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B&B in Assynt, Lochinver and Achiltibuie



Inchnadamph Lodge B&B, Assynt
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Inchnadamph Lodge B&B    Assynt

Inchnadamph Lodge is a listed former Manse in the very heart of Assynt. Ideally placed for easy access to the whole of Assynt - the munros Conival and Ben More Assynt are on our doorstep. The sandy beaches along the coast and the fishing village of Lochinver are just 20 minutes drive. We offer a relaxing stay for individuals, couples, families and groups in a mixture of private twin, double & family rooms, or shared hostel dormitories. New for 2019, en-suite rooms in the newly renovated annex 100m behind the main Lodge.

Newton Lodge B&B, Kylesku
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Newton Lodge B&B    Kylesku

Enjoy stylish rooms and more! Newton Lodge is a special place to stay on your Highland adventure and offers so much more than bed and breakfast. We have 7 lovely en-suite bedrooms all with views of either the loch, mountains or both and our Highland Bar & Eatery - No 4 is unique in the area.

We serve light bites, lunch, dinner, afternoon teas and a special vegan menu. Newton Lodge is the perfect base from where you can explore this amazing part of Scotland. Stay awhile, relax and enjoy!

Tarradh Guest house, Lochinver
No pets Wifi / broadband

Tarradh Guest house    Lochinver

When you stay at Tarradh Guest house, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Inverkirkaig Beach and Clachtoll Beach. Free self parking is available onsite.

B&B Philosophy, Clashmore
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

B&B Philosophy    Clashmore

B&B Philosophy is within a 5-minute drive of Stoer Beach and Clashnessie Beach. Free self parking is available onsite.

Davar, near Lochinver
No pets Wifi / broadband

Davar    near Lochinver

With a stay at Davar, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Inverkirkaig Beach and Clachtoll Beach. Free self parking is available onsite.


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