Lochhournhead B&B, Self Catering & Tea Room

A shelter from the frenzy of everyday life

Updated COVID statement

Following the latest COVID guidance from The Scottish government, it is still our intention to have everything in place for opening from 26th March 2021. We are putting in place everything we can to ensure your and our safety going forwards and look forwards to seeing you soon.

January 2021

fWe very much look forward to welcoming you back to Lochhournhead in 2021. After the turmoil of 2020 we all hope for a pandemic free future.  We are also delighted to warmly welcome Michael and Kerry to Lochhournhead.  They will be here to look after you and make sure you have a great stay.

2020 did not go to waste.  We took the opportunity of renewing and refreshing the properties. All bedrooms in The Stables now have ensuite bathrooms, there is a new drying room and underfloor heating to name but a few!

The upgrades have been made with your safety in mind with ease of cleaning an important aspect. We have also installed a more reliable and faster satellite wi-fi covering both the B&B and The Cottage.  However, unfortunately there is still no mobile signal coverage here!

What has not changed is the stunning landscape or a warm welcome in our beautiful, remote location. Please do come and visit and enjoy this wonderful area from the comfort of Lochhournhead

Harriet & John Gordon

Lochhournhead

Stay at No1 Old Cottage or the Stables B&B

From late March to October we offer bed & breakfast in The Stables and self-catering in the newly refurbished No1 Old Cottage.


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Hill Walking

Scotland is home to some of the best hiking in the world. We are situated on the main route for the Cape Wrath walking trail and surrounded by spectacular scenic areas.

See our suggested walking trails in the local area.


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Explore our Beautiful Area

On the Cape Wrath Trail, and with paths leading to Barisdale, Inverie, Arnisdale & Shiel Bridge, Lochhournhead Farm provides an ideal base. We are situated at the end of a 22-mile winding, single-track road passing some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery and opening up with breathtaking views at the head of Loch Hourn.

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