Spring into the Easter Holidays in Inverness

There’s something magical about springtime. Spotting the first blooms as they burst into life and enjoying the days grow longer and warmer. It’s also time to enjoy the Easter holidays in Inverness. With so many exciting things to do in the Highlands, why not book a stay at the Kingsmills Hotel and enjoy a family break in Scotland this year?

Top Activities for Easter Holidays in Inverness

The Ness Islands Railway is a firm family favourite, and it’s easy to find in the heart of Whin Park. This appealing miniature railway boasts three locomotives, one of which is driven by steam. You can combine a ride with a fun afternoon at the playground and feeding time for the ducks down by the pond.

Culloden Battlefield is easy to get to by far, and it’s a must-visit location for history buffs. While younger children might not be as enthralled by the history and intrigue of this famous site, they can usually be won over by the tree-lined rambles at Culloden Wood.

When the weather hasn’t quite caught up with spring, choose an indoor activity to stay out of the rain. The Inverness Museum and Art Gallery also boasts an exciting Discovery Centre with touch and feel attractions every Saturday, while the Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum – although relatively small – is an enjoyable way to learn about the world’s most ill-fated cruise liners.

Enjoy a Short Easter Break at Kingsmills Hotel

We love welcoming families to the Kingsmills Hotel at Easter, and as a special nod to the start of more sunshine we’re brightening things up with a Spring Special Offer. Why not take advantage of our great rates by choosing one of our family rooms. Decked out with everything you need for absolute comfort, our inter-connecting rooms include a king-sized bed for you and bunks or a pull-out sofa for the kids. We also provide Sky TV, so you can keep them occupied while you indulge in a relaxing bubble bath for a while.

Take a look through our website for more information on enjoying your Easter holidays in Inverness at the Kingsmills Hotel.