Pictures and web links on Loch Maree and the Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve.
Visit the Scottish Highlands with Camusnagaul
Cottages in Wester Ross
For more pictures of Poolewe and the surrounding area.
Holiday blog - Charlie's our collie.
Where is Camusnagaul?
Camusnagaul is close to Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom. We are near Ullapool and Inverness and make an ideal holiday centre for visiting Scotland and the Scottish Highlands around Ullapool and the area around Poolewe, Gairloch and Loch Maree.
You can see a tourist map showing Camusnagaul here.
Our other web pages on this area include:
Miniads for the Camusnagaul website
This is "Charlie" our Camusnagaul web mascot, you will find lots of photographs of her and her two pals - Sam and Hamish on our main web site.
When you visit Scotland and the Scottish Highlands you can have a relaxing or active holiday, or a combination of both. There is daily adventure trips out from Ullapool on fast (and also slow) tourist boats around the Summer Isles looking for wildlife including dolphins and the occasional whale.
Creag Ard Charters boat is based at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell and can be charted out (including a skipper) for scuba diving and sea fishing trips around the Summer Isles and wrecks including the Jambo and Fairweather V.
Hamish on holiday at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell in Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands.
Scotland has many wonderful beaches and within 10 minutes of the holiday accommodation at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell you can visit Gruinard Bay and a little further the sandy beaches at Mellon Udrigle.
At Camusnagaul we have two well appointed Scottish Holiday cottages. When you are visiting Scotland on holiday the accommodation around Dundonnell make a great choice for visiting and touring around the Scottish Highlands to such places as Ullapool, Lochinver, Poolewe and Gairloch.
Each holiday cottage has central heating, a full-sized kitchen and 2 bedrooms. Disabled access is available through a ramp. There is uninterrupted views over Little Loch Broom towards the mountains surrounding the sea loch.
Loch Maree is a must for any Scottish visitor, it has everything that typifies the Scottish Highlands - history, grandeur, munros, scenery and wide open spaces.
The photographs below are of the Loch Maree area and we hope you enjoy them.
View towards Loch Maree
Mist lying over the mountains surrounding Loch Maree
The mystery deepens when the mist comes down
Munros near Loch Maree
Wilderness in the nature reserve
Web links researched for you ....
Hill walking in Torridon - follow the web links on this site for more details on individual mountains.
Photos on this area by Dave Henniker
Information on Beinn Eighe
Pictures and hillwalking experience
Memorable Munros web site if you are interested in mountains and munros this site has lots of info to keep you busy.
Information on British Dragonflies - you see many of these fascinating insects in the Scottish Highlands often near streams and lochs.
Interesting web page on the Scottish Highlands - and birds seen list.
A 40 page report on plants found in the mountains of Scotland (Adobe pdf format)
A 26 World Wildlife Fund page report (adobe pdf) on Forests and Woods in Scotland by Carol Inskipp.
Walks around Beinn Eighe
UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre - Protected areas programme - Beinn Eighe
Nature Conservation Designations - Defra
The John Muir Trust
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