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Knoydart Peninsula - CLOSED

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Beautiful, pastoral, remote

I was here for about three hours via a boat trip from Armadale that cost £20 if I remember... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2015
Calgary, Canada
Remote Beauty

Fantastic place to visit if you like peace and quiet, spectacular scenery, nature walks and... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2015
Sue C
Bolton, England, United Kingdom
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13 Sep 2015
“Beautiful, pastoral, remote”
20 Jun 2015
“Remote Beauty”
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Reviewed 13 September 2015

I was here for about three hours via a boat trip from Armadale that cost £20 if I remember correctly. There is a cafe, a gift shop, a pub (closed while we were there). I bought a travel rug for £15 at the gift shop,...More

Thank spike256
Reviewed 20 June 2015

Fantastic place to visit if you like peace and quiet, spectacular scenery, nature walks and friendly locals. Not easy to get to, but the journey is really part of the fun. Take your boots, waterproofs and kiddie repellant! True highland hospitality and luxury accommodation available....More

1  Thank Sue C
Reviewed 4 June 2015

It is known as the most remote part of mainland U.K. That title isn't given out easily, it EARNS it ! Been there twice,seven years ago and again last week.Each time we (being me and a few idiot mates that do this crazy thing called...More

Thank strider400
Reviewed 19 May 2015

The mountains, glens, coastal scenery, the lakes all took my breath away. Not unlike the extremely boggy footpaths...

Thank Stef48
Reviewed 19 April 2015

A weekend spent with family members at Knoydart Lodge, Knoydart is a haven of calm, beautiful walks, amazing views, music, danse, great food and company. The most Amazing time had by all. Thank you Jacqui, Stephanie, Drew, Cask Strength Ceilidh Band, Mark and Ian for...More

Thank tabu33
Reviewed 11 April 2015

Travelled to Inverie on the Knoydart Ferry, manned by Tony and Tommy, had my 75 year old mam with us and the two men were lovely helping her on to the boat and making her feel comfortable. We saw two porpoises on the way to...More

Thank tracey m
Reviewed 21 August 2014

Spent four days at Knoydart - stayed at The Gathering - brilliant. Did the Knoydart in a Nutshell walk which is a great way to see round the area. Rangers provide maps and also have a great one for kids - asking them to look...More

Thank elizabeth s
Reviewed 4 August 2014

A week on knoydart provided peace, tranqulility, gazing out over calm waters and stunning hillsides and islands in the distance. You can see why the vikings liked it, they would use boats not feet as the main method of travel.See the Minkie whales and porpoises...More

1  Thank Dianne E
Reviewed 25 July 2014 via mobile

It boasts great views and the most remote pub in mainland Britain. On a sunny day have a swim in Loch Nevis. You can even jump off the pier in to the waters below. I did! Get there by boat and you may be lucky...More

Reviewed 29 December 2013

Knoydart is a one-pub village that is accessible only by boat or hiking. It has very nice camping accomodations (backpackers or bikers only), beautiful trails and scenery, and nice food at the one pub. There may be 10 cars in the area, so the roads...More

Thank Heather D
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