Aultbea is a small village on the shores of Loch Ewe, situated along the North Coast 500 route (#NC500).
Surrounded by beautiful scenery and caressed by the warm gulf stream, which allows subtropical gardens to flourish and abundant wildlife to thrive.
Spot Seals, Dolphins, Otters, Deer, Birds and enjoy spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic.
Aultbea has all the amenities you require for a home from home stay in our Lodges.
Aultbea Stores Excellent range of food, alcoholic beverages (including beer from An Teallach, the local brewery in Dundonnell) and convenience items. (Closed Sundays)
Aultbea Hotel is closed until further notice.
Oran Na Mara Cafe - adjacent to the Lodges, choose from a fine selection of homemade cakes and snacks in a friendly cafe with spectacular views across Aultbea
perfumes made on the premises, a gift shop, the Aroma Café and offering Photography workshops
Hill Walking and trout fishing from the lodges you have direct access to ‘prime wild land’ where you can walk for miles, taking in Loch Fada and even to Fionne Loch, enjoy the stunning views, or fish in the many lochs (with permit)
Just a couple of minutes walk from the Lodges; learn how Loch Ewe played an important role in the Second World War
The village also has a Doctors Surgery and a Post Office
Other Activities and Attractions in the area
Hill walking, beaches, Pony Trekking, Boat trips, boat hire, whale watching, bird watching, fishing (sea, trout and salmon), mountains, climbing, ceilidh dancing, Inverewe Gardens, Benn Eighe National Reserve, Torridon Mountains, off road driving experience, bicycle hire, golf and much more, all nearby!
The big question is will your holiday be long enough?
See our links page for recommended websites to help plan your trip