The Old Byre offers high quality self catering accommodation on the Knoydart Peninsular. Whether you come to walk or climb the hills, fish the lochs or simply relax, the magic of Knoydart will stay with you long after you leave.
The Old Byre offers high quality self catering accommodation set in an unrivalled location in Knoydart, called “the Last British Wilderness”. Whether you come to walk or climb the hills, fish the lochs or simply relax, the magic of Knoydart will stay with you long after you leave.
Our spacious accommodation is extremely comfortable and well equipped and can cater for groups up to 12 people. We have two double rooms, two twin rooms and one four bed room. The Old Byre accepts well behaved dogs owners ;-) ... so bring your own basket and make sure your master brings his tooth brush :-) All of our bedrooms have underfloor heating with separate heating controls. A duvet, sheet and towel are supplied. Two extra beds are available if needed, so that you could bring up to 14 people.
The three bathrooms are finished to highest standards with big showers like Niagra falls, big soft fluffy towels and a par excellence circulating hot water system. The drying room is large to get your wet clothes and boots dry for the next day.
Cater for up to 14 people in our completely new marble topped Kitchen. It’s a cook's paradise with two oven Bumatic stove, gas hob, fridge, ice maker, microwave, dishwasher and Nespresso coffee machine. Ask the foundation office for a supply of hill raised organic lamb or venison and make something special.
The 50 sq metre living room has a great atmosphere, with stone walls, underfloor heating, peat stove, DVD and CD player, B&O i-pod station and HiFi. You can keep in touch with the outside world with wireless internet throughout the Old Byre. There is also a coin operated washing machine and dryer.
Enjoy our new barbecue area, with a new sitting area and a new deluxe American outdoor barbecue.
They Call It The Last British Wilderness!
Knoydart Peninsula covers some 80 square miles and is situated north of Mallaig in the Western Highlands of Scotland. Home to 130 residents, it can only be reached by boat from Mallaig or walked over a couple of days including one night in a bothy. To the south there is Loch Nevis and to the north Loch Hourn. In its midst are four Munros which give Knoydart a wild beauty that holds fascination for walkers and climbers alike and helps to isolate the peninsula from the outside world.
As a privelged guest of the Old Byre, you will always have the chance to get an preferred table at The Old Forge, Remotest Pub on Mainland Britain - Guiness Book of Records,. Specialising in real ale, fresh local seafood, local game & venison and beers from around the World. View the Old Forge Food & Wine menu. www.theoldforge.co.uk
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