Inchnadamph Lodge, Inchnadamph, Assynt, Nr Lochinver, Sutherland, IV27 4HL

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Self catering accommodation in Assynt

Situated at the heart of the dramatic Assynt mountains, Inchnadamph Lodge has been tastefully converted to provide quality hostel accommodation at a budget price. Twin, family and dormitory (6-8 people) rooms are available. There is a large self-catering kitchen, a lounge and a dining room (both with real fires) and a small shop for snacks & basic meals at reception. There are also 3 en-suite rooms in the tastefully converted annex. Based at the foot of Ben More Assynt, and overlooking Loch Assynt, visitors are free to explore one of the wildest areas in the Highlands. 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, 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

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Details

  • Beds & Rooms:

    60: Lodge: 4x2 (twin), 3x family, 2x6, 2x8. Annex: 3x family. Shepherds hut: 2x2.
  • Open:

    Mid March to Mid Oct. All day
  • Price per night:

    £22-27pp (dormitory), £35-£45pp (twin)
  • Booking:

    Strongly advised. Essential May/June as very busy. From Oct-March booking is required as the hostel may be closed.
  • 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.
  • Public Transport :

    Transport is available to the door from Inverness 6 days a week, by coach to Ullapool and minibus to Inchnadamph. Times vary - please call for details.
  • Walks :

    Long Distance Walkers AssociationLong Distance Walks North Coast 500 Cape Wrath Trail LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike Scottish National Trail
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This accommodation is available at the following peak times

Available Spring Bank Holiday or Whitson Half Term 2022

Facilities

aMixed dormitories
bSingle sex dormitories
cPrivate rooms
&Family rooms
dBedding provided
gFully heated
nBreakfast available (with notice)
oMeals available locally
kSelf catering facilities
!Bike/equipment store (unlocked)
iDrying room
jShowers
lShop
pClothes washing facilities
sComputer with internet
[WiFi
ZDogs by arrangement

Availability

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Great value accommodation in the Assynt mountains

May 25th 2021

Explore the wildest parts of the Highlands at Incnadamph Lodge. found in the heart of the Assynt mountains – which you can climb from the doorstep. The area is rich in diverse wildlife and unique geological features, with some beautiful lochs nearby that are popular for trout fishing.

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Stay in Scottish baronial splendour on the Scottish National Trail

August 15th 2020

Inchnadamph Lodge hostel in the heart of the dramatic Assynt mountains offers budget accommodation to walkers in a majestic setting

Not only the Scotland National Trail , but also the Cape Wrath Trail and the Sutherland Trail pass close by.  Fully heated, with bedding provided, a drying room, meals available nearby  and provisions for sale on site if you want to self cater, you will want for nothing.  There’s WiFi for those who can’t manage without and dogs are welcome with prior arrangement.

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Accommodation at Inchnadamph Lodge in the dramatic Assynt mountains

July 3rd 2020

Cosy Shepherds Cabin, Shepherds Hut, Family Room and double/twin annex are all available for various dates (with a minimum of 3 nights stay).

Assynt Bothy at Inchnadamph
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Latest Blog about Inchnadamph Lodge

North Coast 500 with kids… Have children, will travel

October 7th 2016

I am a mother of 4 small boys aged 11, 8 and 5 years old twins. We live in the most Northerly part of Scotland, and have been known to travel great distances to go on holiday. This year, however, we decided to stay a bit closer to home and drive the new coastal road, the NC500.  In a bid to see what the route has to offer for families. My boys were duly packed into our old van and off we went.

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