Transport Links in Inverness
Getting around: Inverness transport links
If you’re visiting us at the Kingsmills Hotel, you’ll need to know how to get to Inverness. Plus, how to get around once you’re here. So if you’re planning to travel by bus, train or plane, take a look at our guide to Inverness transport links below. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions about your journey. And, during your stay, our friendly team will help you with travel directions and advice.
Inverness Bus Station is located in the heart of the city. Less than a 10-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from The Kingsmills. There are a few different bus services which connect Inverness to other cities around Scotland and Great Britain. For example, Megabus and CityLink. Check for city connections.
There is a great local bus service in Inverness, run by Stagecoach. So once you’re here, getting around the area is easy. There’s a bus stop near the hotel, connecting you to the city centre and many other fantastic places to visit. Plan your journey.
Inverness Train Station can be found alongside the bus station, in the city centre. Also around a 10-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from The Kingsmills. Making Inverness within easy reach by rail journey from towns and cities all over the country. Search for trains.
The local train services, managed by ScotRail, cover a wide radius. So you can get into and out of the city and suburbs on the train, and can take day trips to other exciting places around Scotland. Plan your trip.
Inverness Airport is a small, modern airport, which offers regular flights between other parts of the UK, Ireland and Europe. Including major connections like Gatwick, Heathrow, Bristol, Manchester and Amsterdam. The Kingsmills is just a short 20-minute taxi ride away. Inverness Taxis is the appointed airport taxi company and there is a dedicated taxi zone outside the terminal building, where you can grab a cab. Search for flights.
A Warm Scottish Welcome
Whatever reason brings you to Inverness, our friendly team are here to make your stay at The Kingsmills Hotel a thoroughly enjoyable one.
The Kingsmills has deep historical roots in the city of Inverness and the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Our hotel building dates back to 1785 and once played host to renowned Scottish bard Robert Burns. You too can experience some of the same traditional Scottish hospitality when you stay at The Kingsmills. Book a stay with us and feel the stress of the journey melt away.
We have a modern leisure club and spa facilities available for our guests to help stretch out any stiff limbs. Enjoy a hearty meal at one of our hotel restaurants, sip a dram of malt whisky in our Whisky Bar or simply relax and have an early night with a good book.
At the Kingsmills Hotel, your comfort and peace of mind is key. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if we can assist with arranging transfers, recommending services and advising on travel. This is the perfect base for exploring all that Inverness and the Scottish Highlands have to offer. So take a look at our Local Guide and start planning your adventures today!