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Dundonnell - information on the area.
Sunset over Gruinard Bay
Walk along the River Gruinard
Where is Camusnagaul?
Camusnagaul is near Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom. If you are traveling from Aultbea to Ullapool you will find that Camusnagaul is just under an hour's drive. On the way you will pass Laide and the wonderful clean sandy beaches at Gruinard, so it may well take over an hour after you have stopped to enjoy the scenery and paddled in the sea at Gruinard.
If you are driving from Ullapool it also takes around about 1 hour to travel to Camusnagaul.
At Camusnagaul is our Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop - we serve great food and home made baking. So when you are passing next please drop in and sample our tasty food. We also serve locally brewed An Teallach and Beinn Dearg beer.
At Camusnagaul we also have CREAG ARD CHARTERS fast 38 foot boat the MV REBECCA ANN which cruises at 18 knots and is fully licensed and capable of comfortably taking 12 persons on scuba diving, fishing or scenic cruises. For divers they operate trips to many famous dive sites on a daily basis with sites to suit all needs and requirements from wreck diving to scenic.
Daily rates are very reasonable and is affordable by tourist to this area who wish to experience a day trip scuba diving, sea fishing or just having a scenic trip around the Summer Isles that they will remember for a long time.
There are a number of sandy beaches near Dundonnell including the one at Mellon Udrigle.
At Camusnagaul we have two well appointed holiday cottages available all year round.
Holidays in the Scottish Highlands are great for pets.
Maggies Tea Room is open from the spring to autumn for great meals and home baking.
Looking over the bay towards Aultbea
Views from Aultbea area
Sunset over Gruinard Bay near Aultbea
Seals basking in the sun at Second Coast near Aultbea, this area is also famous for dolphin and whale watching
Eagle flying overhead near Loch Thurnaig 4 miles from Aultbea
Heather growing at Aultbea at the side of the road
Wild geese are often seen in the area during the autumn months
Wildlife including deer are in abundance - you just need to be patient and look for them.
Waterfalls are a feature in the Scottish Highlands and many are seen from the roadside. This one forms part of a multiple waterfall at Ardessie is well worth the walk up the hill to see them.
Early morning is a time of beauty in the Highlands with the sun spreading like gold over the sea and lochs as it rises above the mountains.
Aultbea is in the Wester-Ross area of the Scottish Highlands. You can travel from Inverness to Aultbea in just over 2 hours, and from Ullapool it is approximately 1.5 hrs drive.
To see a travel map we have a number available.
Tourist information on Aultbea
Other accommodation nearby includes "Na Fir Chlis" Guest House at Opinan and this website has a lot of local information on walks in the area. It's a great website and is well worth having a look at.
Visit and Travel Scotland travel and tour site.
Other interesting web links including personal web sites that mention Aultbea:
Personal travel log of visit to the Highlands by Teun Kees
Fantastic photographs of this area by Sonia Sidebottom
Celtic Fringe web site is one of my favourites
A collection of pictures of this area including Aultbea - beware I suspect you will need to be on broadband for this web page or it will be a bit slow to download.
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