Situated in Assynt, in the north west Highlands, Cruachan Lodge is remote, yet easy to reach. We are about two hours drive from Inverness which takes you through unforgettable, spectacular views. There are unspoilt beaches within easy reach, clifftop walks, and many mountain peaks, although dramatic, are reasonably easy to climb. Wildlife is in abundance, from our doorstep you could expect to encounter, stags, pine martin, wildcat, otter, and badger... the latter in residence within 100 metres. For bird lovers, a whole range of moorland and seabirds, including ospreys and eagle.
A former Manse, Cruachan Lodge is now a comfortable four-bedroom guest house. Each room is individual, and has been tastefully refurbished to reflect our Scottish style. All bedrooms are en-suite, and have the usual facilities. We have a cosy residents lounge with open fire, where guests may relax. The dining room, also with an open fire, provides for diners excellent Scottish fayre. We source most of our food from within Scotland, thus able to offer the best of beef, lamb, venison and, of course fish including shellfish -when available.
“An authentic example of true Highland hospitality, we’II be recommending you!”
Alistair Dodds - Chief Executive Highland Council
“Our eleventh visit, each time as good as the last! Friendly hospitality, excellent food and company,
we will be back!”
Peter & Helen Ellwood - West Yorkshire
“Maggie & Dennis Campbell’s B&B is a homely haven in the wilds of the Stoer peninsula.”
As featured in ‘Places to Stay’ - Country Living Magazine