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Out & About

Knoydart has a wealth of activities to do during your stay. Amongst these are:

walking on the beachWalking:
The Knoydart Peninsula is well known for some of the best hill walking trails. The most famous being “The Munros” which many guests try to conquer during their stay here.
Tailor-made guided walks can also be arranged by contacting or The Knoydart Foundation who can also provide you with a “Wildlife Kit”.

scenic loch views Fishing:
Fishing is available on the nearby River Inverie and Kilchoan Estate. Lochs. Salmon, brown trout and sea trout are among the “catch of the day”.
For further details visit the Kilchoan website.

Boat trips:
Sea fishing and cruising can also be arranged through Jon Sellars’ boat service, Knoydart Seabridge tel 01687 462916 or email

scenic loch viewsStalking:
Deer stalking is provided by a professional deer-stalker. The stalking runs from mid Sept for stags, and mid November for hinds. Full deer-staking packages are available from Kilchoan Estate, or contact The Knoydart Foundation.

A range of activities from Pony Trekking to Mountain Biking can be arranged through the Knoydart Foundation

loch viewsIf however, you prefer something less strenuous, why not try some Yoga or painting. Details can be found at Knoydart House.

If you fancy a night out why not try The Old Forge, the remotest pub in the British Isles. Situated in the heart of Inverie, the pub has great food, great “craic” and great entertainment.

statueFor the occasional Ceilidh, Scottish Dancing and Film Nights, held throughout the year, contact Inverie Village Hall

Eating Out:
Knoydart Pottery and Tea Room.

With a host of local activities and services to enjoy at your leisure, Glaschoille House is the ideal location for a relaxing, fun, unforgettable getaway, anytime of year!


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Stags, salmon, sea trout, mackerel, pollock - saw whales, porpoises, sea eagles, golden eagle and so on... A wonderful fortnight

- Trower 2013

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