We are located close to a number of local attractions; we've provided an overview of some of these here and of course, we're happy to give you advice on what the area has to offer for every type of visitor.



At Poolewe you'll find very friendly local people along with a number of tourist facilities including a small swimming pool. A weekly, ceilidh (traditional Scottish music and dance) held at Poolewe Village Hall on Wednesday evenings during July and August. An excellent pub serving wholesome food can be found at the Poolewe Hotel.

Firemore Beach

A hidden gem amongst the headlands of Wester-Ross is Firemore beach, aptly named as it offers regularly the warmest swimming on the west coast of Scotland. Firemore beach is a ten to fifteen minute walk from Ach Da Thearniadh and is the perfect place for a brisk walk in the sea air or to watch the sun set at the end of a long day.


See & Do

WW2 Russian Arctic Convoys

At the northern end of Firemore Beach there is a lovely walk along the coastline of small hamlets, inlets and a harbour to a small settlement called Cove, where there is a memorial to the WW2 Arctic convoys that left from Loch Ewe to provide vital supplies to Murmansk and Archangel in Russia.

There is a museum that provides a full insight into the history of the Russian Arctic Convoys, with more information available at this website: http://www.russianarcticconvoymuseum.org/


Gairloch is the largest town in the area and has a tourist information centre where you can learn more about activities, events and places to go. There are a range of marine wildlife tours from the pier at Gairloch, including the opportunity to take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat.

The great outdoors

There's hill walking for every level of rambler and lots of wildlife to spot en route, including long haired Highland Cattle, sea eagles and buzzards.

Inverewe Gardens

Internationally recognised for its diverse range of botanical plant life, Inverewe Gardens is celebrated as a highlight of the West Coast of Scotland. It is operated by the National Trust for Scotland. More information available from here: http://www.nts.org.uk/Visit/Inverewe