Badrallach Bothy and Campsite, Croft No 9, Badrallach, Dundonnell, Ross-shire, IV23 2QP
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.
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07435 123 190
12+ (alpine style platforms) 20 at a squeeze. Mats required.
All year. All day.
£8pp, £2 per vehicle. £100 sole use. See @badrallachcampsite facebook page for camping/cottage fees.
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.
Westerbus (01445 712255) Mon/Wed/Sat between Inverness and Gairloch drops at Dundonnell, 7 miles from hostel.
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is near mountains, is available to individuals, gives a Best Price Guarantee, is a Green Business Award Winner and is on the ideal for retreats page, the Hostels that welcome stag and hen parties map, the Hostels with Camping map, the camping barn map and the North Coast 500.