The Hunt Is On For Things To Do This Easter In Inverness

Boy jumping on the bed in a Family RoomBank holidays, budding springtime blossoms and the perfect excuse to eat your weight in chocolate. What’s not to love about Easter in Inverness?

Easter in Inverness. You’re In For A Cracking Good Time

As the days grow longer (and dare we say it, drier), there is no place quite like the great outdoors of the Scottish Highlands. Famed for our beautiful mountains, sensational scenery and legendary monster, Inverness is budding with an endless array of things to see and do over the Easter holidays. Whether you are looking to enjoy a leisurely cruise on the world-famous Loch Ness or hit the docks of the Caledonian Canal, make the most of Easter in Inverness with a spectacular Easter Break at the Kingsmills Hotel.

Little girl getting her face paintedThe GREAT Easter Egg Hunt in Inverness

For fun things to do with the little ones, hop on over to Inverness City Centre. The GREAT Easter Egg Hunt is a fun-tastic free day out for the whole family. Simply grab an entry form outside the Steeple or inside Eastgate Centre and get cracking. Find all the eggs in the city centre shop windows, unscramble the Easter Bunny’s name and stand the chance to win some fabulous chocolate-coated prizes. There will also be free facepainting and some friendly, cuddly characters to meet for the wee ones.

Fancy A Dip?

The beautiful swimming pool in the Leisure CentreOnce you’ve eaten your fill of chocolately goodness, head on back to the Kingsmills Hotel’s Leisure Club to splash off the calories before the sugar rush wears off. Then make your way to the Conservatory restaurant for a hearty, healthy lunch with our Swim Lunch offers. Finally, relax in one of our beautiful Classic Rooms or Family Rooms and settle down for some well-deserved R&R now that you are properly tuckered out.

No matter how you choose to spend this Easter in Inverness, with so many egg-citing things to look forward to, spring into the Easter holidays with a luxurious break with the Kingsmills Hotel.