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Hiring a car from Inverness airport

All of the car hire desks can be found in the terminal building.

With a number of hire car locations available throughout Scotland, car rental with holiday autos couldn’t be easier. Holiday autos provides car rental locations from all major airports and downtown offices in and around Inverness airport allowing you the opportunity and freedom to explore Scotland.

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Inverness airport Q&A

Where are the car hire desks?

All of the car hire desks can be found in the terminal building.

What should I buy at duty free?

There are no duty free stores available at Inverness Airport, but you can still pick up a selection of highland goodies from the regular shops, such as a tartan scarf and cuddly cow. Who doesn’t like one of those?

Are there any cashpoints?

There is a cash machine available in the arrivals hall.

Where's the best place to eat?

If you’re feeling a wee bit peckish before your flight, call in to the D’Lish Restaurant for some delicious homemade cakes and pastries.

The secret tip

If you’re one of those people who won’t share their chips (and we’re not judging) then keep them under wraps until you’re safely indoors. The seagulls of Inverness will commit brazen daylight robbery and their assaults on unsuspecting midday munchers are legendary. You have been warned.

Inverness airport the gateway to...

Loch Ness

Distance: 22 miles

This is one of the most famous sites in Britain, known for its myths and legends which write that it is home to the infamous Loch Ness monster, or is it? Take your camera and some binoculars. If you tire of looking for it, you can always go hiking, fishing, or maybe even into the Loch for a swim. Remember to take your swimming clothes and watch out for big underwater monsters.

Culloden Battlefield

Distance: 7 miles

Scotland is a nation of people who, despite any personal differences are proud of the country’s rich history and the Culloden site is no exception. This place marks the very last battle between the English and the Scots, and is famed for being one of the shortest, but most brutal battles in the country’s history. The site is now an education and memorial centre dedicated to those who fought and died here.

Leakey’s Second-hand Bookshop

Distance: 9 miles

If you’d like to swap road maps for books, then you cannot choose a finer place to do it than Leakey’s. Located in an old church and complete with a cafe and a real fire, this is the sort of place where you just relax and really feel like you’re on holiday. Sadly, they don’t do accommodation and when the bookshop closes, you have to leave.

Inverness airport the gateway to...

Loch Ness

Distance: 22 miles

This is one of the most famous sites in Britain, known for its myths and legends which write that it is home to the infamous Loch Ness monster, or is it? Take your camera and some binoculars. If you tire of looking for it, you can always go hiking, fishing, or maybe even into the Loch for a swim. Remember to take your swimming clothes and watch out for big underwater monsters.

Culloden Battlefield

Distance: 7 miles

Scotland is a nation of people who, despite any personal differences are proud of the country’s rich history and the Culloden site is no exception. This place marks the very last battle between the English and the Scots, and is famed for being one of the shortest, but most brutal battles in the country’s history. The site is now an education and memorial centre dedicated to those who fought and died here.

Leakey’s Second-hand Bookshop

Distance: 9 miles

If you’d like to swap road maps for books, then you cannot choose a finer place to do it than Leakey’s. Located in an old church and complete with a cafe and a real fire, this is the sort of place where you just relax and really feel like you’re on holiday. Sadly, they don’t do accommodation and when the bookshop closes, you have to leave.