Cladaich Lodge is a beautifully presented Luxury Eco Lodge situated on the shore Within 200 metres of the Plockton Shores Restaurant and Store, village pubs, cafes, shops, seal trips & craft shops It benefits from stunning and varying views of Loch Carron and Harbour Street of Plockton. The split-level decking is a real treat, it leads down to a quiet little shore where you can enjoy the water, perfect for outside dining or just relaxing and whiling away the day as the tide ebbs and flows
“The lodge is breathtakingly beautiful. Ian and Anne have put a lot of thought into everything their guests could possibly need and more. We stayed for 2-nights and we wished we could stay longer. Plockton is stunning and if you are looking for somewhere to stay, that is as stunning as it’s location, this is the place. Pure luxury.”
In the heart of Plockton village our truly unique cottage "An Taigh Dubh" enjoys a central yet peaceful location close to the loch, just a short stroll to pubs, restaurants, shops or seal trips and Plockton’s beautiful scenery. Sleeping two in its open plan living/sleeping accommodation, it has a well equipped kitchen and a shower room, with modern comforts throughout. It is not only unique but just ideal, with the added bonus of its own off street parking, a rare find in Plockton.
“We stayed for three nights at Plockton Thatched Cottage in mid-September 2019. It is a perfect place for a couple to get away from the 'tourist feeling' and yet be able to easily visit Skye, Kilchurn Castle, Galashiel, etc. We truly enjoyed our stay here. Just a couple of quick notes, so other visitors are not surprised. These are not complaints. The double bed is a pull-out sofa, but it was comfortable. Linda stated that she had recently added a pillow top mattress cover. The kitchen was well equipped, but, as we discovered most other places during our 3-week tour of Scotland, the cooking pans are Teflon, known to be carcinogenic. Otherwise, all was great - very clean, plenty of hot water, easy to be 'green' with separate recycling bins out the back door, easy and scenic access to Kyle of Lochalsh and Skye, a nice downtown in which to stroll and hear local music. Ian and Linda were great hosts, were not at all pesky, and we got on well. Definitely recommend it and would stay again.”
Situated in the heart of the village, our home is ideally placed for exploring the area with plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. Island View boasts a spectacular view across the loch. It is a large double bedroom with en-suite shower room. You can relax in our private garden or enjoy the cosiness and comfort of your well-appointed room. We source the best local produce for our breakfasts and will cater to any dietary needs. The price is £75 per night with breakfast included.
“Superb! A delightful house in a fantastic setting. Mary Jane is indeed a super hostess, fantastic, knowledgeable company, happy to let you come and go as you please, and cooks a mean 'full scottish' breakfast. The house itself is in an ideal position, central to the village, mere yards from the three good pub restaurants, the chippy, and the ice-cream shop. Fans of Hamish McBeth will recognise it as the exterior of the Loch Dubh Hotel in the series, though the wall is no longer sign written. The bedrooms have fantastic views out over the bay, but these are even better viewed from the front garden seated at its table with a glass of something chilled. The cosy dining room has a host of Intriguing antiques and furniture to keep you chatting and guessing. To summarize, we cannot recommend Mary Jane and her house highly enough to anyone wanting to savour the atmosphere of that very special place.”