If you are looking for somewhere a little out of the ordinary to stay, then take a look at quirky Tangle Tower. This luxury self catering holiday home, based in Inverness - The capital city of the Scottish Highlands was once known as 'The Watchtower' during the Victorian era - it has been used as both an observation tower during the War and a Coastguard station, where boats were launched right out of what is now the kitchen straight into the sea. Located in South Kessock, on the shore of the Moray Firth at Inverness, the property has been lovingly renovated to a high standard with careful consideration being taken to preserve some of the original features. The names of those who have worked here in the past have been painted on to the walls in the stairway so that they can be remembered forevermore in this building that is rich with history. The kitchen, bedroom and upstairs lounge area have beautiful large windows that allow you to take in the astonishing views of the Moray Firth and the Kessock Bridge. The upper lounge can be transformed into a bedroom with the sofa bed if you require a property that sleeps six in total.
Tangle Tower is available to book for short breaks or long leisurely holidays. It is the perfect base to explore the Scottish Highlands and Islands area.