4 haunted places in Inverness to dine
Spooky season is in full swing. And what better way to mark the occasion than to dine in a haunted place in Inverness?
Luckily for you, the area has a handful of quirky places to enjoy a soup and a sandwich or a coffee and a good bite in an eerie setting.
With Halloween on the horizon, we thought it was only fitting to share some of these with you for your benefit.
Eden Court Theater and Cinema
A charcuterie board, breaded cod goujons, salads and a margherita pizza are among the dishes you could enjoy at Eden Court Theater and Cinema.
It not only offers jaw-dropping food, performances and film screenings, but also the chance for visitors to spot a ghost or two.
The Green Lady is known throughout Inverness and is arguably the most seen spirit, as well as a maiden’s ghost.
If you want to see them anywhere, then Court of Eden will be one of your best bets.
Address: Bishops Road, Inverness IV3 5SA
Culloden Battlefield offers an incredibly immersive experience. Yes, you guessed it, visitors will learn all there is to know about the Battle of Culloden.
The battlefield is said to be rife with the souls of those who died there. That in itself can be overwhelming.
We recommend that you enjoy a hot drink, a homemade sandwich or a hearty bowl of soup from his cafe afterwards to relax.
Although there may also be spirits wandering within…
Address: Culloden Moor, Inverness, IV2 5EU
Like Castle Stuart Golf Links, Fort Georges well worth a visit if you are looking for haunted places in Inverness and driving through the North East.
Not only is it one of the most remarkable fortifications in Europe, but it allows you to step back in time and even go dolphin watching.
The café is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. Here you can enjoy soup, bacon roll, homemade scones and cakes, bagels, ice cream and more.
Address: Near, Ardersier, Inverness, IV2 7TE
Castle Stuart Golf
About 10.5km northeast of Inverness you will find Stuart Castle – a building said to have been haunted since the 18th century.
Although the castle initially prospered, it fell into disuse when the fortunes of the House of Stuart sank during the English Civil War and Charles I was executed.
It lay derelict for 300 years before being restored and is currently used as a luxury hotel where you can, of course, enjoy appetizing food and drink.
Address: Inverness, IV2 7JL
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