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Kinlochbervie Hotel
Kinlochbervie
Lairg
Highlands

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The Kinlochbervie Hotel is located on the tip of the north west coastline of Scotland. It is the perfect place to stay to explore this wonderful part of Scotland. Sutherland is one of Scotland's most treasured secrets. The north west of Scotland features impressive hills surrounding lochs and rivers, spectacular sandy beaches, the most beautiful sunsets, cascading waterfalls, rare birdlife and breathtaking walks. The Kinlochbervie Hotel is located on the tip of the north west coastline of Scotland overlooking the majestic waves breaking on the rock outcrops. It is the perfect place to stay to explore this wonderful part of Scotland, you can even watch the fishermen bringing in your evening meal! In the nearby locality is Europes highest waterfall, just 30minutes away at Kylesku, Handa Island Bird Sanctuary where you can see hundreds of Puffins and Gannets, Cape Wrath M.O.D. bombing range with it's spectacular low flying bombers directly overhead. Also just 2 miles down the road is the beautiful Oldshoremore Beach. Miles of clean, golden sand and spectacular sea views.

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