Read Bronagh Braidwood talks about her stay at Inchnadamph Lodge on her tour of the North Coast 500.
We were given a bright, spacious dorm room and my boys were extremely excited to see a stag out of the window. The large dining room has views over the mountains and loch and there is a self catering kitchen even though a continental breakfast is included in the overnight price. The facilities are perfect for walkers, cyclists and large groups exploring the surrounding Assynt hills, there is a fantastic drying room. The next day, with dried boots and jackets, we went to check out the ruins of Ardveck Castle, hilarity ensued as all my boys ended up in the dungeon. We enjoyed a walk to the bone caves about a mile and a half south of Inchnadamph. The caves feature in The Northwest Highland rock route which tells the incredible story about the surrounding glen and how it formed during the last glaciation.