

Royal Highland Hotel

Located a minute’s walk from Inverness railway station, the Royal Highland Hotel’s range of rooms provide conference, meeting and training facilities for up to 120 delegates.

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Royal Highland Hotel
18 Oct 2018(last updated)

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    Eden Court

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    Dunrobin Castle

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    Royal Highland Hotel

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