Cape Wrath

Scotland's rugged north coast attracts few visitors, but those who do venture this far find that's there's plenty to write home about. Visitor guide to the Cape Wrath...

  • Cape Wrath Hotels & Accommodation

    A good place to stay is the Cape Wrath Hotel, Tel. 511212, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., which is just off the A838 on the road to the ferry at Keoldale. It overlooks the loch and is popular with fishermen and passing tourists who stop here to enjoy the great food and superb views. The best value around Durness has to be thePort-Na-Con Guest House, Tel. 511367, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., on the west shore of Loch Eriboll, 7 miles from Durness. It's popular with anglers and divers so you'll need to book ahead to take advantage of such comfort amidst all this great scenery. The food in the adjoining restaurant is superb and also great value, especially the seafood. Non-residents are welcome but should book. There are also several B&Bs in Durness, best of which is Puffin Cottage, Tel. 511208, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., open Apr-Sep. There's a basic SYHA Youth Hostel, at Smoo, to the east of the village, Tel. 511244; open mid-Mar to early Oct. There's also camping at Salgo Sands Caravan Park, Tel. 511222.

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