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Overlooking Lochinver Bay in the Scottish Highlands, this hotel has an award-winning restaurant with picturesque views. everything was perfect. the staff were very helpful and pleasant. the food was awesome. the room and hotel were spotless. I would stay again without a second thought.
Featuring free WiFi, Tigh na Sith offers accommodations in Lochinver, 36 mi from Ullapool. Free private parking is available on site. A flat-screen TV, as well as an iPod docking station are featured.... Perfect friendly hosts who were welcoming and professional. So many thoughtful and appreciated touches - home made porridge, cranachan and bread for toast in the morning. We even left with a ' sweetie bag' for our journey. Enjoyed breakfast where we were introduced to the other guests and had a great chat.
Set in Lochinver in the Highlands region, with White Shore Beach nearby, Bonny Haven offers accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. Fantastic breakfast in the morning. Kirsten was really helpful with suggestions for the rest of the trip and let us know about where to book for dinner.
Set in Lochinver, 0.9 mi from White Shore Beach, tarradh rooms offers accommodations with a garden and free private parking. Featuring a shared bathroom, rooms at the guest house also have free WiFi. View from the room was fantastic. Lovely room comfortable bed
Located in the North West Highland Geopark, Davar offers well-appointed rooms with attached bathroom and stunning views of Loch Inver. Clean spacious room. Delicious hot chocolate. Breakfast was outstanding with lovely coffee, and Dave had so many interesting insights to offer.
Located in Lochinver, Achmelvich View self catering provides accommodations with a garden with a terrace and lake views. What a location! The cabin, if you can call it that, is right next door to the host's house, but you'd never realise it, looking only out to the sea loch and impressive ridge opposite. It has every comfort you could imagine, and when the weather got too much,.you could tuck up safe and sound and watch from the amazing window from your comfy chair. Hosts William and Dorothy were so lovely. They learnt me binoculars for the duration of my stay, and gave me loads of advice on the local area. When the power went out because of bad weather my last night, they provided everything you could need - and insisted I stay another night for free as an apology. Like they could control the weather or power grid! I will be back to this little gem
Located in Lochinver in the Highlands region, Suilven view features a balcony and garden views. Located 0.7 mi from White Shore Beach, the property features a garden and free private parking. The pod is absolutely perfect has everything you need to enjoy your stay including an ice machine! The views are incredible and to be able to enjoy them while outside in winter in a hot tub doesn’t get much better. Kitchenette has tea, coffee and milk available so no need to buy your own for a nights stay. Heating easy to use and warms the pod very quickly. Towels and robes clean and saves you bringing your own either. Scrabble and chess kept under a very comfortable bed. Can’t speak highly enough of this place.
Suil na Mara has sea views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Lochinver. The owner was very pleasant and welcoming, cooked a fantastic breakfast and gave us some helpful tips about places to visit nearby. Great attention to detail (a wee decanter of whisky in the room, along with some snacks), the overall location of Suil na Mara, and the heartiness of the locals made our stay here one of the highlights of our trip to Scotland.
Amazing countryside with stags by the roadside and the Northern Lights dancing across the night sky. Wonderful Ardmore House with amazingly comfortable bed and cozy lounge with log burner and TV with Netflix. Excellent food, out of this world breakfast with local smoked salmon to haggis and porridge to granola, and endless fresh brewed coffee. Kylesku Hotel restaurant with local produce presented to a truly high standard .
The Assynt area is one of the most beautiful in Scotland, a long-term favourite of ours. But the NC500 has ruined it for anyone who likes peace and restful experiences. Motor homes are everywhere, often in convoys along the narrow, single-track roads - and of course the drivers don't know how to reverse with the skill needed for this, as they mostly hire them in Inverness or Edinburgh, so they just barge cars back to a distant passing place. Every beach has cars parked along the road by it, every "campsite" is full of mobile homes and caravans - and this was in October. This must be highly profitable for rental agencies in distant cities, but does little to help the Assynt community (which is still declining: almost all the new building is for self-catering rent, not residents), and will obviously put off the sort of tourists the area used to attract, those keen on nature and wilderness. We sympathised with the "Stop the NC500" posters we noticed.
Had a really nice time. The guest house we stayed in must be the nicest in all of Lochinver. Stunning views and amazing service throughout. Had to leave early on the last morning for our long drive back - so never got to say thank you to the gentleman in charge - so THANK YOU SO MUCH - if you are reading this! Just be aware that there are not that many places to eat and drink, so you really do need to book ahead.
First stop was Highland Stoneware, congratulations to David Grant and his team, excellent! Can also recommend Peet’s Restaurant, good food and a very friendly team. The local scenery was spectacular, bear in mind still only March! Certainly worth driving up and down the coast.
As a photographer the landscape is like disneyland for photographers with endless photo opportunities. I will definitely go back but for much longer next time, no less than a week next time. The beautiful beaches make you forget your in Scotland, and of course the spectacular Clashnessie Falls! If you like to see real Scotland you won't be disappointed in Assynt.
I stayed one night and even though I had trouble finding the place thanks to google, Steven cake and met me right away. He invited me to dinner and we had a fantastic evening of food, drink, music and discussion. He gave me all the local info I needed to continue my journey and even cooked me a delicious breakfast in the morning. I got out of the shower and a French press appeared. I had mentioned I like coffee and he was listening... room is clean and tidy and it’s a shared bathroom downstairs. There is not much happening in the town, and the tavern near by was not a great place at all. I would plan on cooking in the kitchen and bring your own drinks. Overall an amazing stay and would definitely recommend this place. You need a car!
The location,interior space,en suite bathrooms, facilities. Peace and quiet. Wildlife. Walkable to the village
Great space and views friendly service