Waterfalls at Corrieshalloch Gorge.
Dundonnell is a small community located at the head of Little Loch Broom being 26 miles from Ullapool and 12 miles from Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve. The Dundonnell hotel is open to the public and the last time we visited the hotel had a very handy petrol station next to it.
Bed and breakfast accommodation near Dundonnell is available at Camusnagaul, 2 miles from Dundonnell. Bed and Breakfast in three newly decorated bedrooms, all have en-suite. Contact Ishbel Ross on 01854 633 326 for bed and breakfast at Camusnagaul.
We also have a comfortable holiday caravan available with lovely views over Little Loch Broom.
Phone or e-mail Ishbel for rates and availability of the Caravan for 2018 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dundonnell has the impressive An Teallach mountain range to the south- west and this area is well known for outstanding hill walking opportunities as the area covers a large uninhabited area, very popular for hill walking and climbing.
The Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team is based at Dundonnell and is made up of volunteers, helping rescue people who get in trouble in the mountains throughout this area.
If you love gardens then Dundonnell House is a member of the Scotland's Gardens Scheme with the garden being open to the public on specific dates throughout the year, or by appointment.
From Dundonnell you can take the single track road to explore the south side of Little Loch Broom at Badrallach and for the very fit and adventurous walk along the track to the Scoraig Peninsula.
Close to Dundonnell is our hamlet of Camusnagaul where you can stay in our holiday cottages, or in our bed and breakfast accommodation. We also have a caravan available for vacations. If you prefer to stay in a hostel then Camusnagaul also has a wonderfully friendly hostel.
We also have Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop where you can stop in just for a coffee, or for lunch, with snacks on offer during the day. At Maggie's you can also purchase our locally made beer made by the An Teallach Ale Company just along the road in a microbrewery.
With the world famous Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve just 12 miles away it is easy to forget another fantastic waterfalls just along the road from Dundonnell, at Ardessie, next to Camusnagaul. These waterfalls are outstanding especially after a heavy rain shower and well worth the hike up the hill to see the larger waterfalls.
Looking towards Dundonnell Hotel and Little Loch Broom.
Bridge over the Dundonnell River at Strath Beag, near Dundonnell.
Sunset over Little Loch Broom taken at Dundonnell.
The outside decking at Maggie's Team Room and Gift shop. The tearoom is around 3 miles from Dundonnell and has excellent home made cakes and cooking. You can sit outside in warm summer days or if you prefer sit inside and look out the patio windows at the beautiful scenery surrounding Camusnagaul.
An Teallach mountain range is very close to Dundonnell.
I stopped just outside Dundonnell to photograph the wild goats that can be seen in this area, often close to the main road.
Wild goats on the mountain hillside near Dundonnell.
Corrieshalloch Gorge Viewpoint over gorge.
Waterfalls at Corrieshalloch Gorge.
Corrieshalloch Gorge Waterfalls.
One of the parking areas for the Corrieshalloch Gorge National Nature Reserve, this one is off the A832 road to Dundonnell.
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