Lochcarron spreads over a mile along the attractive shoreline and can be seen from the A890 on the opposite side of loch.
The place has variety of attractions for visitors from hotels to shopping points and several eating and drinking zones. The unique fishing heritage of the place is evident form the harbour and the fishing boats. This village was at one time a hamlet known as Janetown but now it is a charming village with reasonable population.
The famous Lochcarron weavers are from here who are the largest manufacturers of the Scottish tartan in the world. Flooded with attractions this village serves all the excitement and beauties to the tourists. Whether its golfing in lush green 9-hole golf course or try out cycling, fishing and hunting the place has its own charm. Another way to explore the village is going for walking trips down the Ross-shire hills.
It also boasts the Lochcarron school of English in a perfect location with tranquility and hustle free environment best suited for education. The natural sceneries all over make it a perfect location for artist and photographers for capturing the scenic beauties in canvas.