What is there to do?

Well apart from the great walking opportunities, here are a few ideas

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

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

Spend time in the fresh air - walks straight from your front door

Take a boat trip to search for dolphins and whales

The famous Inverewe Garden is just a few miles from Gairloch

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

A lovely 9 hole course sits alongside Gairloch beach

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

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

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

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

Take a drive along part of the amazing NC500 route, which passes through Gairloch

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

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