Inchnadamph Hotel

Inchnadamph Hotel

An informal and friendly atmosphere prevails within the hotel. Guests will enjoy generous portions of traditional home-cooked food prepared to a very high standard that will satisfy the hearty appetites stimulated by days spent in the open air.

Inchnadamph Hotel is a long established family run fishing hotel nestling at the foot of Ben More. It is an ideal base also for walking, caving, climbing and bird watching being near to two National Nature Reserves. Interesting rock formations are a delight for all Geologists. The eminent Geologists Peach and Horne studied the area whilst staying at the Inchnadamph Hotel. All rooms are very comfortably furnished, mostly en-suite with tea and Coffee making facilities. No televisions as there is no reception. Both the guests Dining Room and the newly opened Restaurant overlook the beautiful Loch Assynt. Our speciality home- cooked traditional meals are prepared at the highest standards. Enjoy the friendly atmosphere in front of a log fire whilst partaking of our fine selection of malts. Tariffs from £18 to £42 per peron, per night B&B (inclusive of VAT). No single room supplements. Group discounts available. An all in package of £265 pp for DB&B plus packed lunches and boats is available in April, July, August, September and October. Contact us for further details.

Located at the bottom of Loch Assynt 10 miles east of Lochinver. The Inchnadamph Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the area. The unspoilt countryside is wild and spectacular, abounding in streams, waterfalls, mountains and lochs. The hotel is in an excellent position for hill walking, climbing, angling, caving, geology, photography, painting and bird-watching.

Contact:
Inchnadamph Hotel
phone +44 (0)1571 822202,
fax +44 (0)1571 822203 or
e-mail s...@inchnadamphhotel.com
Web: http://www.inchnadamphhotel.co.uk/

Inchnadamph Hotel, Loch Assynt, Inchnadamph, Sutherland

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Inchnadamph Hotel - *** Hotel
Loch Assynt Inchnadamph, Assynt By Lairg
Sutherland IV27 4HN
Scotland, UK

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