Bed & Breakfast
Lycia Rooms + Opened in 2019 as a family run bed and breakfast located near the centre of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. By your hosts Andy and Anne who extend warm friendly highland hospitality to their guests as the travel across Scotland on their Highland adventure.
Following on from the success of the bed and breakfast. From Late 2020 They will be offering a self-catering alternative to the bed and breakfast. where up to six adults and two children under 12 years are able to rent the complete house for seven days or more.
A complimentary continental style breakfast is served in the dining room .
Is available throughout.
Fresh towels provided daily.
Off street parking available.
Complimentary Tea and Coffee is available in both rooms.
THINGS TO DO
The Scottish Highlands are home to many well known Whisky Distillerys. Ben Nevis, Glenmorangie and Dalwhinnie organise guided tours for visitors
Inverness is surrounded by many historic battlefields and castles.
Culloden Battle Field
All unique in their own right.
North Coast 500
The NC500 is a spectacular road trip for those wanting to experience. the open road. Inverness is the ideal starting point for a trip along this coastal route around the remote North of Scotland.
The Highland Wild life Park
Meet the only polar bear cub in the UK the park is only 40min from Inverness
Dolphin pods can be spotted of Chanonry point on the Black Isle. Regular boat trips leave Inverness Marina Daily.
The Aviemore Ski Resort is 40 min from Inverness.
Anoch Mor Resort near Fort William is 79 miles away.
The Great Glen Way
A paradise for walkers and mountain bike enthusiasts The Great Glen Way is a 79mile route following the natural fault line of the Caledonian Canel from Inverness to Fort William.
Cruising Loch Ness
See the splendour of the Loch, Urquart Castle and the Great Glen from the water. Jacobite Cruises operate from The Caledonian Canel swing bridge at Tomnahurich and Dochgarroch Locks . 6 miles south of Inverness on the A82