The Best Lodges in Inverness with Private Hot Tubs

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Inverness – Mountains, Monsters and Memories

Summer or winter a trip to Inverness is special, with an abundance of history, legendary monster, culinary delights and scenery to die for, you will not be disappointed by what this small city nestled in the Scottish Highlands has to offer and discerning guests will love our selection of luxurious lodges with hot tubs to rent nearby.

Wildside Highland Lodges
Whitebridge, Nr Loch Ness, Northern Highlands

Nestled in the heart of the Scottish Highlands in the small hamlet of Whitebridge just 3 miles from Loch Ness, and only 24 miles from the Highland capital; Inverness.

Wildside Highland lodges are the perfect escape from everyday life, enjoy a haven of peace and tranquillity in a magical woodland setting on the banks of the River Fechlin with an abundance of wildlife right on the doorstep.

Providing some of the finest self-catering holiday homes in Scotland, these deluxe lodges boast fully-equipped modern kitchens, luxurious bathrooms and comfortable open-plan living with large windows to appreciate the river or mountain views. Outside a bubbling hot tub awaits ideal for unwinding under the stars surrounded by nature.

The facilities onsite which include; outdoor Jenga and Draughts, private chef hire, onsite fishing, DVD lending library and play areas for the kids are second to none and there is a lovely country hotel serving delicious meals just 200m away. 

Great Glen Water Park
Kinlochlochy, Inverness-shire, Northern Highlands

Situated in the stunning water-side location in the heart of the Great Glen. This outstanding holiday park is ideally located for exploring the spectacular Highland landscapes.

Offering the best of both worlds guests can relax and unwind; enjoy a book by the fireside or a glass of champagne in the rejuvenating hot tub, alternatively the more energetic can make the most of the huge range of onsite activities which include fishing, white water rafting canoeing and water-skiing.

The stunning contemporary lodges offer everything you need for a stress-free stay with the emphasis on comfort and luxury, there is also an onsite coffee shop, restaurant/bar superb swimming pool and sauna for guests to enjoy.

With some of the most magnificent scenery in Scotland, leisurely loch cruises, golf, fishing and a wealth of walks, and an abundance of wildlife right on the doorstep no wonder this idyllic setting is a popular choice for those looking for a rural retreat.

Loch Ness Highland Lodges
Invermoriston, Inverness-shire, Northern Highlands

Loch Ness Highland Lodges offer superior self-catering accommodation on the shores of Loch Ness with some of the most magnificent views in Scotland if not the world.

The superior lodges sleep up to 6 people and come fully equipped with everything needed for a relaxing break; contemporary kitchen, spacious bedrooms, flat screen TV and a cosy log burner to curl up in front of on chilly evenings.

Each has outdoor garden furniture or a picnic table for alfresco dining and an indulgent hot tub in which to let your cares melt away.

Nearby, you will discover a wealth of activities and the park is a mere 20-minute drive from the Loch Ness Exhibition centre and Urquhart Castle. Inverness, the bustling capital of the highlands is only 40 mins drive away and during the winter months you can ski and snowboard on the Nevis range which is also easily accessible by car.

Kessock Highland Lodges
North Kessock, Inverness, Northern Highlands

Inspired by elegant boutique hotels these 3 luxury lodges; part of the Hoseason’s Autograph collection, are situated on the owner’s croft with stunning views of the Beauly Firth and just 5 miles from the centre of Inverness.

A haven of peace and rural serenity these deluxe lodges truly make the most of their secluded setting and incredible views with spacious decking and indulgent outdoor Jacuzzi, perfect to kick back and relax while listening to the birdsong or enjoying a glass of wine under the magical night skies.

We think you’ll agree luxury hot tub lodges in the Scottish Highlands don’t get any better!

Majestic mountain scenery, leisurely boat trips on the Moray Firth, outdoor pursuits galore and the shops, restaurants and attractions of Inverness within easy reach, Kessock Highland Lodges really do have it all and are ideal for a family get-together, reunion with friends or romantic hot tub break at any time of year.

Kiltarlity Lodges
Kiltarlity, Beauly, Inverness-shire, Northern Highlands

Surrounded by silver birch trees, this picturesque holiday park is just 15 minutes from Loch Ness and its mystical monster it is ideally situated for exploring the highlands; great for families, children, dogs and those looking for a romantic Scottish getaway.

With the perfect blend of rustic charm and contemporary styling these premium lodges can be enjoyed all year round and the bonus of a warm inviting hot tub makes them extra special.

Experience the great outdoors with woodland strolls, golf, a fantastic array of water-based activities or a simple picnic where; if you’re lucky you can some photos of the local wildlife. Enjoy the heated swimming pool or spend the day in Inverness which is just 30 minutes away with attractions for the whole family.

Whatever way you spend your days rest assured, a stay in this superb park in breath-taking surroundings, yet close to amenities, will restore you in mind body and spirit.

Loch Ness Retreat
Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire, Northern Highlands

Located on the most southerly point of Loch Ness, Fort Augustus is a typical highland village; with a good selection of restaurants and cafés it is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area and all it has to offer.

