The standard of accommodation throughout this area is very, very good and we have everything from well-serviced campsites through to luxury hotels, guest houses and self catering. Below are just a few examples but rest assured that you can book any of the accommodation in Assynt knowing that the standards will be good.
Campsites and Hostels
Assynt offers excellent wild camping opportunities but if you are looking for other budget accommodation options then below are some campsites and hostels:
Clachtoll: Clachtoll Beach Campsite
Lochinver: An Cala Bunkhouse
There are many, many more options, all of which are very good quality and value for money. You can book anywhere with the confidence.
B&Bs & Airbnb:
A few B&B’s, all of which are very well run by friendly and welcoming people:
Inverkirkaig: Kirkaig Lodge – ideal for the southern Assynt lochs and the walk-up to Fionn Loch
Stoer Peninsula: B&B Philosphy – owned by our lovely Belgian friends Sophie & Phil who offer a stunning service! Ideal for northern Assynt Lochs.
Inchnadamph: The Byre B&B – ideal for Loch Assynt and the eastern lochs of Assynt.
Clashnessie: Modernity in the North of Scotland – a stunning airbnb run by our friends Andrea & Nigel.
Lochinver: For the height of luxury with unrivaled views out across Lochinver Bay to the Outer Hebrides in one direction and the mountainous hinterland of Assynt in the other, the Inver Lodge Hotel is the epitome of top-class fishing hotels.
Lochinver: For those on a tighter budget Assynt Fly Fishing is pleased to recommend the timeless traditional Culag Hotel.
Inchnadamph: Inchnadamph Hotel – the original ‘Angler’s Hotel’ of Assynt, with a wonderfully warm atmosphere of times past and staff that will make you feel most welcome. What better than to crumple into a plush armchair after a fine day out on the hill and loch with a deservedly generous malt in hand?
Drumbeg: Drumbeg Hotel Great fishing up in North Assynt!
Lochinver: Darrach Cottage – walking distance from the village of Lochinver on a beautiful croft. Ideal if you are bringing the family. At the start of the Ardroe path connecting Lochinver with Achmelvich (with a few great little lochs on the way!)
Lochinver: Heatherbrae Cottage – a traditional Highland cottage in the village of Lochinver close to all amenities. Ideal for a couple or two people sharing a twin room.
Lochinver: Lochside House – a firm favorite among clients. Walking distance to Lochinver and en route to Inverkirkaig and the southern lochs of Assynt and with a most spectacular view across a beautiful loch.
Lochinver: Mountview Self Catering – a stunning set of self-catering options, including cabins, a pod or cottage, right on the edge of Lochinver Bay with stunning views of Suilven. And even hot tubs to relax after fishing!
Lochinver: Lochinver Holiday Lodges & Cottages
Stoer: Stoer Bay Chalets – under new ownership for 2018, dog friendly self-catering option close to all the North Assynt lochs.
Clachtoll: The Little Abodes – the perfect location for a bit of glamping! Stunning seaviews from the hot tubs included! Perfect location for a fly fishing honeymoon?
North Assynt: An Nead – stunning self-catering in Need, especially if you are coming with extended family! Close to the best fishing spots in the North!
North Assynt: Fearna Cottage – situated right on the bank of one of the lochs of Lagg Trout Fishery, accommodation for your fishing holiday does not get much better than this!
North Assynt: Torfeddy Self-Catering Drumbeg
Fly Fishing in Assynt:
James Curley Fly Fishing – I encouraged James to begin guiding as he definitely has the charismatic character and local knowledge that makes for a great guide! I am often fully booked well in advance and having someone as reliable and knowledgeable as James to share the demand with is great… We are also good mates!
Assynt Angling Group – Info on lochs, permits, prices for all lochs in the three zones controlled by the Assynt Angling Group
A not for profit fly fishing ezine bringing you fly fishing adventures from the U.K. and further afield.
The Scottish Anglers National Association. This organisation really does too much to list here, see for yourself by clicking the link! And after reading that I’m sure you would agree that £20 per year to support this organisation is money well spent!
A superb supplier of excellent quality Fulling Mill flies. There is pretty-much any fly you could think of available here, along with competitively priced accessories.
Don’t let the modest price tag put you in doubt of the quality and design of these lines. Mike Barrio is a genuinely good guy, always willing to offer advice on the best line for you.
For my saltwater fly fishing along the coast of Assynt I use the RIO Outbound (both fast sink and floating for poppers). I really cannot wait to try out their new In Touch lines, 120’+ casting and improved hook-up rate here I come!
Bent it? Bust it? Lost it? Get in touch with KP Spares. They might have the parts you need to get you back out fishing and save you a packet!