Inverness in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... the olive oils and vinegars were unusual. We found some lovely tasting vinegar with strawberry essence in it. Ideal for salads and ice creams we were told. There were oils with garlic herbs and peppers too and so much more. We fell in love with this little shop and will be going back again. The flavours were amazing and you had little taster pots that you could try before you bought the items at reasonable prices so next time your in Inverness look out for them. In the Victoriana arcade you will find various gift shops and craft shops alongside kilt shops and other interesting places to visit there are many jewellers there and a tobacc... more
Customer Inverness in General Reviews (7)
by - written on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Inverness Inverness is a large city on the outskirts of various towns like Dingwall, Evanton, Elgin, Nairn, Fortrose and Rosemarkie among others. It has a largish castle and a reasonable shopping centre called the Eastgate centre. Inside the Eastgate centre are a large amount of shops on two floors. These include Marks and Spencer's and Debenhams, HMV, and loads of smaller stores like Monsoon and the Body Shop. There are numerous coffee shops and eateries within the city centre so there is no reason you should go hungry while you are shopping. There are numerous gift shops in the area too. While mooching around Inverness the other day we found a nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/08 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Inverness is the Capital of the Highlands. It is a very small City with a small population compared to all other cities. It is busy as well as a quiter life compared to other cities. There is plenty to see and do with cruises down Loch Ness maybe to be the first person to catch a photo of Nessie, with stunning views of Urquhart Castle it''s definately something you wouldn''t want to miss. There are many shops, chain shops as well as many small independant shops. Most shops are based in the Centre of Inverness, there is the Eastgate Shopping Centre, High Street and also the Victorian Market to walk about and browse the shops, further afield there is the Inverness ... Read the complete review
by s - written on 08/02/07
Average food, slow service and manager couldnt smile all evening. We were glad to get out of there. We had a group of 8 and half the meals turned up then a big delay then the other half. all they could say was "well, we are very busy and it is a saturday".
by - written on 12/10/06 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Inverness is the self proclaimed capital of the Highlands, located at the head of the Great Glen and on the shores of the Moray Firth. It was granted city status by the Queen in December 2000, and was recently named the fastest growing city in Western Europe. Iíve visited Inverness a lot over the years, and I never fail to have a good time. If youíre planning a trip to the North of Scotland then it is definitely worth staying there for a night or two. ***** Where to stay***** Inverness has accommodation to suit every budget. If you donít mind bunking down with a bunch of strangers, then the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/03, updated on 07/06/05 (Very useful, 1480 readings)
Inverness, where do I start? My friend and I where travelling round Scotland, to Edinburgh, Inverness and then onto Glasgow before returning to Wales. The journey to Edinburgh was a nightmare, the trains we were on were rerouted, cancelled, running on half power, the air-conditioning failed, and to top it off 3 out of 5 engines on one train failed. (This all happened between Carlisle and Edinburgh, on the hottest day of the year). So you can see I was a bit sceptical when we had to continue up to Inverness 3 days later, 4 hours on the train, I was worried that we would make it out alive!!!! The train journey was perfect, nothing went wrong, and Inverness train ... Read the complete review
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A nice town with lots of food and drink!
Not a lot of history actually in the town.