A real home from home each timber lodge is individually designed with the emphasis on quality, with stunning views, contemporary interiors, wrap around veranda with inviting hot tub, each ensures the maximum in comfort and luxury.

Discover the huge range of outdoor activities along the Great Glen Way, step back in time with a visit to nearby Urquhart Castle or spend the day in Inverness which is within driving distance and offers a multitude of things to do and see.

Then after a busy day, you can sink into the soothing bubbles of your very own spa under the stars and let the cares and worries of everyday life simply melt away.


A warm welcome is guaranteed in this wee city nestled in the spectacular Scottish Highlands, drenched in history it attracts tourists from all over the world and with magnificent scenery, more than its fair share of shops and excellent eateries, and fascinating attractions there is no wonder visitors return year after year.

How to get there

Inverness Airport is just 20-minute drive from the city centre, and EasyJet operate several flights from Luton and London Gatwick which takes under 2 hours, alternatively the city is served by excellent road and rail links.

By Car
Inverness can be reached from the South of Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh by travelling up the A9, which is the longest road in Scotland and runs straight up the middle of the country. From the west and Fort William choose the A82 or from Aberdeen and the east it’s the A96.

By Train
Travelling to Inverness from Edinburgh or Glasgow Queen St takes around 3 1/2 hours and trains depart every couple of hours. It pays to book well in advance as same day tickets increase in price by around £50-£80.
The Caledonian Sleeper train from London to Inverness is definitely our recommendation if coming from down south as it is a long journey,(around 8.5 hours) this way you leave Euston station at 21.15pm and wake up the next morning in the highlands.

By Bus
The most cost-effective way to travel is by bus and Megabus and National Express both provide services to Inverness, but it does take a long time (14 hours from London).

Things to do in Inverness

There is something for everyone in this beautiful Scottish city and the surrounding area, whatever your interests you can’t help but be charmed by the friendly locals, fascinating museums, and wide range of activities on offer.

Inverness Museum and Art Gallery

Explore the history of the Scottish Highlands with a visit to this fascinating museum a must for holidaymakers staying at lodges with hot tubs near Inverness.

Home to a wide range of artefacts, interactive displays and activities; learn hoe the highlands were formed, discover the tribes who lived there and the battles they fought, try on a kilt or learn a few words of Gaelic to impress your friends back home.

The art collection boasts over 10,000 works by both local and international artists and gives a visual insight into the fascinating history of Inverness. When you have finished viewing the interesting displays, why not enjoy a cuppa in the lovely café?

The Highland Whisky Distilleries

The Highlands are the biggest whisky-producing region in Scotland and a visit to Inverness isn’t complete without taking a distillery tour.

Tomatin Whisky Distillery and Visitor Centre

A few miles south of Inverness you will find the Tomatin whisky distillery. Open daily all-year round it provides a variety of tours The Legacy tour which is the cheapest and takes an hour and a half; learn how the single malt is produced and the history of the company and of course have a wee dram at the end of the tour.


  • Adult - £10
  • Under - 18 £4

(Note this is the only tour which allows children the Taste of Tomatin Tour and Single Cask Experience are adults only and cost £25 and £40 respectively)

Glen Ord Whisky Distillery and Visitor Centre

Another great distillery close to Inverness is Glen Ord. Here, you will have a fully guided tour of the distillery and learn about the process used to make their signature whisky. Singleton of Glen Ord is only available for the Asian market, so the only place it can be purchased in the UK is here.

Prices – various tours with prices starting from £8

Dolphin Spotting at Merkinch Local Nature Reserve

Who doesn’t love these remarkable creatures and Merkinch Local Nature Reserve located in the heart of Inverness itself, is an excellent place for dolphin spotting. Pack some lunch, a camera and your binoculars, look out across the water towards the north and be patient.

The best time to spot these wild bottlenose dolphins is on the rising tide, when they follow the fish inland up the Beauly Firth. If you don’t see any, don’t worry this lovely reserve offers a multitude of wildlife viewing opportunities, including seals, roe deer, otters and a plethora of birdlife.

Places to eat and drink in Inverness

With an incredible array of fresh local produce, there is no shortage of delicious food in Inverness. Whether you want to visit a top class restaurant like the original Rocpool, where you can order a tasty main for between £15-£25 or perhaps somewhere a bit less formal but still appetizing , like Velocity Café, there really is something for all tastes and budgets.

Fancy a drink head to Johnny Foxes in the heart of Inverness for a great atmosphere and live music every night or the traditional Waterfront with gorgeous river views.

Other Attractions in Inverness include;

Highland Museum of Childhood
Open from April-October
• Adult £ 3.00
• Child £1.75
• Concession £2.50
• Family Ticket £7.00

Inverness Castle
• Adults £5
• Children £3

The Final Word

Experience Scotland in all it’s majestic glory when you stay at a luxury lodge with hot tub near Inverness at any time of year.

The ideal destination for a romantic break or honeymoon, fun-packed family holiday or celebration with friends and with special offers, cancellations and fantastic deals luxurious hot tub holidays in Inverness could be cheaper than you think. 

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