Golden sand and turquoise water - you could be in the Caribbean when the sun is shining. Stunning views across to the Summer Isles, Suilven, the Coigach mountains and An Teallach make this beach magical.
From the A832 turn left at Laide to Mellon Udrigle.
An old inn full of character perfectly perched over Loch Gairloch at Badachro Bay. Sit outside on the deck or in the conservatory with its open fire and enjoy fresh seafood or delicious homemade burgers. You might even be visited by a curious seal.
Gairloch, Ross-shire, Scotland IV21 2AA
Tel: 01445 741255
A B&B in a redundant Fog Signal Station and a place of splendid isolation on Holyhead Mountain. You are picked up at the base of the mounatin by Land Rover and taken on a hair raising ride until you reach the accommodation. Watch the sunset and the many seabirds and enjoy delicious home cooked food.
A small island in the far north west of Scotland owned by the Scottish Wildlife Trust reached by boat from the tiny harbour of Tarbet near Scourie in Sutherland. In spring/summer see thousands of nesting seabirds including puffins, great skuas and razorbills whilst enjoying a walk through the island with magnificent views all round.
When you return back to Tarbet, enjoy the most fresh and delicious seafood at the tiny Seafood Cafe. A gem of a place.
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