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Situated on a beautiful spot on the River Ness, just five minutes walk along the river to the city centre, the castle and tourist information centre. An ideal base for visiting the Loch Ness and for touring and walking holidays.

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Rooms: 1 family 1 twin 4 doubles

Standard double £65

Meals: Breakfast included in the price
Open: All Year Round
Address: Ness Bank Guest House, 7 Ness Bank, Inverness, Highlands, IV2 4SF

Why we've chosen Ness Bank Guest House, Inverness, Highlands

How does Ness Bank Guest House minimise its impact on the environment and contribute to a sense of place?

To reduce energy consumption, Ness Bank Guest House has undergone significant renovations and implemented several green measures, which have earned the property Gold from the GTBS. These changes have included installing gas central heating system to replace electric fires, renovating all the original sash and case windows and insulating the property where possible. All appliances are A rated where possible.

All waste is sorted, separated into plastic, paper and glass recycling bins and brought to the local recycling centre, which has reduced the amount of waste sent to landfill by half. The food waste goes to the owners’ wormery to compost and is then reused in the garden. Ecover dispensers are used for all cleaning products, as well as hand soap and shower gel, which reduces the amount of plastic packaging used. Water savers have been installed in the toilet cisterns, many of the showers have water saving shower heads and a grey tumble drier is used to reuse water in the garden. Rainwater is also harvested and used in the garden.

For meals, local ingredients and produce are used as often as possible. All meat products come from Scottish animals that have access to the outdoors and all eggs are from either Scottish free range or from organic flocks. To encourage low carbon transport in order to minimise the impact on the stunning Scottish Highlands, Ness Bank Guest House is a member of Visit Scotland's "Cyclists and Walkers Welcome" schemes and offers push bike storage.

Top Eco Features at Ness Bank Guest House

  • A new gas central heating system to replace all electric fires. Sash windows have been renovated

  • Water savers in the cisterns & uses grey tumble drier water for the plants & feeding the steam iron

  • Waste is sorted to be recycled. Food waste goes to wormery or is composted where possible

  • Uses good quality fresh produce, the majority of which is Scottish & as local as possible

  • Offers bicycle storage

  • Awarded Gold in the Green Tourism Business Scheme



Ness Bank Guest House, Inverness, Highlands
Nearest train station: Inverness

Directions from station:
Leave the station by the main concourse and cross the road and head straight down Union Street. At the end turn left into Church Street and walk along past some trees and turn right onto Bridge Street. At the traffic lights cross the street and then turn left along Castle Road. After about 200m you will see a church. Bear right along the river and we are the third house along the street

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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