Camus Fearn Barn is nestled on the outskirts of Plockton and is surrounded by natural beauty. Outdoor activities for people of all ages and interests are accessible right outside your door.
Some of the outdoor activities available in the area include:
Plockton has two pubs, Plockton Hotel and Plockton Inn, both serve great beers and food. Plockton Shores is another place for great food. During the summer it is probably advissable to book a table if you want to eat at any of these places.
The Studio has a wide selection of art, crafts, cards and books. There is also a newsagent that also offers a further selection of gifts and newspapers.
The images below give a brief flavour of some of the places worth a visit in this stunning area. Hovering over the image will give its location.
The websites below will give you some additional information about the local area. Click on the image to go to the website.
The Kyle Line is one of the world's most scenic rail journeys. It goes from Inverness on the east coast of Scotland through to Kyle of Lochalsh on the west. Sales in the Friends of the Kyle Line Arts and Craft Shop on the Kyle of Lochalsh station platform helps fund the activities of the Friends of the Kyle Line. The items on sale are generally local arts and crafts of a high standard and reflect the diversity of talent along the length of the line. There is also a Museum that shows artifacts documenting the history of this beautiful railway line.
If you're passionate about single malts, you're in the right place. The Friends of the Classic Malts is where single malts are explored. Register here to receive a pass (that you will need to print) that will get you free entry into a number of Scottish distilleries, including Talisker on the Isle of Skye.