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Inchnadamph
Explorers Lodge

Your ideal base for exploring Assynt

At a Glance

Stay

Choice of private rooms, hostel bunks, shepherd huts, steading suites and the Walled Cottage

Get comfy

Eat & Drink

Self-catering kitchen, with new plans to serve home-cooked meals

Feast and refuel

Explore

Your ideal base to adventure from and through the Assynt landscape

Assynt awaits

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The Lodge

The Lodge offers a range of accommodation including private rooms and hostel dormitories, with shared bathrooms, self-catering kitchen, lounge and drying room.

In addition, 3 Steading Suites, 2 Shepherds Huts and the Walled Cottage offer guests a private bathroom and access to their own kitchen. 

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Unforgettable landscape

Assynt in Sutherland is considered one of the most spectacular parts of the North Coast 500, as well as the National Scotland and Cape Wrath Trails.

Stunning mountain scenery, pure white sands and turquoise sea waters await. With so many incredible sights including Suilven, Loch Assynt, the Wailing Widow Falls and Achmelvich Beach, there's so much to explore.

If you haven’t seen it for yourself, then let us help you plan your adventures in Assynt.

Explore Assynt Mountains

Explore Assynt Beaches

Explore Assynt Waterfalls and Lochs

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A mecca for Geology

The 3 billion year old rocks which surround us unlocked the theory of plate tectonics by geologists Peach and Horne who stayed at Inchnadamph Lodge over 100 years ago.

With Ben More, Conival and two Munros right behind us, there is a diversity of geological formations to explore all within walking distance of the Lodge. You'll find the the memorial to Peach and Horne right by us on Loch Assynt too.

Discover Assynt Geology

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Explore off the beaten track

Being right on the NC500 road makes it easy and quick to get anywhere, but the real prize is exploring off the beaten track. 

We are located right at the heart of the Assynt landscape, just behind Loch Asynt and surrounded by spectacular mountains including Suilven, Ben More and Quinag. With the Bone Caves and Cape Wrath Trail also right on the doorstep, there's so much to see and do.

Get up close and personal with the outdoors; breathe in the fresh mountain air, feel the calm of the sea, or the rush of adrenaline. 

Explore Activities on Land 

Explore Activities on Water

Mountains

The official path to Ben More Assynt and Conival goes right past the Lodge. Don’t miss the spectacular views on this classic Munro hike.

Map your route

Beaches

The soft white sand and clear turquoise waters of our nearest beaches surprise everyone, even those born in bonnie Scotland. The water is cold and refreshing.

Dive in

Lochs and Waterfalls

Just a short walk across our main road (NC500) and down a track to Assynt's Old Parish Church, you'll find yourself right on the waters edge.

Soak it in

Assynt History

Just a mile from the Lodge is Ardvreck Castle - one of the most famous medieval structures in Assynt, built in the 1500s by the MacLeods clan.

Folklore and more

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