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Whether you'll be arriving via the Inverness Airport or the Inverness Railway Station, hiring an affordable campervan can make your holiday more fun! Most of the Highlands' major attractions are within an hour or 2-hour drive from the airport and railway station. With a motorhome rental, you can easily come and go in every destination that you choose. Start comparing prices of camper and RV rentals now with VroomVroomVroom to save up. We guarantee the cheapest rates and we don't charge any booking or any other hidden fees. 

Useful information on Inverness Airport and Railway Station

Inverness Airport is situated on Dalcross in the Highland region of Scotland. The airport is 15 kilometers away from the eastern part of Inverness and approximately 20 minutes by car or campervan hire to the city center of Dalcross. It serves as a gateway for those who want to visit the northern part of the country. The international airport offers flights to different parts of the UK and limited flights to Continental Europe. Before the airport was opened to the public, it was a Royal Air Force base during World War II. As of today, Inverness Airport is managed by the Highlands and Islands Airports Limited, which owns most of Scotland's regional airports.

Inverness Railway Station serves the city of Inverness and is now the terminus of the Aberdeen-Inverness Line, Highland Main Line, Far North Line, and the Kyle of Lochalsh Line. The station was opened in 1855 and was designed by Scottish architect Joseph Mitchell. It had undergone several renovations through the years, including the platform roofs and station buildings. Inverness railway station is currently owned by Network Rail and operated by First ScotRail. 


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Top Holiday and Caravan Parks near Inverness Airport and Railway Station

Rosemarkie Camping and Caravanning Club Site is situated between the pristine beaches of Moray Firth and the rolling hills. The lighthouse is just a stone's throw away from the site whilst the Inverness Airport is around 35 to 37 minutes by campervan hire. Inverness is within easy reach thus making it the perfect base to explore the vibrant town. Nature lovers have the option of riding a boat from Cromarty or Avoch Harbour to spot some dolphins; or head to Munlochy Bay to see some ducks, birds, and swans. Both members and non-members are welcome to use the grass pitches with electric hook-ups for their camper van or RV rental. Excellent facilities also await all the campers and caravanners of Rosemarkie Camping Site.

Auchnahillin Holiday Park is nestled right in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and surrounded by beautiful forests, heather moors, and rolling hills. The 10-acre parkland is located 8 miles of the Inverness city centre and 14.5 miles of the Inverness Airport. There are many wonderful attractions nearby such as the Caingorms National Park which is believed to be the home of the Loch Ness monster. The holiday park offers 1 chalet, 10 static caravans, and pitches for caravans, campers, and RV rentals.

Bught Caravan Park is an ideal camping destination for families because of its superb location on the edge of the picturesque Bught Park. The Highlands of Scotland Tourist Board gave the site a three stars grading so you are assured of getting excellent service and facilities. The caravan park is situated beside the Inverness Aquadome and just 10.9 miles away from the Inverness Airport. It will only take you 15 minutes by foot to reach the city centre and the Inverness Castle. The Bught Caravan Park has 60 grass pitches with electric hook-ups, 80 backpackers tent pitches, shower and toilet blocks, laundry room, on-site shop, and internet café.


Top Attractions near Inverness Airport and Railway Station

Cawdor Castle is famous for its link to William Shakespeare's play “Macbeth”, but the castle was built years after the life of King Macbeth. The castle was established during the late 14th century and was made into a private fortress. You can explore the different areas of Cawdor Castle such as The Thorn Tree, The Drawing Room, The Tapestry Bedroom, and The Dining Room. Apart from the historic castle, there are three gardens within the fortress that are worth seeing. The oldest among the gardens is the Walled Garden which dates back from c.1600. If you're coming from Inverness Airport, you will only need to travel 5 miles to reach the Cawdor Castle. 

Inverness Cathedral, or also known as St Andrews Cathedral, is a beautiful Scottish Episcopal Church located across River Ness. It is within easy reach from the city centre and the Inverness Airport is just 20-minute drive. Before the cathedral was established in 1869, it started out as a mission for the congregation in 1853. Today, it is the seat of the Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness. The building was designed by architect Alexander Ross, who used red Tarradale stone and Peterhead granite for the cathedral. You will find an old Boys' School building just beyond the cathedral's sanctuary, where you can enjoy home-baked goodies and refreshing drinks. There is also a shop there where you can buy some souvenirs. 

The Highlanders Museum is situated within the former Lieutenant Governors' House of Fort George. The historic site receives around 60,000 visitors annually and its location makes it very easy to reach. The Fort is only 4 miles away from Inverness Airport and 8 miles from the lovely town of Nairn. Learn more about the descendants of the Scottish Regiments through the museum's exhibits. It houses approximately 20,000 artefacts and 10,000 photographs and documents. Some of the items featured here came from the Liverpool Scottish, Lovat Scouts, and their Allied Regiments from New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Gurkhas. 

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