Bed & Breakfast, Self-Catering Cottage and Tea Room in Kinloch Hourn

Tea Room


On the Cape Wrath trail, and with paths leading to Barisdale, Inverie, Arnisdale & Shiel Bridge, Lochhournhead Farm provides an ideal base.  We are situated at the end of a 22 mile winding, single track road passing some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery and opening up with breath taking views at the head of Loch Hourn.


Our Tea Room is open during the day for passing visitors and serves teas, coffees, cakes and bacon sandwiches.







LOCHHOURNHEAD     

We very much look forward to welcoming you to Lochhournhead, Kinlochourn - a wonderful place for you to unwind, relax and explore the stunning scenery and wilderness of Knoydart from the warm, comfortable and homely base we have created.


The properties were modernised in 2017 to create a home away from home. The location suits those with a sense of adventure and love of the great outdoors.   Lochhournhead, Kinlochourn is ideally located for those wishing to climb the many Munros and Corbetts or explore the diversity of Loch Hourn, arguably one of Scotland’s most fjord-like sea lochs. The limit is your imagination and ambition.


We are lucky enough to have Tony Hinde back this year to manage the B&B and Tea Room, of course with the help of Woodstock!


Please do get in touch.


John & Harriet Gordon

Please note the single track road to Kinlochourn is closed due to a landslide at Loch Quoich. Cars can only drive as far as Kingie at the present time with very restricted access by foot beyond this point. At the time of writing, there is, we regret, no date when the road will be opened but we would hope this might be achieved by Easter 2019. We are in direct contact with the Highland Council and will have a much clearer idea on the opening date at the end of February.   For those walking the Cape Wrath trail please note it is possible there will be no one at Kinlochourn (and therefore no facilities) until the road is opened so you will need to plan accordingly.

Bed & Breakfast


Lochhournhead Farm, originally built over 100 years ago, was part of the small community which farmed the hills and lower grounds of this remote west coast location.  


The Stables Bed & Breakfast sleeps seven people in total (in three rooms).  As well as B&B we also offer the option to pre-order supper and packed lunches. 







Self-Catering Cottage


The newly refurbished Old Cottage sleeps six guests (in three bedrooms). The centrally heated Cottage has an open plan kitchen (with a gas cooker) and a sitting room with a back door leading out onto a small terrace and garden.


Drying facilities are also available for all our guests so that you're prepared for your next adventure!