If you visit Gairloch for a holiday, you will be delighted with what's in store. This small village
in North West Scotland is full of charm, flavour and character. The wonderful landscapes and
scenery are unforgettable and along with the amazing sunsets, it is an inspiring place to be.
There are plenty of places to stay in Gairloch and the restaurants and local eateries run
around the edge of Loch Gairloch, catering for every taste. Whilst you are staying here you can
entertain yourself in a huge variety of ways. A trip onto the Loch itself will see you mingling
with the seals and dolphins that frequent it or partaking in some great fishing.
Of course, this being Scotland, there is a fine golf course nearby, but if you wish to really
explore, then pony trekking is available, along with some spectacular walks. Popular routes
include a hike or ride around the Loch past Red Point and the Rua Reidh Lighthouse and past
the traditional harbour. Or alternatively, there is the raw magic of the Torridon Mountains,
south of the Loch, to experience.
This area has a history of tourism dating back to the 19th century, when steamers used to bring holidaymakers here. Visit Gairloch and you will see why it has always been so well thought of by those who choose to take advantage of its unforgettable charms and welcome. This welcome is something you will be guaranteed if you have a holiday around this fantastic community.