Sandwiched between Lochs Nevis and Hourn, Knoydart is one of the most dramatic and unspoilt places in Scotland.
Some of the finest scenery in Scotland can be found around Knoydart. Labelled as ‘Scotland’s last wilderness’, Knoydart is only accessible by boat from Mallaig or Glenelg, or by a 16 mile long walk (approximately two day’s hike) over the mountains where Bonnie Prince Charlie is supposed to have taken refuge after Culloden.
The fjord-like sea lochs flank the peak-clad peninsula of Knoydart making the area a perfect base for a walking holiday. Whether it is Munro bagging or just leisurely coastal walks, visitors are guaranteed a relaxing stay and unforgettable experience. Knoydart is also home to mainland Britain’s most remote pub!
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