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Hartfield House offers pet-friendly accommodations in Applecross. Free private parking is available on site. There are extensive grounds and covered space for bikes, ideal for cyclists and walkers. Everything was great! You could hear the cows and see an immense amount of Stars! Unfortunately, I could only stay for one night, but will definately be back!
The Haven Guest House is offering accommodations in Plockton. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. At the guesthouse, each room has a closet, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Very comfortable good sized room and bathroom. Excellent breakfast. Friendly staff. Exceeded our expectations, we couldn’t fault anything.
Located in the tiny hamlet of Erbusaig, just over a mile from the Kyle of Lochalsh and 2 miles from Skye Bridge, this B&B has magnificent sea views. This is what I imagine when you say B&B. Homey room, excellent breakfast and friendly hosts. All was topped with steam feature in the shower, home-made short bread and complementary tasting of whiskey. I can’t recommend this place more!
Overlooking the Isle of Skye & Raasay, Tingle Creek Hotel is in a quiet location within the West Highlands of Scotland. Gorgeous property with lovely water views and immaculately presented. Very cosy open fire in the lounge where we met some other lovely guests and spent the evening chatting. We loved our 2 night stay here and highly recommend it.
Located in Plockton in the Highlands region, Tullach Beag, Plockton is a 4-star property featuring free WiFi. We were really happy with our choice and enjoyed a lot our stay at this property. It is cozy, well equipped, quiet and comfortable. It was so nice to relax in the seating room on the sofas in front of the fire and talk. We had good time preparing our meals together (kitchen is really accommodating for that) and share them among us.
Applecross and the surrounding area are beautiful only spoiled by large mobile homes driven badly on single track roads. Accommodation is limited and hard to come by as are places to eat. We had dinner at the Walled Garden which was excellent and needed to be pre-booked. Many excellent walks around the area and interesting historical details and wildlife.
Wonderful location. Perfect for anyone into outdoor pursuits, walking, cycling, climbing or exploring the wonderful Northwest Coast of Scotland and NC500 Route. A very remote area, no phone or internet signal. Requires planning beforehand with good old fashioned maps and pen and paper. Applecross Walled Garden very nice for breakfast both mornings. Allow plenty of driving time to Applecross and both roads in are narrow, slow and long, BUT beautiful.
The situation of the village is breathtaking. We were perhaps lucky that the weather was so good and we got the magnificent view across to Raasay and Skye in all its glory. That it rained the following day was a bit of a downer, but we managed the Bealach without any problems. Everything was so impressive about the village - the food at the Inn was excellent and reasonably priced. Do buy fuel from the filling station - it's part of the village's service!!
I was just travelling through on the North Coast 500 with my brother and sons on motorcycles. The Bealach na ba takes some beating as a motorcycling road, absolutely spectacular but not for the faint hearted! Stopped at the petrol pump on the Sunday evening to fill up only to encounter a sign saying "no petrol until Monday!" so don't turn up with a dry tank! It added to adventure I cannot recommend the Applecross Walled Garden restaurant highly enough, the food is some of the best I have ever tasted, anywhere. It is not cheap but worth the money. Views in the area are fabulous but the midges are savage. Well worth a visit
Applecross is a remote wild corner of Scotland reached by an incredible mountain pass. The spectacular drive across is not for nervous drivers but well worth the effort. The local pub is exactly what you want - friendly locals, good beer, superb local seafood and family friendly. You are just on the coast overlooking the Isle of Skye. It’s really a magical part of the Highlands.
Amazing place to be in the nature. Good place to travel with kids. There are a lot of easy walking routes to do with kids (1-2hr). We arrived till the coral beach and do some walks arround the village. Also is a good place to observe birds and to be in contact with the nature. They also offer sport activities and guides.