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There is so much for you to discover

Highland Splendor

Rugged, remote, romantic and rare

With hundreds of Munros (mountains over 3000 feet) and several higher peaks, the Highlands cover half the landmass of Scotland and make up one of Europe’s last great wilderness areas. The mountains to the north and west are particularly spectacular. There are 30 of the Munros within just 30 minutes drive of the Aultguish Inn, making us an ideal base for hill walkers and climbers. More than just mountains, the Highland landscape also features tranquil glens and lochs, acres of forest, fascinating archaeological remains, sandy beaches and numerous islands, a fantastic place to explore the west and north of Scotland coastline.

Experience Scotland your way





We also have a covered cottage for motorbike storage, located in a weatherproof and safe area.
North coast 500 Accommodation

Day Trips

Discover Scotland

From the Aultguish, we would recommend these amazing day trips:

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North 500 (ben wyvis)
North Coast 500 Accommodation Ullapool

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Visit the rural majesty of the Scottish highlands

A visit to the Highlands is a glorious experience which extends far beyond the traditional image of shortbread, bagpipes and kilts. The Scottish weather can be exhilarating in all seasons – whether you come for the snow-capped mountains of winter or the heather-covered hills, whether the glens are shrouded in atmospheric mist or the lochs are resplendent in sparking sunshine, with the light and sky constantly changing there is never 2 days the same. In the summer months it is only dark for a couple of hours in the middle of the night.

Ross and Cromarty has a population of only 50,000 and yet is similar in size to Cyprus or Puerto Rico. It spans the country from the Atlantic on the west coast to the North Sea on the east. Its mountainous environment and remoteness make this region one of the last truly unspoilt wilderness areas in Europe.

Local industries revolve around farming and fishing, and of course whisky distilling. The earliest Scottish distillery mentioned in official records was the Ferintosh, which is believed to have been located on the Black Isle (Easter Ross). Although it no longer exists, a number of distilleries can be found in the area, including Glenmorangie at the Royal Burgh of Tain and Glen Ord at Muir of Ord.

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Scotland’s wildlife

Right on our doorstep, you can experience the most breath-taking aspects of Scotland’s wilderness:

And only slightly further afield, there is more opportunity for spectacular sights of:

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the information found on our website provides a framework and reference point for your visit to the Aultguish Inn, please do not hesitate in contacting us with any queries or questions you may have.

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