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  • Excellent79%
  • Very good15%
  • Average3%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible0%
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“cape wrath trail”(10 reviews)
“tea room”(3 reviews)
“remote location”(4 reviews)
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

I arrived absolutely shattered having walked with a heavy pack from Inverie via Barrisdale Bay. Tony welcomed me with a lovely cup of tea and a slice of currant cake still warm from the oven, having only just been baked. Never has a walker been...More

1  Thank Chris E
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Kathy and I were soaked through and bedraggled when we arrived at the farm after walking from Inverie over the Mam Barisdale and along loch Hourn. Tony welcomed us with a roaring log fire and a pot of tea. His knowledge of the area helped...More

Thank Mrkookie
Response from Kinlochhourn, Manager at Kinlochhourn FarmResponded 11 July 2017

Thank you.

Reviewed 27 June 2017

I must have chosen one of the wettest weeks to start the Cape Wrath trail.Four wet and windy days later, I stopped here late afternoon, initially to camp, after hiking 9 hours in continuous rain. I took the option of B&B and was the only...More

Thank Nick G
Reviewed 10 May 2017

A lovely welcome awaits at this B&b, dog friendly and a gorgeous hearty fire and comfortable rooms, and great food. We were made very welcome and also driven to meet family as dad had contracted campylobacter earlier on on our cape Wrath Trail adventure. A...More

1  Thank Phillipa-Louise
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We have been invited to their Tea Room. We have experienced a very warm welcome! It was a pleasure to be there. It gave us plenty of energy for our hiking. Great coffee! Very friendly people. The tea room is very cosy and modern art...More

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clarerichmond59
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Response from Kinlochhourn | Property representative |
Sadly not. We will be open for Easter weekend. Regards Harriet
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"This is a very basic B&B in the middle of nowhere, only really suited to walkers going to or from..."
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"make sure you book in advance"
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"Self-catering cottage does not have electric light, so take a torch (ideally a headtorch)."
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"Take a tent"
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