accommodation in Applecross
The Peninsula offers a high standard
of accommodation which comprises hotel, bed &
breakfast and self catering establishments. There
is also a campsite which accommodates tents, caravans
and mobile homes. Permanent caravans are also available
A map, showing the location of accommodation in the Peninsula can be viewed here.
There is only one hotel in Applecross, the Applecross Inn at Shore Street. Local seafood is served in the bar, restaurant and sea front garden. The Inn has been awarded a number of accolades including the AA Best Seafood pub in Scotland. It also features in Scotland the Best, The Which Guide, Egon Ronay´s Pubs and Inns Guide, and the Good Pub Guide. For further details, please either or telephone 01520 744262.
Airdaniar Cottage is a secluded and beautifully refurbished, traditional croft cottage on the Applecross coast which sleeps four. It is situated in its own secure garden of 0.6 acres and overlooks the islands of Raasay, Rona and Skye. The panorama as seen from the cottage is shown at the top of this page. For further details, please either , telephone 01520 744320 or check the links page.
The Old Byre at Arinachrinach provides self-contained accommodation for two people. It is warm and well appointed, with toilet, kitchenette and twin beds with linen provided. It is located close to the Torridon mountains on the coast road from Shieldaig to Applecross. For further details, please either , telephone 01520 755231 or check the links page.
Bed & Breakfast
Tigh a´Chracaich is situated in a bay on the spectacular North Applecross coast road near the small crofting township of Kenmore. The view from the lounge gives a panorama over Loch Torridon, where many scenes from the film 'Loch Ness' were filmed. Tigh a´Chracaich is listed in 'le Guide du Routard'. For further details, please either , telephone 01520 755367 or check the links page.
Colonsay Cottage in the village of Arinachrinach offers good Scottish hospitality and superb sea views from both guest rooms, dining room, sun room and deck. For further details, please either or telephone 01520 755291.
Spindrift is situated on the coast north of Applecross with wonderful views across to Rona, Raasay, Skye and the Outer Hebrides. The accommodation is a self contained apartment with own front door, living/bedroom, kitchen & bathroom. Your breakfast is brought to you in your room and can include eggs from our own hens. For further details, please either or telephone 01520 744407.
Tigh Na Mara (house by the sea) is a croft house situated in the tiny township of Lonbain, seven miles north of Shore Street. The view from the ground floor double room looks out over the sea to the islands of Rona and Raasay, with the mountains of Skye beyond. The croft is fenced off from livestock, so wild flowers grow in profusion. For further details, please either , telephone 01520 744277 or check the links page.
Carn-Raineach is situated in Camusteel and offers comfortable en-suite bedrooms, superb views, good food and a warm welcome. For further details, please either , telephone 01520 744421 or check the links page.
Maureen Goldthorpe offers accommodation near Applecross Campsite. For further details, please telephone 01520 744284.
Cathy MacBeath offers accommodation in Aird Dhubh. For further details, please telephone 01520 744316.
Anna Gilroy offers accommodation in Toscaig. For further details, please telephone 01520 744201.
camping and caravanning
Applecross Campsite is situated just above Shore Street on a six acre site nestling in the sheltered lee of the hillside, approximately 50 metres above sea level, and with a fine view over the bay across to the Isle of Skye. There is ample accommodation for tents, mobile homes and private caravans on level grassland. Electrical hook-up points, with water supply, are available for caravans and mobile homes. For further details, please telephone 01520 744268.
The Arrina caravan is situated in Arinachrinach, a tiny village comprising seven houses, about nine miles from Shieldaig, on the Applecross coast road. From the caravan, there are uninterrupted views of Loch Torridon and the Torridon Hills. There is freedom to wander at will, with hill walking or mountaineering for the fit. Brown trout fishing over hill lochs is available, as is sea angling from the rocks. For further details, please telephone 01520 755232.
The Yurt at Cuaig is set on a traditional working croft, 15 minutes walk from a secluded sandy beach. The yurt, which is in the grounds of the wool and weaving workshop, offers simple accommodation with minimal environmental impact. It has no running water or electricity but is fully equipped for comfortable camping. For further details, please telephone 01520 755260