Where should I eat?

Where should I eat?
3rd March 2021 Elizabeth Percy

The Castle Tavern

Built in the mid-1700s, this historic building has maintained its charm even in modern times. Overlooking the Ness river and Inverness Castle, this venue is popular and loved by both locals and tourists. The owners pride themselves on their quality meals made up of locally sourced ingredients and their revolving list of Scottish ales. If its sunny, you can sit in the beer garden and soak up the views. If its displaying some famous Scottish weather then there’s plenty of room to soak up the atmosphere inside and even try some ‘liquid sunshine’ instead.

The Lovat Loch Ness

Located on the far side of the Loch, with one of a kind breath-taking views, The Lovat guarantees a magical and unique experience. The hotel is on the site of a fort built in the 1710s and what remains of it is of national historical significance. Despite the aged setting, The Lovat is dedicated to modern fine dining and environmentally safe processes. Offering unique but still authentic Scottish cuisine, The Lovat is known for its expertly presented delicious food (the chef has a particularly popular Instagram to demonstrate this).