B&B in Lochcarron, Glen Carron and Achnasheen

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.

Home Farm B&B, Attadale, near Strathcarron
No pets Wifi / broadband

Home Farm B&B    Attadale, near Strathcarron

Welcome to Home Farm B&B. Set in the beautiful location of Attadale, surrounded by hills and Loch Carron. Next to the beautiful Attadale Gardens and only 3 miles off the North Coast 500 route. 2 Munros are on the estate, perfect for hillwalkers. 1 bedroom with a super king sized bed and private bathroom. Fridge available. £80 per night, based on 2 people sharing, breakfast included with many homemade items. Single occupancy £55.00. Stay two or more nights and get £5 off per night.

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.

Rockvilla Guesthouse, Lochcarron

Rockvilla Guesthouse    Lochcarron

When you stay at Rockvilla Guesthouse in Strathcarron, you'll be steps from Loch Carron. Featured amenities include luggage storage and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.

Woodend B&B, Strathcarron

Woodend B&B    Strathcarron

With a stay at Woodend B&B in Strathcarron, you'll be 14.3 mi (23 km) from Plockton Harbour and 17 mi (27.3 km) from Eilean Donan Castle. Free self parking is available onsite.

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