Strolling, sight-seeing, and retail therapy

Presented by The Steady Bed and Breakfast

We are the perfect place to begin your exploration of Scotland because our private driveway leads to a wide front parking area as well as a garden that is bordered with trees. When you stay at the Steading Bed and Breakfast, you'll have the opportunity to discover a wide variety of attractions just outside your front door. We have activities for hikers, bicyclists, birdwatchers, motorcyclists, golfers, fishers, and people who want to climb the Munros.

The Inverness campus, which has been operational since 2015, The city plays host to the Baxter's Loch Ness Marathon and the Inverness Half Marathon & 5k on an annual basis. Throughout the year, activities such as kayaking, sailing, and a lot more are available to keep people of all ages active.

Our headquarters are located in the Glenurguhart forest, which is home to a variety of conifers, including native, broadleaf, and stunning views. It is only a few kilometres away from the world-famous Drumnadrochit.

You should begin your day with a Harty breakfast, and then drive out to spend the day participating in one of the various activities available, such as walking, horseback riding, sailing, Munro Biggin sightseeing, or shopping. There are a lot of events spread out across the course of the year. The Steading Bed & Breakfast is situated in a perfect location for many of our guests who are in the Highlands for either business or to take advantage of the beautiful natural surroundings.

We are in the perfect location for a little bit of "Nessie" spotting. Take a boat trip on Loch Ness. There are many visitor attractions within an easy drive, such as castles, gardens, museums, whisky distilleries, art galleries, historical sights; book a cruise to go dolphin or whale spotting, and so on. Take a drive up to the Highland capital of Inverness, where you can check out the theatre, the aquatic dome, and the sports centre. There are several excellent walks along the river Ness, including Ness Islands, Whin Park, and the Caledonian Canal, in addition to a selection of shopping opportunities, dining establishments, and recreational pursuits that are associated with city living.

From Fort William to Inverness, we have numerous historical sites that are known all over the world. The Corrimony RSPB Nature Reserve is home to a variety of bird species.A host of rare bugs and insects, along with scientific research and education programmes, are ongoing throughout the year in this widely varied habitat of fauna, flora, ancient trees, forests, stunning moorland Within these walls, you'll find all of this and more.

The Caledonian Canal travels from the west coast to the east coast of Scotland across the Highlands. The region around Fort William, with its remarkable system of locks, played a significant role in the Jacobean insurrection that took place in 1745 and is sometimes known as the Forty-five Rebellion or simply the '45.

You will find a variety of walking terrain through quiet forest trails, heather-clad hills, and open moorland not far from the Steading Bed and Breakfast. This includes the famous Great Glen Way route, which can be picked up from the village of Drumnadrochit and followed all the way from Fort William to Inverness by foot.

You can hike or bike the many forest trails from the Steading Bed and Breakfast. Craigmonie, Balmacaan and Craigmonie are all part of a major concentration of ancient woodlands. The Great Glen Way and the Affric Kintail Way are around 44 miles long and go from Drumnadrochit on Loch Ness to Morvich in Kintail by Loch Duich. All of these trails are within easy reach of the Steading Bed and Breakfast and have trails that are generally very good, but some sections are narrow and steep.

You can extend the route from Drumnadrochit all the way to Inverness by using this long distance path that runs along the Great Glen and goes from Fort William in the southwest to Inverness in the northeast; the total distance is 125 kilometres. Following ancient drove roads that were used to take cattle to market from the west coast, taking in a variety of landscapes with stunning views, including deep lochs, towering glens, and ancient woodlands, with excellent sign posting along the trail, and offering both low and high route options, this trip is the perfect choice for experienced walkers as well as those who are new to going on walking vacations. The construction of dual carriageways on the A9, which runs from Perth to Inverness, and the A96, which runs from Inverness to Aberdeen, has made it possible for residents of this region to travel to Inverness and farther afield to the north, east, and west.

You may go to the United Kingdom via Inverness Airport, which is located near Dalcross. This airport connects the city to London, in addition to several destinations in Europe, such as Amsterdam and Dublin.