Clashnessie is approximately 2 hours by road NW of Inverness

Getting There

Fly, drive or train to Inverness.  Then 2 – 2½ hours by road through beautiful Highland scenery.  

Take A9 north of Inverness crossing the Kessock Bridge. After 3 miles follow A835 due North West to Ullapool (55 miles), and then north (24 miles) to Ledmore Junction. Bear left on A837 towards Lochinver (17 miles). Just before the village turn right onto the B869 (Stoer) Assynt Coast Route. Part of NC500

Public transport by bus via Ullapool and Lochinver takes the best part of a day.

The B859 is a single track road with passing places, not recommended for caravans.  Use the passing places to allow on coming and faster vehicles to pass.  Sheep and deer take priority over motor vehicles!  Continue through Clachtoll, past the junction to Clashmore/ Point of Stoer, to Clashnessie (8 miles from Lochinver junction). 

Take the right fork that leads directly up the hill to The Brigs - on the left

Our entrance track is on the right as the road from Stoer starts to descend towards Clashnessie bay, opposite a white elevated box that used to contain eggs for sale. There is a farm gate across the track displaying a "no entry" sign and one for The Brigs. Continue along the track towards the waterfall. After 200 metres take the right fork which leads directly to The Brigs.

The Brigs from the Lochinver road approaching Clashnessie

June Sunrise from the dining room window

Sunrise looking over Clashnessie Bay from the dining room window

The Brigs from the track

The Brigs overlooking Clashnessie

The Brigs from above the waterfall