Bed & Breakfast, Self-Catering and Tea Room in Kinloch Hourn
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.
The Stables B&B 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.
The newly refurbished Old Cottage sleeps six guests. It is available for B&B or the whole house can be rented out as a self-catering option.
Drying facilities are also available for our guests so that you're prepared for your next adventure!
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 B&B and our self-catering Cottage are run by Tony Hinde who is here from late March through to October.
So whether you’re a long distance hiker, a hill walker, a mountain biker or a Munro Bagger, we'll look forward to seeing you!
We are delighted that Alexandra and Theo have come to the rescue and are covering for Tony until his return. Business as usual from this Saturday 16th June.
Thank you for all your kind messages forTony - he is on the mend and hoping to be back in August.