Lochinver cottages

The small Highland fishing port of Lochinver is situated amongst some of the most stunning and wild landscapes in Scotland. Located in a sheltered bay north of Ullapool on the shores of Loch Inver, the town's busy fishing harbour and fish market forms the focal point of village life. Hillwalkers and climbers are drawn here by the famous mountain Stac Pollaidh, and one of Scotland's most northerly Munros, Ben More Assynt. Several lochs and rivers attract anglers and fishermen due to the quality and numbers of wild brown trout and salmon. This is also a great spot for wildlife as the isolated location is home to golden eagles and you may even spot dolphins and whales. Discover Lochinver at your own pace from one of our Lochinver cottages.

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

This picturesque village in the Scottish Highlands offers a captivating blend of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Here are the top five things to see and do in Lochinver:

  1. Assynt Mountains: Explore the stunning Assynt Mountains, including iconic peaks like Suilven and Quinag. Hike to their summits for panoramic views of the rugged landscapes and nearby lochs.

  2. Achmelvich Beach: Relax on the beautiful Achmelvich Beach, known for its white sands and turquoise waters. Swim, sunbathe, or take a leisurely stroll along the coastline.

  3. Culag Woods: Wander through Culag Woods, a peaceful forest near Lochinver. Enjoy gentle walks amidst ancient trees, explore the tranquil Loch Culag, and discover hidden waterfalls.

  4. Inverkirkaig Falls: Visit Inverkirkaig Falls, a series of cascading waterfalls surrounded by lush vegetation. The short walk to the falls offers a picturesque and tranquil experience.

  5. Local Seafood: Indulge in fresh seafood at local eateries. Lochinver is renowned for its seafood restaurants, offering a taste of the region's culinary delights.

Bonus: Explore the vibrant craft shops and galleries in Lochinver, take a boat trip to appreciate the coastline from the water, or venture further afield to discover the enchanting landscapes of the North Coast 500 route.

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