Relax in comfort when you stay with us.
Ard na Bruthaich has two twin bedded rooms and one double room all with private facilities. You can enjoy a delicious breakfast while looking out on some of the finest scenery that Sutherland has to offer. Whether you enjoy hill walking, fishing, golf, surfing, bird watching or are interested in Geology and our rich local heritage, you are assured of a friendly welcome and a comfortable stay with us.
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Experience the most magnificent scenery where the peaks meet the sky and the lochs reach the sea. During August, September and October Red Deer Stalking takes place and all hillwalkers are asked to check whether stalking is in progress on the day for their own safety.
Arkle remains one of the most breathtaking mountains whether in summer or winter the distinctive scree ridges marks out its outstanding natural beauty.
Sunset on Loch Tairbaidh
As the sun sets over Loch Tairbaidh you can relax in the evening at Ard na Bruthaich.
We are situated in the Heart of the Geopark
We are privileged to be living in the heart of Scotland's first Geopark and hope that you will come and enjoy all that these 3,000 million year old rock formations have to offer. They are habitat to some of the most amazing flora and fauna so set yourself free and experience the space and tranquility that this county has to offer. From our windows we look out on Cranstackie, Foinaven,Arkle,Ben Stack and the Assynt Hills to the south of us.
You are never short of a mountain view when you stay at Ard-na-Bruthaich. Click Here to learn more about North West Highlands Geopark.