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B&B in Gairloch, Poolewe and Aultbea


Rua Reidh Lighthouse, near Melvaig
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Rua Reidh Lighthouse    near Melvaig

Have you ever dreamed of staying at a lighthouse? Built in 1912 by David A Stevenson, Rua Reidh Lighthouse, near Gairloch, stands at the entrance to Loch Ewe, at one of the most dramatic and remote locations on the north-west coast of Scotland, with breath-taking views across the Minch to the Isle of Skye, the Shiant Isles and the Outer Hebrides. The guest accommodation at our unique home will appeal to adventurous travellers who wish to appreciate the remoteness, tranquillity, walking opportunities and abundant wildlife of this stunning location.

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.

Aird Hill Bed & Breakfast, Badachro
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Aird Hill Bed & Breakfast    Badachro

Vanessa & Gordon Quinn invite you to enjoy a stay at Aird Hill Bed & Breakfast during your visit to the Scottish Highlands. Stylish, comfortable and well equipped rooms await you with en-suite facilities and a breakfast view second to none.

Situated near Gairloch, on the hillside overlooking Badachro village and the bay to the east, with views west to the Isle of Skye and south over the Torridon mountains, it's hard to image a more idyllic location.


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