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Royal Highland Hotel
1 Academy Street,

Mercure Inverness
Church Street,

The Columba Hotel
7 Ness Walk,

Glenmoriston Town House Hotel
20 Ness Bank,

Culloden House Hotel

Kingsmills Hotel Inverness
Culcabock Road,

Dunhallin House
164 Culduthel Road

Holiday Inn Express Inverness
Stoneyfield - Inverness
United Kingdom

Kingsmills Hotel Inverness
Culcabock Road, Inverness
United Kingdom

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About Inverness Railway Station

Inverness railway station is the only railway station in the Scottish city of Inverness. Opened on 5 November 1855 as the western terminus of the Inverness and Nairn Railway , it is now the terminus of the Highland Main Line, the Aberdeen-Inverness Line (of which the Inverness and Nairn Railway is now a part), the Kyle of Lochalsh Line and the Far North Line.

Like most stations in the United Kingdom, Inverness is owned by Network Rail. However, it is leased to First ScotRail who operate most of the services using the station. National Express East Coast run the only non-First ScotRail service: the daily Highland Chieftain to London King's Cross.

The station itself sits at one apex of a triangular junction in the centre of Inverness. Of the seven platforms, only one is linked to two sides of the triangle. The Highland Main and Aberdeen Lines both approach the station from the east, while the Far North Line (which also carries traffic heading for the Kyle Line) approach from the north-west.

A single parliamentary train is run along the third chord of the triangle each week, as part of a through Aberdeen-Kyle service, which calls at Inverness twice in succession.