Badrallach Bothy and Campsite, Croft No 9, Badrallach, Dundonnell, Ross-shire, IV23 2QP

Call Chris Davidson on 07435 123 190


On the tranquil shores of Little Loch Broom overlooking An Teallach, one of Scotland's finest mountain ranges, Badrallach Bothy and Campsite, with its welcoming traditional buildings, offers a fine base for walking and climbing in the hills of Wester Ross, Caithness and Sutherland. You can fish in the rivers, hill lochs and sea, or simply watch the flora and fauna including many orchids, golden eagles, otters, porpoises, pine martens, deer and wild goats. Guests often sit around the peat stove in the gas light (there is now electric here too) and discuss life over a dram or two. Hot showers, spotless accommodation (complete with Green Tourism gold award), an unbelievable price, and the total peace makes the Bothy and campsite one that visitors return to year after year. There is also a holiday cottage for hire. The EarthMind Fellowship, our social enterprise, runs nature-oriented workshops at Badrallach exploring both our inner nature and the nature all around. Includes natural medicine, wilderness therapy and creativity such as music, art and writing.

This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.


  • Beds & Rooms:

    12: (area is for sleeping mats and bags - no beds)
  • Open:

    All year. All day.
  • Price per night:

    £8pp, £2 per vehicle. £100 sole use. See @badrallachcampsite facebook page for camping/cottage fees.
  • Booking:

  • Directions:

    GR 065 915 Located on the shore of Little Loch Broom 7 miles along a single track road off the A832, one mile east of the Dundonnell Hotel.
  • Public Transport:

    Westerbus (01445 712255) Mon/Wed/Sat between Inverness and Gairloch drops at Dundonnell, 7 miles from hostel.
  • Walks:

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks Cape Wrath Trail North Coast 500
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This accommodation is available at the following peak times

Available Autumn Half Term 2021 Available for Christmas 2021 Available February Half Term 2022 Available Easter 2022


aMixed dormitories
rDisabled Access
fSleeping bags required
hSome areas heated
kSelf catering facilities
!Bike/equipment store (unlocked)
iDrying room
8Green Tourism Award: Gold
ZDogs by arrangement
9Best Price Guarantee
5Very basic accommodation


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Latest Blog about Badrallach Bothy and Campsite

Badrallach Bothy on Little Loch Broom

August 5th 2016

The Gentian Mountaineering Club’s 2016 spring meet stayed at Badrallaoch Bothy on Little Loch Broom near Dundonnell. Read on to find out what they did with the idyllic views and steadily improving weather forecast.

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News & Offers from Badrallach Bothy and Campsite

Campsite closed for the foreseeable future. Limited availability at the cottage and bothy.

June 23rd 2020

Our cottage and bothy are open for one group at a time on a few dates. Check our BOOK NOW buttons for more details.


Badrallach Bothy has a green ethos and is part of the Green Tourism scheme, with a Gold award.

August 28th 2019

Forget the rest and relax ! Come to this stunning remote sea loch where the colours change with the hours. There are gas lights and fresh white roses in season to fill the property with a beautiful fragrance… And foraging plants all around the campsite.

You want atmosphere ? A relaxing stay is waiting for you at  Badrallach  Bothy.  The weather and colours change with the hours and each seasons is special and unique.

You can enjoy Climbing, Fishing and Walking  in this beautiful area or enroll in one of our Wellness workshops.

badrallach lake and mountain view

From Chaos to Quest

June 30th 2018

Uncover the deeper narrative of your life while exploring the magical wilds of the North-Western Highlands.

An adventure through outer and inner nature.   September 1st to 6th  2018
Uncover the deeper narrative of your life while exploring the magical wilds of the North-Western Highlands.
Join experienced mountaineering guide Tim Hamlet and wilderness therapist Owen Okie for a journey of healing and inspiration. During this hiking and canoeing adventure you will reflect on your life’s journey, discover your deep purpose, and learn important skills that will help you to live a more authentic and meaningful life. After this deeply transformative experience you will return home more resilient and better equipped to handle the stresses and challenges of daily life.
Each day we will spend approximately 5 hours canoeing and hiking through the stunning landscape of Assynt, which will leave plenty of time for a range of wilderness therapy activities and self exploration. The trip is suitable for everyone with a moderate level of fitness. No previous experience of hiking, canoeing or camping is necessary.
The cost is £540 until July 1st, then goes up to £590. This covers all the necessary camping and canoeing equipment as well as food and the services of professional guides to the wilderness, both inner and outer.
If you have any further questions or would like to book a place please send a message.
Find out more about  Tim and Owen

Wildness theory at Badralloch Bothy

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