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Anyone who has problems sleeping would love to know the secret to getting a good night’s sleep. Certainly poor sleep can be attributed to a number of factors, including problems at home or work, worries about things outside one’s control, or a gradual change in metabolism. That said, there are simple ways of throwing off problems, albeit perhaps temporarily, and sinking into a deep, relaxing and rejuvenating slumber.
Sleep is an important part of how well the body and mind operates, and too little sleep can have serious consequences for health and wellbeing. Getting the right balance can make a real difference to how people feel, how alert they are to the requirements of their job, and how they relate to family and friends. Tired people can often find it difficult to be pleasant or to concentrate, making a good night’s sleep even more important.
Ways to sleep better when travelling
When staying in a big city and in a big city hotel it can be difficult to get the peace and quiet needed for a good night’s sleep. Sometimes a special city break is needed – for a business trip or a stay away with family or friends.
Although a city break may be great for exploring iconic sights, taking in shows and classic restaurants, it is only one aspect of the accommodation on offer in the UK. Scotland in particular has some real gems just waiting to be discovered outside of the Edinburgh/Glasgow axis. Head up north from Edinburgh via Perth and the A9, through the wonderful wildness of the Cairngorms National Park, and arrive at Inverness, the beautiful city only a few miles north of Loch Ness.
Here can be found the restful Lyndon Guest House, a veritable gem just a ten-minute walk from the city centre. It takes only minutes to come out of the city and start to explore the stunning countryside of the north of Scotland.
Comfort and peace
At Lyndon Guest House, there is ample opportunity to relax and recharge the batteries. There is a double room with double bed, four family rooms each with double bed and single bed, and a single room, all with shower and toilet en suite. Beds and bedding are extremely comfortable with top-quality furnishings, and rooms are spacious to help add a layer of calmness to encourage a good night’s sleep.
Guests who worry about internet connectivity can relax, knowing that wireless internet is available in every room, so laptops, tablets or mobile phones can link in quickly. The 26-inch digital flat screen televisions mean that guests can gently wind down to sleep with their favourite programmes.
Out and about
The Scottish air around Inverness is noted for its purity so some brisk or leisurely walks will be a great help for getting a good rest at night. Filling the lungs with fresh pure air, returning for a delicious meal in one of the city’s fine restaurants, and then sinking into the warmth and comfort of a bed at Lyndon Guest House is the perfect antidote to sleepless nights.