Everyone at the Inverness B&B Association wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
We hope you are all staying safe over the festive period and we hope to see you in 2021.
If you are visiting the Highlands this winter, please read our Covid FAQ.
Inverness is welcoming visitors and we've put together this handy guide to let you know what's open this winter.
Explore Inverness Botanic Gardens, discover Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness or take a trip to historic Culloden Battlefield. You can enjoy riverside walks in Inverness, or take a longer hike along the Caledonian Canal.
You can also read our Covid FAQ.
Inverness Castle is being redeveloped into a major tourist attraction. You can now read all about the history on the colourful boards around the castle.
Inverness Castle Viewpoint is where you can climb the 95 steps to the top of the tower and take in the panoramic views of the river and city. (Currently closed for the winter)
Fort George is the latest attraction near Inverness to re-open to visitors on 11th September 2020. Fort George and The Highlanders' Museum will be open daily (10am to 4pm) until the end of October, with winter opening times to be confirmed. Pre-booking tickets is essential (Historic Scotland).
The UK Government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme for August 2020 has now finished, but some restaurants are still running discounts for September.
Check out our List of Restaurants, bars and cafes in Inverness.
If you enjoy a wee dram, then you'll like our list of distilleries that you can visit in the Inverness area. Why not take a tour around Speyside and discover how whisky is made?
Whisky festival © VisitScotland / Paul Tomkins