Information about Parking in Inverness
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Inverness is a gem waiting to be discovered. With a vibrant restaurant scene, lively markets, and stunning historical attractions, this area is one of the most beautiful in the Scottish Highlands.
The centre of Inverness is compact, making it easy to explore on foot once you secure a car park.
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Inverness Parking Statistics
4.8 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Inverness
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27 parking spaces
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Parking in Inverness
There are a range of options for parking in Inverness. You will see 'Pay and Display' bays around the city, costing from £1 to £4. Time limits apply, so ensure you read the conditions carefully.
Inverness long term parking is available at The Old Town Rose Street Multi-storey Car Park, which is situated within walking distance of the bus station, railway station and the city centre. It is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day and has 856 spaces.
There are also 1350 spaces available at the Eastgate and Falcon Gallery carparks, which are accessible via Millburn road. Parking charges range from £1.40 to £4.00.
Visit the Inverness council website for full parking price list.
Getting to Inverness
Flying: You can fly direct to Inverness from cities around the UK and Europe. The airport is located some 7 miles east of Inverness.
Road: The A9 is the main access road to Inverness from the south, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow, and also from the north.
Train: You can travel to Inverness from any UK station with a connection. The train journey is truly spectacular!
Inverness Airport Parking
Inverness airport car parking offers a choice of short and long-term parking options. There is also a designated drop-off and pick-up area, which is free for the first 10 minutes.
Heading to Inverness for a weekend getaway? Don’t worry about searching for an Inverness Airport Parking discount code. YourParkingSpace has you covered with prices starting from as low as £2.
Disabled Parking in Inverness
With your Blue Badge, you can access disabled parking spaces around Inverness. There is a £20 fee for a Blue Badge.
Inverness is a compact city with plenty to explore. Strolling along the banks of the River Ness is a crowd favourite, or you can cross the suspension bridge to the picture-perfect Ness Islands.
Visit the charming Victorian Market or head to the larger Eastgate shopping centre. Marvel at the St Andrew's Cathedral and explore the vibrant cafe scene.
A total must-see is Inverness Castle, but beware that parking in the area can be tricky.
Don’t panic though, as YourParkingSpace is here to help. Find and pre-book Inverness Castle parking from our range of options for a stress-free day out!
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in Inverness can be found on the ChargePlace Scotland website.
Or book in advance with YourParkingSpace and remove the stress of finding that elusive charging station.
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How much is parking at Inverness train station?
Front car park:
£2.00 for 2 hours (max stay)
Rear car park:
£0.60 up to 20 minutes
£1.20 up to 1 hour
£4.00 up to 6 hours
£6.00 up to 24 hours
How do I apply for an Inverness parking permit?
Inverness Parking Permits can be ordered online. A resident or visitor permit costs £58 and is valid for 12 months
Where is the best place to park near Inverness Cathedral?
Inverness cathedral parking can be difficult. You can park on Ardross street for free, but it is often very busy. Alternatively, you can park in Pay and Display bays nearby.
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Latest Inverness parking reviews
Lots of space and car perfectly safeKirsty
Great option for when you are catching the train away - easy to find, east walk around to the train station, well lit too. Will use again.Karl
Lots of spaces, will use againKerry
Easy parking and very centralPaul
Easy to find plenty of room and in open site will use againChris
The email from 'Your Parking Space' quoted an incorrect address, which was nowhere near the car park. They need to amend these details, because other reviews have identified the same problem. I have reported the issue and have also provided the Latitude & Longitude coordinates (because more Many SatNavs can be programmed with these coordinates, which are more precise than Postcodes). I experienced no problems with this booking, once I had managed to find the car park. The parking spaces are ideally situated, if you are staying at the Premier Inn. In fact, the rear entrance of the Premier Inn is so close that I would recommend driving directly to the car park, before unloading any luggage. I parked beneath one of the lampposts and my car was still parked safely, when I returned 8 days later. I would have awarded 5 stars, if the directions to the car park had been correct.Robert
First time used this system Was well impressedBetty
Very easy to arrange booking online, no issues with the parking at all. overall very good experience.Alan
Ideal parking for either Premier Inn or Town, as centrally located.Bejul
It worked and I didn’t have any issues but I was worried to come back to find my car towed or a large fine on my window.Harold