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The North Coast 500 is a 516 mile-long circular tour of the northernmost parts of mainland Scotland. The route was developed and is promoted by the North Highland Initiative and has been described as “Scotland’s answer to Route 66”. The NC500, has succeeded in establishing itself as an iconic route, taking in much of the

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art

A diverse range of artist studios, art courses and workshops make the area a wonderful place in which to be creative. An Talla Solais is Ullapool’s very own visual arts centre with great exhibitions and activities year round – always something interesting to draw you in, and Bridge House Arts has a great programme that

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ullapool

Ullapool is a hop away from Letters and a great place to mooch a few hours away. Ullapool has a lovely range of small independent shops selling everything from clothes to pieces of art, and you can also find outdoor gear, a great deli and an incredible bookshop in the Ceilidh Place. Tesco provides all

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The Northern Highlands are as varied as they are spectacular and some of Scotland’s great wildernesses are easily accessible from the Studio Hoose. Assynt and Coigach is an area steeped in natural and human history, a rich combination of iconic mountains, glens, ancient forests and the rugged and beautiful west coast. For the more serious

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There are endless amazing paddling adventures to be had on the far North-West Coastline. It is possible to set out from stunning locations all along the coastline, from south of Ullapool, north to the stunning ‘Summer Isles’ and Coigach peninsular, further north to the Assynt coastline and Kylesku. We work closely with a local kayaking

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Scotland has been voted the world’s number 1 mountain biking destination by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA). One of the main reasons for this has been the development of purpose-built trails. But a tradition of cross country riding has existed in Scotland that pre-dates the appearance of mountain bikes. Many lonely glens have paths

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home-baking

Anne-Marie loves to cook. She is also a coeliac and so understands a range of dietary requirements. On arrival, freshly made homemade bread and a jar of shortbread will welcome you as settle into the Studio Hoose. Breakfast at Taigh a Chnuic is a choice of porridge, cereals, fruit, yogurts, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, toast, croissant, and

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