Ceol Mor B&B in a secluded setting looking east

Places to eat near Ceol Mor Bed and Breakfast

With such an abundance of freshly sourced produce in this area you can be certain there are plenty of opportunities to sample some superb food. Fish, shellfish, game and locally grown salads and vegetables means the many places to eat in the heart of Sutherland are really worth a try. For those guests who arrive […]

View from the Corbett Cul Mor over to the Summer Isles

Spring is an excellent time to visit

April and May can be warm months often “midge free” and often “car free”!  The countryside literally bursts into life with gorse and broom forming yellow carpets on the hillside. Bird watching can occupy the odd hour with all our foreign wildlife arriving from Osprey to Cuckoo. We love this time of year at Ceol […]

Sutherland’s Beaches

On a visit to the Northern Highlands there are no shortage of beaches to explore. Whether you like long stretches of white sand, rock pools or turquoise seas, one thing common to all our highland beaches particularly on the North coast is how even in July and August you may be the only person about. […]

North Coast Sutherland

North Coast Highlights

Smoo Cave, Durness, Sutherland. Sutherland’s “underworld” on the North Coast. One place worth visiting up while up on the north coast is Smoo Cave, which lies just outside Durness on the A838, part of the North Coast 500 route. From the car park situated by the road, follow the path down to the large entry […]

A Car tour…?

Why not drive north? We often drive to Lairg and then north to Altnaharra followed by the Kyle of Tongue. A magnificent drive through some of the most spectacular scenery you will ever see – look out for deer – red, sika and roe are all possible. Head through Kinbrace and Helmsdale, then back down […]

Assynt Mountains one hour's drive from Ceol Mor B&B

Summer in the Highlands

Time for Swallows and Housemartins. The Ospreys are busy nesting in the Highlands and it is a chance to see again these magnificent birds. Why not visit Loch Fleet and watch the Curlew? A trip to Lochinver never disappoints. Drive the coastal route to Drumbeg, stopping at Achmelvich Beach, one of the many sandy beaches […]