Inchnadamph Lodge, Inchnadamph, Elphin, Sutherland. IV27 4HL
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Self catering accommodation in AssyntInchnadamph Explorers Lodge sits at the foot of Ben More Assynt, overlooking Loch Assynt and sitting on the NC500. It offers a variety of accommodation, from private rooms and dorms, through to our external accommodation in shepherd huts, a self-catering cottage and steading studio apartments - all welcoming hill walkers, families, explorers and more.
The lodge has is a large self-catering kitchen, a lounge and a dining room (both with real fires) and a shop for snacks & basic meals at the reception. Dogs are welcome everywhere excluding the Lodge and Cosy Cabin shepherds hut.
Mountains can be climbed from the door, there are caves and other exciting geological features in the Traligill river valley and a wide diversity of birds, plants, and animals can be found. Nearby lochs are popular for trout fly fishing. Details and photos are on the website where you can also book online. Stay and explore one of the wildest areas in the Highlands.
This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Beds & Rooms:50
Open:Mid March to Mid Oct. All day
Price per night:From £31pp
Directions:Inchnadamph is 25 miles north of Ullapool on the Lochinver/Durness road. The lodge is the big white building across the river from the hotel.
- Limited public transport. Times vary - please call for details.
- Long Distance Walks North Coast 500 Cape Wrath Trail Scottish National Trail
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