Sail Mhor Croft
Sail Mhor Croft, Camusnagaul, Dundonnell, IV23 2QT
Sail Mhor Croft is a small rural hostel which is situated at Dundonnell on the shores of Little Loch Broom. The mountain range of An Teallach, which has the reputation of being one of the finest ridge walks in Great Britain, is right on the doorstep and the area is a haven for walkers of all experience. Whether you wish to climb the summits, walk along the loch side, visit a beautiful sandy beach or just soak up the tranquillity of the area, you know the scenery cannot be beaten anywhere in the country. We are also on the NC500 route.
The hostel offers accommodation for up to 16 persons in three dorms which are fitted with anti-midge screens during the summer. Bedding is provided (just need personal towel). It is advisable to ring in advance in order to book yourself a bed.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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16: 2 x 4: 1 x 8
All year except from mid Dec until mid Feb. Flexible opening hours.
£17.50 per person self-catering only. £215.00 per night sole occupancy.
Always phone in advance. Groups should book as soon as possible.
Dave or Lynda
GR 064 893 (sheet 19) 1.5 miles west of Dundonnell Hotel on A832.
Nearest train station is Inverness (60 miles). Nearest City Link bus drop off is Braemore Junction (15 miles). Westerbus passes the hostel 3 times a week; Mon, Wed and Sat. It also provides a service between Gairloch and Ullapool on Thursday afternoon.
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A scenic route around North Scotland passing beaches, ruins and ancient castles
Sail Mhor Croft on the North Coast 500 road route, close to Dundonnell near Ullapool on the West Coast of Scotland. The hostel has private rooms and dorms of 4 and 8, with fully made up beds and full self catering facilities. Stop a while and visit one of the local sandy beaches or just soak up the tranquility. The scenery cannot be beaten. Please book ahead to be sure we have a bed for you.
Sail Mhor Croft is directly below An Teallach, one of the finest ridge walks in Britain with two Munros.
In 1891 Sir Hugh Munro listed the Scottish Mountains over 3,000 ft in height and since then many mountaineers have spent their weekends and holidays ticking Munros off this list. Sail Mhor Croft is situated directly below An Teallach which has two Munros, it is only 15 minutes drive from the Fannichs which have 9 Munros and 25 minutes from the Beinn Deargs another 5 Munros. The area around also includes the magnificent Fisherfield Forest with a further 5 Munros to knock off your list.
The new Scottish rock mecca for climbers, accessible from Sail Mhor Croft.
For many years the crags of the North West were the sole haunts of the few local climbers, however, the secret couldn’t last forever and now this Mecca of rock is available for all to use. With such a vast array of routes there are grades to suite all abilities & all within easy access – some within 10 mins drive from Sail Mhor Croft.
Local climbers Jim Buchanan and Paul Tattersall have produced a series of superb guides to many of the major crags in the area called WildWest Topos. These, together with personal information on the local climbing areas are available from Dave at Sail Mhor Croft. Guided walks, Scrambling, Navigation, & Climbing tuition can also be arrange by the hostels through Go Further.