Bed and Breakfast Lochinver - B and Bs & Guest Houses in Lochinver

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Ardvreck Castle - Not far from Inchnadamph stand the remains of Ardvreck Castle on the shores of Loch Assynt. Thought to have been built in 1590/91 by the Macleods who owned Assynt since the 13th century. The loser of the Battle of Carbisdale, the Marquis of Montrose was captured around here in 1650 - the stories vary as to what exactly transpired - and it is believed he was held in the castle before being sent to Edinburgh for execution. Not long after this, the Mackenzies came to the area and built nearby Calda House. In the 18th century Calda and Ardvreck were both destroyed by fire. Legend has it that a wicked old dowager lived in the castle for many years. It was apparently struck by lightning after 5 years of poor harvests and difficult fishing which many believed was proof that the old woman had put a curse on the region.
Ardvreck Castle

Art Galleries - Dick Lally’s Gallery and Studio, Strathcroy on the tourist road from Lochinver to Kylesku is open from 10.00am until 4.30pm (closed Sundays and in winter). On the Rocks - Open all year but by appointment in the winter. Summer: Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm Closed Sunday. Craftshop/Workshop with mineral specimens, jewellery, handpainted silk, handmade cards.
Art Galleries

Cape Wrath - Scotland’s most north westerly point can only be reached by a bus journey of about 11 miles through wild unspoiled scenery. Some of Britain’s highest cliffs, seabirds, wildlife, seals and the spectacular Cape Wrath Lighthouse. Slight delays can be expected at peak times and during MOD exercises.
Cape Wrath

Handa Island - The Great Stack or Stack an Seabhaig (the hawk’s stack) is the best place to experience the sight, sound and smell of some of Handa’s 180,000 seabirds. The stack is a pillar of sandstone separated from the island by the sea. Over 9,000 guillemots alone breed on ledges on the Stack’s east-face! Razorbills lay their single egg on crevices near the top of the Stack. Kittiwakes build nests made of grass cemented together by droppings. Puffins nest in burrows on top of the Stack, probably because of introduced brown rats. Following the eradication of rats from Handa in 1997, puffins have started to colonise the main island again. A small ferry boat operates from Tarbet from April to early September, Monday - Saturday from 9:30am. Ferry costs £10.00 (adults), £5.00 (children). Crossings are on demand and weather dependent. Last outbound journey approx. 2:00pm. Last return journey at 4:30pm. Tarbet is sign-posted from the A894, 2 miles North of Scourie. Parking and public toilets available in Tarbet ( no toilets on Handa).
Handa Island

Smoo Cave - Located at the eastern edge of the village of Durness, on Scotland's most northerly coastline. It is a dramatic location and on the only primary road in the area, the A838 Durness to Tongue. A trip to Smoo Cave has to be included in any stay in Durness. Set into limestone cliffs, Smoo Cave is quite large - 200 feet long, 130 feet wide and 50 feet high at the entrance. The cave is a great tourist attraction for people visiting the north-west coast, and is well worth a visit.
Smoo Cave

Statesman Cruises - Cruise past the seal colonies and onto Eas a Chaul Aluinn the tallest(200m) free falling waterfall in the UK Operates throughout the Summer Sunday to Thursday 11.00am and 3.00pm Friday 11.00am and 2.00pm
Statesman Cruises

Ruddyglow Park Country House

Ruddyglow Park is a small, five star, boutique country house, nestled between the foothills of Quinag and the edge of Loch Assynt in the beautiful North-West Highlands of Scotland. We offer outstanding personal service and luxurious bed...

The Shepherds Cottage Ruddyglow Park

Our lovely traditional, stone built, cottage, which dates back to the early 1800’s is the perfect place to relax and unwind with your family or a group of friends. Set in its own garden with spectacular views of Loch Assynt to the...


'Linga' is a self-catering chalet in a secluded position overlooking the bay of Inverkirkaig, providing comfortable accommodation for 4 people.

Tigh Na Sith Guest House

Our home is a modern well equipped and detached guest house, located in the centre of the Highland fishing village of Lochinver. At Tigh Na Sith we aim to offer you a home from home experience which is why all of our guest rooms are...

Cathair Dhubh Estate

Five modern, luxury, fully equipped cottages sleeping 2 -6 persons, enjoying stunning sea and mountain views on our coastal estate overlooking the white sand beaches of Achmelvich Bay near Lochinver. Set in the North West Highlands...


Mullach is a recently completed architect designed self-catering property on the far north west of Scotland which offers exceptional holiday accommodation of a very high standard in the midst of spectacular scenery. Mullach sleeps 6...

Veyatie Lochinver

Veyatie is located in a beautiful peaceful setting, overlooking Lochinver Bay in the Northern Highlands of Scotland. Abundant wildlife, white sand beaches, stunning scenery - a perfect getaway. We offer spacious, luxurious...

Stac Fada Bed and Breakfast

The ultimate get-away ! A double and a twin room with private bath in the north west Scottish Highlands with stunning sea views to the Hebrides. Quiet location, easy parking,warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere, good food, pets welcome...