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Magnificent sea cliffs on the northern and western sides of the island host one of the largest seabird breeding colonies in N.W Europe. These dramatic sea cliffs rise vertically from the Atlantic and during the summer months are home to around 100,000 breeding seabirds including internationally important numbers of guillemots and razorbills.
Assynt Leisure Centre
A business run by the community for the community. Visitors are welcome to use all the facilities of the Centre
Located in Invercraig - just outside Lochinver - they have a vast collection of local books, cards and paintings by local artist. They also have a cosy café that serves lovely soup, sandwiches and snacks
A website with information about Sutherland in general but with the following sections - Archaeology in Sutherland, Astronomy, Crofting, Cycling, Game Fishing, Shooting and Stalking, Walking in Sutherland and other subjects. Quick and easy to read but has a lot of interesting information.
Mountain bike trails
Mountain bike trails and bike parks from across
the UK covering England, Scotland and Wales.
Each MTB trail listing has detailed descriptions, routes, maps with
directions, rider reviews and dynamically pulled in trail specific tweets and
facebook posts so you can also get a good idea of the current conditions before
you set off.
Royal Dornach Golf Course
Formed in 1877, Dornoch has now been a Royal club for over 100 years! A Royal title means exceptional standards and we always aim to exceed the expectations of our frequent visitors and loyal members. However, we aim to do this in a relaxed, informal environment, with an emphasis on traditional highland hospitality
Welcome to Fish-uk.
Looking for information about anything fishing related then this is the place to find it. Have a look a the the funny video.
Chez Roux, Lochinver, Assynt
Our favourite place for dinner - the food is outstanding, the views spectacular and the service second to none. What more could anyone want?
The Assynt Foundation was bought by the community, for the community, as part of the community land buy-out scheme and now affords locals and visitors alike to opportunity to walk around the Glencanisp and Drumrunie estates. Some 44,000 acres of magical wild lands.
The Kylesku Hotel, Kylesku, Assynt
Is just a 20 minute drive from Ruddyglow Park. Set on the edges of Loch Glendhu the bar and restaurant offer beautiful views to the sea and mountains beyond. The bar is a great place for a casual dinner while the restaurant offers a slightly more formal atmosphere. Reservations are not needed for the bar but are advisable for the restaurant.
Ullapool Golf Club
Ullapool Golf Club was opened in April 1998 by H.R.H Prince Andrew. Whilst the course has been designed and developed to the highest standards, we have maintained a balance with the surrounding landscape and visitors can enjoy their game whilst appreciating the beauty of the Highlands of Scotland
Sutherland Sporting Company
For wonderful country clothing, a trip to The Sutherland Sporting Company is well worth the time. Fine tailors of Scottish sporting tweeds and cashmere.
Wild Scotland Wildlife Watching Calendar
Throughout the year, Scotland is a great place to watch wildlife. Here are some of the most popular species and the best times to see them.
A brand new lovely bright and airy restaurant near the harbour. Friendly staff, great food and great value. Well worth a visit or two.
Muir of Ord Golf Club
The golf course is set in beautiful surroundings just north of Inverness around 90 minutes drive from Ruddyglow Park
Scotlands First European GeoPark
At 3,000 million years old the rocks at the seashore are even older than the hills - and what hills they are! Where else can you experience a skyline that compares to the ridges of Foinaven and Arkle, or classic hills like Suilven or Stac Pollaidh? In places like this it’s not just the eagles or the peregrines that soar. This is the most sparsely populated corner of Europe. Set yourself free in a place with space to spare.
Where to see wildlife and birds in the Highland region
Durness Golf Club
The most North Westerly Course on mainland Britain
Caberfeidh Bar and Restaurant, Lochinver, Assynt
This small restaurant and bar was taken over earlier this year by the owners of the Albannach restaurant. Offers a tapas style menu with superb views of the river.
The Albannach, Lochinver, Assynt
Not many people expect to find a Michelin Restaurant in Lochinver and anyone who hasn't been wants to go. Reservations essential especially over the summer months.
Lochinver Larder, Assynt
For something less formal, the Lochinver Larder offers a great choice of foods, the most notable being their famous Pies. Situated on the bank of the river, just as you enter Lochinver the restaurant has lovely views looking out onto the bay. The conservatory at the front exudes a continental feel on long summer days.
For everything you need to know about fishing in Assynt. You can find out where to fish and get your permits as well as access comments on particular lochs and send in your own. There is a unique interactive Ordnance Survey map which allows you to click on particular lochs and get specific information and comments
Norwest Sea Kayaking
Sea Kayak on the Remote and Rugged North West Coastline of Scotland
Culag Community Woodlands Trust
Purchased by the Trust on behalf of the community in 2000, the Estate is 1200 hectares of beautiful wild Assynt landscape
Smoo Cave is located at the eastern edge of the village of Durness, on Scotland's most northerly coastline. It is a dramatic location and on the only primary road in the area, the A838 Durness to Tongue
Falls of Shin
Visit the magical Falls of Shin and enjoy a great day out for all the family
Highland Stoneware pottery is situated in the North-West Highlands of Scotland. It was formed in 1974 and has built an international reputation for quality and innovation