The members of Inverness and District Bed and Breakfast Association look forward to according you the old Gaelic greeting Ceud Mile Failte (A hundred thousand welcomes).
Staying with our Bed and Breakfast and Guest House properties means you can benefit from our local knowledge. Our B&B hosts can tell you the best places to eat and visit around Inverness. You can be assured of a quality experience with the warmest of welcomes, clean, comfortable accommodation and a hearty breakfast to set you on your way for a day's sightseeing around the Scottish Highlands.
Accommodation books up fast in the summer and also for some of the special big events which Inverness is proud to host. Highlights for 2020 include the Etape Loch Ness cycle race (April), European Pipe Band Championships (June), Inverness Highland Games weekend (July), Belladrum music festival (July), Black Isle Show (August), Loch Ness Marathon (October). Special events for 2020 include the LochNess360 Challenge in May and the Royal National Mod (Gaelic competitions) in October.
Remember that booking direct with our B&Bs will offer you the best price and best service. To make things easy for you, we have a Check Availability Form which sends your enquiry to all of our members - and if they have vacancies, they will get in touch with you directly. Alternatively, you can choose to explore our members' individual web sites (some offer instant online booking).
Membership of this forward-looking association is only open to proprietors who are committed to the local tourist industry in Inverness and the Highlands. The Inverness & District B&B Association was established in 1989.
Please click here to enquire about joining the Association.
Our members can give you their recommendations for local restaurants, pubs and venues for live music. We can also tell you about the Outlander connections around the Highlands. There's lots to see in our area including castles, whisky distilleries and historic places of interest, as well as fabulous scenery and amazing wildlife such as the Moray Firth Dolphins. Inverness is the starting point and end of the popular North Coast 500 route (NC500). Whether you are walking, cycling, travelling by car or on public transport, there's something for everyone to explore in the Highlands. Read more about the Castles near Inverness
Accommodation gets booked up well in advance for the summer months and for big events. Plan your holiday now and view the Inverness events listing page for full details of what's on including Highland Games, music festivals, etc.