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Moyness House ... boutique guest house in Inverness city centre ... luxury Inverness B&B accommodation
Eden Court Theatre, on the banks of the River Ness, is less than 5 minutes walk from Moyness House. The frequently changing Eden Court programme includes plays, ballet, concerts and musicals. Also in the theatre complex are a cinema, studio theatre, gallery space, bar, restaurant, and conference facilities. For programme information please click on the Eden Court link on our Inverness page.
We are happy to help!
We want our bed and breakfast guests to have the best experience of Inverness and the Highlands, so if you have any queries about the local area let us know. We don't always have the answer but we will help if we can. Our Inverness guesthouse is well located for the city centre, restaurants, shops and cafes, as well as the theatre, River Ness, Aquadome, Highland Games and many other popular Highland events and attractions.
The Castle Gallery
We are very fortunate to have several artworks by some immensely talented British artists, including works by Jonathan Shearer, Shazia Mahmood, Nicola Slattery, Linda Farquharson, Maureen Minchin and John Brunsdon. To see more works by these artists and others, including ceramics, glassware and jewellery, visit the Castle Gallery, located in Castle Street, Inverness. (For more information about the Castle Gallery - including dates of previews - please go to our Inverness page and click on the link to their website).
Moyness House and Neil Gunn
Moyness House was the home of the acclaimed Scottish author, Neil M Gunn (1891 - 1973), during the nineteen twenties. Gunn, who was a leading light in the "Scottish Renaissance", was living here when he wrote and published his first novel, Grey Coast (1926). The works of Neil Gunn have inspired the names of the 6 bedrooms at Moyness House (Highland River, Silver Darlings, Morning Tide, Lost Glen, Green Isle and Neil Gunn).
Free wireless internet connection
You can use your laptop while staying at Moyness House as we provide free wireless internet connection to all parts of the house.
Dining in Inverness
Inverness has a good selection of restaurants serving a variety of first class cuisine. We will be delighted to advise on restaurants and to make table reservations on your behalf. Advance reservations are recommended during the busy summer months, especially at weekends. Our Inverness guest house is less than 10 minutes walk from many excellent restaurants.
If you would like to take an organised tour we recommend two expert local guides, both highly regarded for their excellent personalised tours (they will pick you up from and drop you back to your Inverness B&B at the end of your tour): for links to Nicola Fraser (Highland Journeys) and Tony Harmsworth (Inverness Tours.com) see our "Inverness" page.
Air links to Inverness
Inverness has air links with the following: Belfast City, Birmingham, Exeter, Guernsey, Jersey, London Gatwick, Southampton (with Flybe); London Gatwick, London Luton, and Bristol (with Easyjet); Liverpool, Nottingham-EastMidlands (with Ryanair); Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Southampton (with Eastern Airways); Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stornoway, Orkney and Shetland (British Airways/Loganair); Stornoway-Isle of Lewis, Benbecula, and Sumburgh-Shetland (Highland Airways).
Loch Ness cruises
If you would like us to book your tickets on one of the Jacobite Tours Loch Ness cruises we will be very happy to do so. Details of the different cruises can be found by clicking on to the Jacobite Tours link (on our "Inverness" page).
For a personalised Loch Ness tour, try Highland Free Spirits - they offer in depth tours for parties of up to 6 people, on a luxury modern motor cruiser, with gourmet lunches. Evening tours also available.