Drumdevan is protected by Historic Scotland as a Grade C listed building. Built in the Georgian era and further extended in the Victorian era. Drumdevan was the 1st house to be placed on the OS map of Scotland. Drumdevan is one of the most booked properties in Inverness and often sold out. Advance bookings are necessary.
Queen Garden Room
Drumdevan offers larger rooms than most other places in Inverness.
Queen Superior Room
If you are planning a romantic city getaway or relaxing retreat then Drumdevan offers the perfect solution.
Relax in one of our queen garden suites with private access into garden.
Only 2 miles from the city centre
Drumdevan is located only 2 miles from Inverness City Centre giving you countryside accommodation with the convenience of being close to all amenities.
Easy self check-in
Drumdevan offers a convenient 24 hour self check-in facility and to top it off, breakfast in bed.
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THE BEAUTIFUL STORY OF DRUMDEVAN
Conveniently located just 2 miles from Inverness City Centre, Drumdevan dates back to circa 1790 and was, in fact, the first property in Scotland to be placed on the OS map. Drumdevan is a charming property from the Victorian Era with both its grounds and building protected by Historic Scotland under a conservation order, even down to the very last tree. In the Victorian era Drumdevan was inhabited by a wealthy Scottish Lord as his private residence but in the 20th century the building was converted to guest accommodation and renovated to a luxury standard in 2017.
The world famous Loch Ness is only a 7-minute drive from the hotel. Drumdevan is surrounded by beautiful nature and mature woodland with extensive free parking for your convenience. Whether you are seeking a romantic city getaway or luxury retreat, Drumdevan caters for all.
Every morning you can enjoy a lovely continental breakfast delivered to your room ensuring you have a great start to your day. Drumdevan has the best of all on its doorstep and is close to a host of top restaurants, bars, pubs, world-class golf courses and tourist attractions.