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B&B in Torridon and Gairloch


Castle Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Lochcarron
No pets Wifi / broadband

Castle Cottage Bed & Breakfast    Lochcarron

A fabulous location - at the waters edge in the heart of Lochcarron Village. Castle Cottage offers high quality accommodation, with double & twin rooms available, all ensuite and offering wonderful loch and mountain views. This is an ideal spot for exploring the beautiful NW Highlands area. Lorna & Gary Lory look forward to welcoming you to their home.

Milmar Bed & Breakfast, Lochcarron
No pets Wifi / broadband

Milmar Bed & Breakfast    Lochcarron

Milmar is a family run bed and breakfast positioned on a quiet site above the village of Lochcarron. The property has panoramic views both up and down the loch, and across to Attadale, with the mountains Bidein a Choire Sheasgaich and Beinn Dronaig forming the skyline to the south. It is just a 5 to 10 minute walk to the lochside and the main road of the village, where you will find the village hotel offering drinks and food, a very good roadside cafe, and an excellent bistro.

Ferroch, Annat, near Torridon
No pets Wifi / broadband

Ferroch    Annat, near Torridon

Ferroch is situated in a stunning position with amazing views overlooking Loch Torridon, perfectly located for many wonderful walks & climbs in the Torridon hills. At the east end are 3 B&B rooms all with ensuite showers. There is a comfortable sitting/dining room and large kitchen. Ferroch is a B&B with a different concept - a large choice of breakfast ingredients are in the kitchen & you help yourself. At the southern end of the house is a 2 bed self catering cottage.

Rua Reidh Lighthouse, near Melvaig
Pets by arrangement

Rua Reidh Lighthouse    near Melvaig

Ever dreamed of staying at a lighthouse? Rua Reidh Lighthouse, near Gairloch, in Wester Ross, stands at the entrance to Loch Ewe, one of the most dramatic and remote locations on the north-west coast of Scotland, with breath-taking views to the Isle of Skye, Shiant Isles and the Outer Hebrides. A minimum two-night booking on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis, allows plenty of time to explore the local walks or simply relax and enjoy the views and wildlife - we regularly see otters, whales, dolphins, seals and sea eagles.

Pathend Bed & Breakfast, Lochcarron
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Pathend Bed & Breakfast    Lochcarron

Helen and Adrian welcome you to Pathend, our Victorian former Factors house, set in the picturesque coastal village of Lochcarron. The house offers lovely sea and mountain views and is ideally located for exploring some of the finest scenery in Scotland, such as The Applecross Peninsula, Torridon, Plockton and the Isle of Skye. Open all year. Evening Meals and packed lunches available on request.

Kinloch Bed & Breakfast, Shieldaig
Pets by arrangement

Kinloch Bed & Breakfast    Shieldaig

Kinloch is set in a spectacular sea-shore location overlooking Loch Torridon and Shieldaig Island. The wooded slopes of Ben Shieldaig form a dramatic backdrop to the house. The giants of Torridon - Beinn Alligin, Liathach and Beinn Eighe are only a few minutes drive away.

We offer you the independence of your own cottage. Packed lunches available. A very comfortable retreat to return to after a day exploring the wonderful scenery and wildlife of the area.

An Cois Na Mara Bed & Breakfast, Laide
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

An Cois Na Mara Bed & Breakfast    Laide

We are a comfortable 3 bed en-suite B&B located in Laide in the beautiful region of Wester Ross. With beach access & stunning views of the Coigach Hills, An Teallach & The Summer Isles. All rooms have T.V, Wi-Fi, Tea & Coffee making facilities.The breakfast room welcomes you to a hearty breakfast overlooking Gruinard Bay. We are perfectly located for exploring the numerous peaks in the area & also the breathtaking beaches of Mellon Udrigle & Gruinard.

Heatherdale, Gairloch
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Heatherdale    Gairloch

Heatherdale is on a hillside overlooking the harbour. Wildlife and fishing boat trips are available around local islands. A short walk to a beautiful sandy beach and challenging golf course. Gairloch offers many places to wine, dine and shop and is set amidst some of the best walking areas in Scotland. A fantastic base for you to explore the North West.

The Sithean, Lochcarron
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Sithean    Lochcarron

The Sithean is a modern property operated as a high quality Bed and Breakfast by former hoteliers Lorna and Ken Wheelan. Situated on the outskirts of the village of Lochcarron The Sithean provides an ideal central base from which to access the hills of Glen Carron, The Torridons, Kintail and Skye.

Fionncroft Shepherds Hut, Melvaig, near Gairloch
 2 Sleeps maximum 2 Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband Real fire or stove

Fionncroft Shepherds Hut    Melvaig, near Gairloch

Luxury Glamping! New for 2018 this quirky accommodation sleeps two in a double bed and has fantastic views over the sea to Skye and Harris. There is a small kitchenette and eating area, wood burning stove and toilet/shower room. All you need for a comfy stay of one night or more. You can self cater or buy cooked breakfast during the summer season in the Cottage B&B. The Hut is on a working croft some eight miles from the busy village of Gairloch on the road out to Rua Reidh Lighthouse.

Applecross B&B, Toscaig. Applecross

Applecross B&B    Toscaig. Applecross

Situated on the remote Applecross Peninsula on the NC500.accessed by the Bealach na Ba or the lower coastal route.In the crofting township of Toscaig.just 4 miles from the world renowned Applecross Inn.lies Applecross B&B. We are a newly opened and completely refurbished property with 4 en suite rooms and 2 with a shared bathroom . A full cooked breakfast is served and we source as much of our produce locally as we can. There are spectacular walks from our front door and we are happy to advise.


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