The little hamlet of Inveralligin is set on the shores of this famous sea loch and historically looks to the sea for its work and play. The jetty is ideal for launching small craft and canoes. For keen walkers there are some of the most spectacular walks and climbs to be found anywhere in Britain and Munro’s a plenty. Beinn Alligin Munro can be seen outside the kitchen window and Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve is just a few minutes drive away. For fishers, there are fishing trips available from the award winning fishing village of Sheildaig approximately 13 miles away. Local cod, pollack, plaice and mackerel can be caught in the loch. Salmon and trout fishing is also available in area. There are some excellent local restaurants in the surrounding villages and a good local store in the charming village of Torridon. A mobile shop will also deliver fresh produce and general provisions. Alt Na Criche offers peace and tranquillity combined with the best of modern living for a truly memorable Highland holiday.