THINGS TO DO
These are just some of the things you can do here in Applecross. No matter if you’re coming for a secluded relaxing retreat, to experience the breathtaking views on a walk or maybe something a little more adventurous; we’ve got something for everyone here in the Highlands of Scotland.
EXPLORE THE PENINSULA
In the Highlands of Scotland lies Applecross Peninsula, which boasts some of the most stunning scenery in the world. From scenic walks, adventurous cycling routes and sandy beaches to explore, theres so much to discover around the peninsula.
SEE THE WILDLIFE
Theres plenty of wildlife to find across Applecross. From the Highland Cows, Stags & Pine Martens to the Sea Otters, Seals and occasionally whales! There are also some great spots for birdwatching in the area with the different seasons bringing many migrating birds to our shores such as eider ducks, divers and snipe. There may even be a glimpse of a golden eagle soaring high above the rocky crags of the Applecross hills.
SAMPLE THE FOOD & DRINK
TRY SOMETHING ACTIVE
If challenging yourself and keeping active is more your thing, Applecross boasts some exciting activities that you can do during your visit. Follow the walking routes to discovery some beautiful views, cycle around our single track roads, visit our Applecross Sea and Mountain guides for tours out in the open sea in kayaks or climb the surrounding mountains with the guidance of professionals. And something to tick off the bucket list is wild swimming in the fresh and crystal clear Scottish sea! Adventure and activities are never in short supply here in Applecross.
OR JUST COME AND RELAX
Or perhaps you’re just coming to unwind and take a much deserved break. No better place to feel more connected with nature than in a remote part of the Scottish highlands surrounded by snowy mountains, beautiful wildlife and spectacular sunsets. Come and relax in our cozy lounge in here at the B&B and just watch the world go by. And because of how remote the Applecross Peninsular is it has very little light pollution, making it a great location to stargaze and maybe even catch the Northern Lights.