Highlands & Islands

Click the map for tourism ideas The Scottish Highlands offer the most spectacular and varied range of landscapes to be found in the whole of the British Isles. Spectacular Mountain ranges, wild sea lochs and wooded glens are complimented with peaceful villages and tropical gardens.
Applecross Inn

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Shore Street, Applecross, Highlands IV54 8LR. Tel: 01520 744262
Excellent inn with great food. Very isolated at the bottom of the Applecross pass with fantastic coastal views of Inner Sound and the Islands of Raasay and Skye. Has been known to be visited by 20 MGF's at the same time !
Clachaig Inn

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Clachaig, Glencoe, Highlands PH49 4HX. Tel: 01855 811252
16th Century gem nestling in the spectacular scenery of Glencoe in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. The Clachaig is easy to miss as the journey along the A82 is joy to drive but a very short detour via this inn is a must. The food is excellent quality, there are a range of well kept real ales and the usual array of whisky to be expected in Scotland.
Crask Inn

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Crask Cottage, Lairg, Highlands IV27 4AB. Tel: 01549 411241
19th Century travellers' inn located on the A836 and surrounded by - Nothing ! The Crask is as remote an inn as you'll find but the welcome is as warm as you'll find anywhere. Not much in the way of a bar and no TV but then wild magnificent Scottish countryside is a plenty. You may even get invited to see the new litter of collie puppies or feed a new born lamb. The Crask Inn may be basic and it may be the only place for miles but it's worth calling in regardless and if you wish to see the most spectacular of night sky with no light pollution, then this is the place to stay.
Eilean Iarmain Hotel

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Sleat, Isle Of Skye, Highlands IV43 8QR. Tel: 01471 833 332
Ferry Boat Inn

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Shore Street, Ullapool, Highlands IV26 2UJ. Tel: 01854 612366
18th century inn situated on the shore of Loch Broom with glorious views of the surrounding mountains. Good food and good ale are served with fish a speciality from the adjacent harbour. A typical Scottish welcome awaits from both staff and locals.
Kilberry Inn

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, Kilberry, Highlands PA29 6YD. Tel: 01880 770223
Superb food is served in this former croft with low beamed ceilings, stone walls and a red tin roof. Located remotely on the Kintyre peninsular overlooking the Sound of Jura.
Lock Inn

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Canalside, Fort Augustus, Highlands PH32 4AU. Tel: 01320 366302
Excellent little 19th Century inn, formerly a bank and post office, sitting at the bottom of a flight of locks on the Caledonian Canal linking Loch Ness to Loch Oich. An outdoor area overlooks the lock and boats can be hired nearby.
Old Inn

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, Gairloch, Highlands IV21 2BD. Tel: 01445 712006
Excellent old inn located a stones throw from the shores of Loch Gairloch. Friendly relaxed atmosphere, specialising in local seafood, game and real ales in a stunning location.
Plockton Hotel

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41 Harbour Street, Plockton, Wester Ross, Highlands IV52 8TN. Tel: 01599 544274
Delightful inn in the picture postcard National Trust village of Plockton overlooking the Loch and Applecross Hills. Good quality ales, a collection of malt whiskies, a good wine list and excellent food can be enjoyed in the finest of locations. Shove ha'penny can be played and occasional live music.
Pool House Hotel

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Poolewe, Wester Ross, Highlands IV22 2LD. Tel: 01445 781272
Set amidst the scenic splendour of Wester Ross with its magnificent backdrop of mountains, the Pool House Hotel stands on the shores of Loch Ewe and alongside the River Ewe.
Sligachan Hotel

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Sligachan, Isle Of Skye, Highlands IV47 8SW. Tel: 01478 650204
Popular inn dating back to 1830 set in stunning surroundings. The Black Cuillin mountain overshadows from the rear and the sparkling waters of Loch Sligachan are stretched out to the front. The Sligachan can be busy especially with walkers & climbers but all can be accommodated in the huge Seumas' bar. Good food and excellent ales are served and live music is a regular feature - all complimented with a huge range of whisky's.
The Anderson

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Fortrose, Inverness, Highlands IV10 8SU. Tel: 01381 620 236
Award-winning restaurant with rooms serving excellent home brewed ales and just a short walk from Fortrose harbour and the Moray Firth.
The Old Forge

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Inverie, Knoydart, Highlands PH41 4PL. Tel: 01687 462267
Locations don't get any better than this. Originally starting out as a smiddy's forge, The Old Forge has no roads in or out and an 18 mile hike over munros or a 7 mile sea crossing from Mallaig are virtually the only way of visiting, making this the remotest pub in mainland Britain. The Old Forge serves spectacular local seafood and serves real ales & good wines. Expect live music as the Forge has its own instruments available for customers to play.
Three Chimneys

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Colbost, Dunvegan, Isle Of Skye, Highlands IV55 8ZT. Tel: 01470 511258
One of Scotland's best restaurants, with a worldwide following. Close to the sea on the shores of Loch Dunvegan with a warm and friendly welcome.
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