Kinlochewe, Highland, United Kingdom
The village of Kinlochewe has a couple of shops, many forms of accommodation to suit all purses, a post office which houses internet café and one of very few petrol filling stations for many miles in any direction. It is to be found at the head of the sealoch of Loch Ewe and south of the freshwater Loch Maree, a loch which is both extremely beautiful and reputed to have its own monster! To the north of the village, by the car park, is a First World War (1914–18) memorial, a fitting tribute to the sacrifice made by two sergeants from the Seaforth Highlanders as well as others from Canada and New Zealand.
Kinlochewe village sits in an area renowned for its geological features and.The International Appalachian Trail runs through the village following the route of the stunning Cape Wrath Trail. The area around Kinlochewe boasts some beautiful landscapes and is a wildlife haven, being home to some extremely rare dragonflies as well as the more usual Highland flora and fauna.
The sheer beauty and natural importance of the area is reflected in the fact that Kinlochewe is in the centre of the Wester-Ross National Scenic Area, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Kinlochewe Hotel offers pet-friendly accommodation in Kinlochewe. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. Some rooms include views of the mountain or garden. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. Kinlochewe Hotel features free WiFi.
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Smithy Cottage is a holiday home with a barbecue, located in Kinlochewe. The property is 34 km from Ullapool and boasts views of the garden. The unit is equipped with a kitchen. A TV is featured. There is a private bathroom with a bath or shower.
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