This tiny hostel nestles amongst ancient pine forest, with waterfowl and wildlife the nearest neighbours. It looks south across a neighbouring 100 acre grazing moor of heather, peat moss and Caledonian woodland to Cairngorm (1245m) and Bynack More (1090m) nine miles away. Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
Come and camp on the peaceful shores of the Moray Firth. Relax with a BBQ on the pebble beach whilst watching the sun set over the distant mountains.
Just a one mile walk from the site is Chanonry Point, the best spot to watch the UK's most northern colony of bottlenose dolphins.
Our friendly and welcoming site is open 1st April - 31st October.
The Black Isle is full of wildlife and lots of great walks. Fortrose is an historical village Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
Our campsite is a small friendly campsite offering the added comfort of toilets, showers and electric hook-up. Working alongside organisations like Scottish Natural Heritage our aim is to offer a place to stay while protecting the fragile environment and wildlife at Lunan Bay. If you would like to enquire about booking please fill in the enquiry form opposite. Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)
Kirkaig Chalets are the perfect place in the highlands of Scotland to unwind from the stresses of everyday life! The popular chalets are situated in the small settlement of Inverkirkaig & have uninterrupted views of the tranquil bay of Loch Kirkaig.
Three miles from Lochinver and 35 miles north of Ullapool. The chalets are a perfect base for a range of activities including hill walking, loch/river and sea fishing, wildlife, bird-watching and Rating: 0.00 (0 votes)