An ideal base for exploring the Highlands, this newly built, modern student accommodation situated in the picturesque, quiet Inverness College Campus makes a great choice.
Cityheart Campus is perfect for groups or the single traveller and you can choose from a great selection of Private en-suite rooms or 4, 5 and 6 bed apartments. Each room comes with its own private en-suite shower facilities, comfy 3/4 bed (small double), desk study area and plenty of storage to unpack your things. Each apartment has its own lounge and kitchen area, complete with Fridge freezer, oven hob and kitchen equipment making it ideal for self-catering. If you would like to go for something slightly more private, why not upgrade to a Private Studio which comes complete with its own private kitchen!
Perfectly located 2 miles from Inverness town centre and 8 miles from the Airport making it a great base. This Campus Accommodation also has its own private parking facilities making it ideal for those driving and exploring the Highlands. If you travel by train, its only a 10 minutes cab ride away from the station!
Whatever you enjoy, there’s bound to be plenty to keep you entertained. For those looking for scenery, the mystical waters of Loch Ness are a short car trip away. For the historians, numerous castles, monuments and the famous Culloden battlefield is only 4 miles away where you can discovery the last battle between the Scottish and English and the history of Bonnie Prince Charlie. Whisky Lovers are well catered for too, with plenty distilleries to tour, each with their own distinctive malts.
Please feel free to check out our City Guide for some more tips and information about the best places to visit while staying at this fantastic property!
Inverness has the accolade of being the northernmost city in the whole of the United Kingdom, although that only scratches the surface of just how beautiful the city is - the city boasts a wide and rich history which also includes two fierce battles such as Blàr nam Fèinne and Battle of Culloden.
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As we mentioned above, the city has a very proud history that has been a part of Scottish folklore for some time and Inverness celebrates this history with a handful number of museums including Highlander’s Museum, Inverness Museum & Art Gallery and Inverness Castle.
There are a lot of cinemas in the city, such as Vue Cinemas which comes very highly recommended and Eden Court, which has a brash mixture of both live performance and also of cinema, the two at forms come together to form one and many performances have been known to incorporate both.
The city has a cool selection of clubs and raves, but the city also has a change of pace for things like pubs and restaurants and bars as well. The pubs are warm and inviting with a good atmosphere and a welcoming feel, you'll soon find just how much people like Inverness. At the University of the Highlands and Islands, the average price of a pint is £1.32, so you can only imagine why it tends to get busy!
There’s always things to do in Inverness; the city plays host to a number of festivals, all of which are always affordable for people that are looking to join in, even those that are working on a student budget. One event that is worthy of an honourable mention is that of Kirking of the Council, which is something of a tapestry depicting the history of the city and takes place through the streets in a Carnival-like fashion.
The transport in the city has been one of the focal points for a while, especially given the fact that it is a major city in Scotland. The city has a number of bus routes, train routes and also has it’s own airport, Inverness Airport.
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