Our Local Area

So apart from getting hitched, what else is there to do around Shiskine?


Take a trip to watch whales and dolphins


The Bheinn Eighe National Nature reserve was Britain's first. Woodland / mountain trails, on the south side of Gairloch,


Walk along the headland at the end of our peninsula for dramatic cliff scenery


Cycle the remote quiet roads around Shiskine, or take a bike up into the mountains


As well as sea fishing for mackerel, prawns and lobsters, you can fish the lochs for wild brown trout and salmon


Various boat trips to look at underwater life, seabirds, seals and porpoises


The world famous Inverewe Garden is just outside Gairloch


View the clear waters with instructor led kayaking, for newbies upwards


Visit the restaurants, shops, galleries, museums, in and around Gairloch


Indulge yourself in some birdwatching or wildlife photography, even from the apartment or pod window


Visit the wonderful beaches in the immediate area, such as this one at Red Point


A lovely 9 hole course sits alongside Gairloch beach


Gairloch village at night

The famous Torridon mountain range outside Gairloch