Loch Ness, Inverness & Moray Speyside - Heritage, Highlands and Distilleries
Inverness, Loch Ness and Moray Speyside
An area steeped in 10,000 years of history and heritage, Loch Ness, Inverness and Moray Speyside provide a stunning backdrop for a region which is home to so many historical sites, including ancient burial grounds, classic castles, single malt whisky distilleries and traditional kilt makers – all while being only a stones throw from the Scottish Highlands.
This region is served by Inverness and Aberdeen airports, and is most easily explored by car or guided tour.
Inverness is just a 90 minute flight from London’s airports and there are daily flights from Gatwick and Heathrow, and it is also easy to travel to Inverness by train, either on the East Coast mainline operated by Virgin Trains East Coast or by ScotRail. For those wishing to travel overnight, the Caledonian Sleeper is a great way to travel from London Euston, and wake up refreshed in Scotland. There is plenty of accommodation in Inverness and the surrounding areas.
Elgin, an ideal base from which to explore Moray Speyside can be reached by train from Inverness (45 minutes) or from Aberdeen (1 hour 30 minutes), and Loch Ness is just half an hour from Inverness.