Gairloch cottages

If you are looking for a break that incorporates magnificent scenery, vast sandy beaches, a rocky coastline surrounded by majestic mountains then Gairloch is the place for you. This is a destination that feels a million miles away but is surrounded by lots of things to see and do. If you simply want to kick back and relax on a beach, then Gairloch can deliver. Choose between Big Sand and Redpoint beach which also comes with the added benefit of some spectacular views across the Western Isles. Pack up a picnic and remember your binoculars as you might be rewarded with a glimpse of minke whales, dolphins or common and grey seals. This is an area for lovers of the great outdoors, with some fantastic walking and mountain bike trails or maybe you prefer hopping aboard a loch and sea cruise from the Gairloch Marine Life Centre. However you choose to discover this area base yourself from one of our Gairloch cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Gairloch

This picturesque village on the west coast of Scotland offers a blend of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and cultural experiences. Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in Gairloch:

  1. Gairloch Beach: Relax on Gairloch Beach, a stunning sandy shore with views of the surrounding mountains. Enjoy beachcombing, picnicking, and taking in the coastal scenery.

  2. Gairloch Heritage Museum: Explore the Gairloch Heritage Museum, where you can learn about the local history, heritage, and culture of the area. Discover exhibits on crofting, fishing, and more.

  3. Whale Watching and Wildlife Tours: Join a wildlife watching tour to spot marine life such as whales, dolphins, and seabirds. The waters around Gairloch are rich in biodiversity.

  4. Inverewe Garden: Visit Inverewe Garden, a stunning garden known for its exotic plants and stunning landscapes. Explore the lush grounds, vibrant flowers, and tranquil setting.

  5. Hiking and Outdoor Activities: Discover the surrounding natural beauty through hiking, mountain biking, or kayaking. Explore the rugged landscapes, lochs, and viewpoints in the region.

Bonus: Take a drive along the scenic North Coast 500 route, visit the charming village of Poolewe, or relax in local cafes and restaurants for a taste of Highland hospitality.

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