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Kinlochbervie Local Website

Welcome to the Kinlochbervie website! A light-hearted account of what goes on in our tiny corner of the world. Kinlochbervie is the most northerly port on the west coast of Scotland, and virtually the last place you come to before falling into the sea. It is 60 miles from the nearest supermarket, the cinema arrives on the back of a lorry (as does the bank), and has been short-listed by the Oxford English Dictionary as a definition of the word 'Remote'. That being said, it is home to a variety of people from all walks of life. Some born here, others who have chosen to come and live here. Surrounded by thousands of acres of unspoiled highland countryside, wonderful beaches, and fascinating wildlife; even the weather is just a little bit different to the rest of Scotland!



Contact By mobile phone: 07780 827725

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By post: 55 Cottage Avenue, Whatton in the Vale, Nottingham NG13 9FS



Ridgway Adventure · Outdoor adventure in north-west Scotland

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Telephone 01971 521006
Telephone from outside the UK +44 1971 521006

Postal address Ardmore, Rhiconich By Lairg, Sutherland IV27 4RB

Please note that our office is at Ardmore, across the loch from the Adventure School. Therefore if you are entering a postcode into a satnav system or route planner, please aim for the Rhiconich Hotel at IV27 4RN, where we usually meet clients.



Welcome to the North West Community Bus Association.

We are based in Kinlochbervie and have been serving the communities of north west Sutherland since 2000. Since the beginning of August 2011 the Association has operated a regular scheduled return service, Route 890, twice monthly between Kinlochbervie and Ullapool.

Click here to view the timetable: Route 890 Kinlochbervie to Ullapool



Horse Riding & Pony Trekking

The Free Spirit Trekking Centre is a small, friendly,family run business. We are situated in the North West corner of Scotland close to the famous Sandwood Bay. Boasting some of the most spectacular views in the Highlands. Ride through beautiful scenery and stunning beaches, in a quiet remote setting cared for by the John Muir Trust.

Enjoy a ride on well behaved horses and ponies. Relax in the peace and tranquility, with the chance to view a variety of wildlife including Red Deer and various Birds of Prey in their natural environment.

We have a variety of horses and ponies to suit all riders, and a variety of different routes to take. New routes will be available shortly, including experienced picnic day rides to Sandwoodbay and an experienced beach ride to Oldshoremore.

Have a look in our photo gallery to see our horses and ponies.


Contact Jennie Corbett 01971 521320 or 07919 117 143


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