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Small sandy beach with headland protecting from the waves that faces west. There is a ranger hut and also some toilet facilities. Great for family paddling and sand castle building.

Although small, this is a choice beach with clean sand and water. The headlands protect the beach so the swimming is safe. There is a campsite behind the beach if you want to stay and small shop in the village nearby. 

Travel Directions to Clachtoll Beach

Take the A837 road towards Lochinver and just before entering the village turn off on the B869 to Clachtoll. Drive for approximately 6 miles until you reach Clachtoll, as you descend down the hill towards the sea you will have a view of the bay.

Nearby Castles

  • Ardvreck Castle

    Ruined castle that stands on its own promontory overlooking Loch Assynt. Not as old as you might expect but with its wonderful position such a romantic castle...

Nearby Ancient Monuments

  • Clachtoll Broch

    Spectacular iron age settlement beside sandy beach at Clachtoll that dates to before 150BC. In the process of being stabilised by local archeology groups. You can visit and on a fine weather day with the beach, its a great day out.

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