Cedar Villa Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Inverness, Highlands and Islands (Highlands)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

33 Kenneth street
Inverness
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
IV3 5DH

Cedar Villa Guest House, Inverness

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The guest house is within 5 minutes walking distance of Inverness city centre, where there is a wide choice of places to eat as well as live entertainment. Inverness is a fantastic place to base yourself for your holiday, whether you are following the whisky trail, walking, cycling, or looking for Nessie. Bed and breakfast at our guest house will give you the opportunity to explore the wilds of the Highlands and also enjoy a variety of options for your evening entertainment.

Frank and Lisa welcome you to the city of Inverness, the Gateway to the Highlands of Scotland and Loch Ness Monster country. Every attempt is made to ensure you have a lovely stay at family run Cedar Villa Guest house B&B accommodation. We know how important it is to be able to relax when on holiday so our breakfast times are flexible whenever possible.

We accommodate late homecomers and early risers. So whether you are touring the country side, out walking the hills or even off to the islands for the day, you will hopefully feel as if you are in a home away from home. All rooms have their own front door keys so you can come and go as you please.

Cedar Villa family-run guest house accommodation offers home-from-home genuine Scottish hospitality. Our guest house has 6 rooms available for you to choose from. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and colour televisions with Freeview.

We also have WiFi. All rooms are non smoking. Family is very important to us and we welcome children at our B&B.

There is plenty for them to see and do in the area and we have travel cots, games, and some baby equipment to ensure you don’t have to bring everything with you. The guest house is within 5 minutes walking distance of Inverness city centre, where there is a wide choice of places to eat as well as live entertainment. Inverness is a fantastic place to base yourself for your holiday, whether you are following the whisky trail, walking, cycling, or looking for Nessie.

Bed and breakfast at our guest house will give you the opportunity to explore the wilds of the Highlands and also enjoy a variety of options for your evening entertainment.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Knocknagael Boar Stone - 0.3 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery - 0.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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Dochfour House & Gardens - 5.1 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Clava Cairns - 5.6 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Fortrose Cathedral - 8.1 miles (Cathedral) Heritage Rating

Beauly Priory - 8.4 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Groam House Museum - 9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Fort George - 9.9 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Cawdor Castle - 11.8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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