Jurys Inn Inverness
Jurys Inn Inverness overview
The modern, 4-star, Jurys Inn Inverness offers a good base for visitors looking for a golf vacation in one of Scotland’s most historic cities. Situated a short drive from the A9 it allows guests to easily get around and explore the wonderful Highlands.
Boasting a leisure center, free parking and a traditional restaurant it offers plenty to hotel guests. The contemporary restaurant offers an international dinner menu whilst people can enjoy cocktails and coffees at the bar, which also offers light meals.
Golfers are spoilt for choice in the Scottish Highlands, with classic links layouts set amongst stunning scenery. From the Jurys Inn Inverness you have easy access to the likes of Nairn and Brora Golf Club, the more modern but highly acclaimed Castle Stuart Golf Links, and the world-famous Royal Dornoch.
The Jurys Inn hotel in Inverness has 118 spacious bedrooms in total with a range of room types available to choose from such as standard rooms or Suite Double rooms. All guestrooms come with free Wi-Fi, and TVs as well as well-appointed bathrooms.
Restaurant & Bars
The onsite Cromarty restaurant offers a good variety of dishes in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, whilst the Dornoch Bar is a fantastic spot to relax with a beverage or light meal.
Spa & Leisure
Health and leisure facilities on-site include a steam room, sauna, spa pool, fully equipped gym and dance studio.
Jurys Inn Inverness is located on the outskirts of Inverness and just 15 minutes from Inverness Airport. Situated at the junction of the A9 and A96 roads gives easy access to Castle Stuart and Nairn to the east, and Royal Dornoch to the north. Inverness Airport is just 20 minutes away whilst Edinburgh Airport is a 3-hour drive.
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A great value, well located and comfortable 3-star hotel on the outskirts of the city centre, Jurys Inn Inverness offers an ideal base for a golf tour of northern Scotland.