This long established family run fishing Hotel is an anglers retreat. It is also
an ideal base for caving, climbing, walking and bird watching. Red Deer roam on the hills
and in the grounds of the Hotel. Inchnadamph in Gaelic meaning The Meeting Place of
the Deer. The area is of particular interest to Geologists, with some of the oldest
rock formations on earth and was studied and mapped by the eminent Geologists Peach and
Home when they stayed at the Hotel. Inchnadamph has some of Scotlands favourite
hills - Suilven, Stac Pollaidh, Canisp Mor, Cul Beag, Quinag, Breabag Tarsuinn, Conival
and, of course, the Hotel is to be found at the foot of Ben More Assynt.
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