Address Lochview Bed and Breakfast, Lochside on the banks of Loch Shin, Achfary, Lairg, Sutherland IV27 4EH, Scotland, UK
Telephone: 0044(0)1549 402578, Mobile: 07973 844814
Fax: 01549 402578
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Lochview Bed and Breakfast is located on the banks of Little Loch Shin in the village of Lairg. Lairg means “the meeting of roads” which makes it an ideal location for your holiday in the highlands as you can reach the North, West and East coasts in less than one hours drive (an hour and a half to John O’Groats).
Relax in spacious, comfortable four star en-suite rooms all with beautiful views overlooking Little Loch Shin. There is a large lounge and also a sunroom exclusively for guests. Activities including Walking, Munro Bagging/Climbing, Sightseeing, Bird Watching, Dolphin Watching, Whisky Trail, Fishing, Hunting, Sailing. For more details see: What to See and Do in Lairg. Nearby places of interest/day trips: Handa Island, Kylesku, Lochinver.
The garden has many places where you can sit out and enjoy the wonderful views and watch the wildlife, 84 different bird species have been seen from the garden. There is a Summer House in the garden from which you can enjoy the views regardless of the weather.
The Garden at Lochview slopes gently down to the water at Little Loch Shin. With all rooms en-suite, ample safe parking and a drying room, we are sure we can make your stay comfortable. Evening meals and packed lunches are available on request. No smoking.
Fishing or Trout Angling services, boat angling
Many of the Lochs around here have very good, wild brown trout fishing available. This can be arranged very easily with boat hire available on most of them. We have fishing on Little Loch Shin, which is at the bottom of our garden. For guests this fishing is free as is boat hire, we only have one boat so its first come, first served. If you are interested more about fishing in this area, See: Central Sutherland Fishing SpotsAs you visit ‘Lochview Bed and Breakfast’, you may find interest in following listings . . .