Scottish Highlands home page
Camusnagaul is an ideal holiday location for hitchhikers, hill walkers, climbers, scuba divers, fishermen or women and other individuals who want a great location for a family holiday, and pets are welcome.
We look forward to seeing you and of course you can leave a message in the guest book and share your experience of visiting this area of Scotland.
Maggie's Tea Room & Craft Shop
Dundonnell - hill walking and other links
Our webmasters Recommended Scottish Websites page (worth a visit)
Poolewe and Loch Ewe area
Online Craft shop
Boat Charter for Scuba diving and sea fishing trips
Things to do
Places to see
How to find us
Local web links
Travel and directory links (reciprocal)
FreeStuff (calendars, screensavers)
Charlies Holiday Blog
(uses Microsoft Outlook and gives a short message)
E-cards - send an e-card or look at the our photo gallery.
Sign Guest Book
(discuss anything related to holidays in Scotland)
Travel Maps for Camusnagaul and Dundonnell (opens a new browser than can be easily printed)
Google language convertor this page in:- French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese (beta), Japanese (beta), Korean (beta) (please note that the translation is computer generated by Google - it is not perfect).
Or visit www.visitalascozia.it
Other web pages on this site
Camusnagaul site map
Do you enjoy puzzles? why not try out some of ours. We have a "few" pages of online web jigsaws at
We also have a simple online crossword based on words and places found on this website. Please about them as well.
Views of Sunset over Gruinard Bay
Walk along the River Gruinard towards Fisherfield and An Teallach
Wreck diving the Jambo
Wreck diving the Fairweather V
On your way to Camusnagaul and Dundonnell you may drive up the A9 to Inverness. You will probably pass Birnam and Dunkeld - why not stop off and give yourself a break from driving. Check out the area on the web page -
Birnam and Dunkeld - Perthshire
Discover Scotland with websites of interest.Where is Camusnagaul?
Camusnagaul is close to Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom. We are near Ullapool and Inverness and make an ideal holiday centre for visiting Scotland and the Scottish Highlands around Ullapool.
You can see a tourist map showing Camusnagaul here.
Miniads for the Camusnagaul website
This is "Charlie" our Camusnagaul web mascot, you will find lots of photographs of her and her two pals - Sam and Hamish on this web site.
When you visit Scotland and the Scottish Highlands you can have a relaxing or active holiday, or a combination of both. There is daily adventure trips out from Ullapool on fast (and also slow) tourist boats around the Summer Isles looking for wildlife including dolphins and the occasional whale.
Creag Ard Charters boat is based at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell and can be charted out (including a skipper) for scuba diving and sea fishing trips around the Summer Isles and wrecks including the Jambo and Fairweather V.
Scotland has many wonderful beaches and within 10 minutes of the holiday accommodation at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell you can visit Gruinard Bay.
At Camusnagaul we have two well appointed Scottish Holiday cottages.
Each holiday cottage has central heating, a full-sized kitchen and 2 bedrooms. Disabled access is available through a ramp. There is uninterrupted views over Little Loch Broom towards the mountains surrounding the sea loch.
Sandy Beach at Mellon Udrigle is about 30 minutes drive from Camusnagaul and Dundonnell.
Scotland has many wonderful waterfalls and this one is called Ardessie falls, there is a number of waterfalls and one can be seen from the roadside.
In Scotland we have wide open spaces and in the Highlands very few people. If you want to experience wilderness areas then visit Scotland and the Scottish Highlands and the area around Dundonnell.
Creag Ard Charters boat with a group of happy fishermen. The boat takes groups of up to 12 people of all ages.
Charlie's Holiday Blog pages show pictures of "Charlie" - our very own Scottish sheepdog with her pals Sam and Hamish on holiday's at Camusnagaul.
Useful web links:
Isle of Coll
Scotland Broadband Providers website
Scottish Highlands Travel Guide
Pictures of Scotland
Gaelic news - keeping you up-to-date
Camusnagaul, Dundonnell - Little Loch Broom
Your visitor guide to the Wester Ross area around Ullapool, Dundonnell and Loch Ewe.
This is the "broadband" version of the Camusnagaul home page†
Ardessie Waterfalls - a series of waterfalls some can be seen from the road, the other waterfalls require a fairly brisk walk up the hill. Expect to take 1 to 2 hrs.
Camusnagaul, 2 miles from Dundonnell is part of the Little Loch Broom community in the highlands of Scotland. Camusnagaul is surrounded by beautiful scenery and wildlife; mountains, waterfalls, lochs, sandy beaches, deer, eagles, buzzards, otters, dolphins and porpoises - a great place to base a holiday for relaxation, for activities and for the kids.
We use photographs to help show our visitors the beautiful and wonderful place we live in, some of the pictures may take some time to download.
At Camusnagaul we have Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop, ideal for lunches or a coffee break, along with the well stocked craftshop.
Holiday accommodation at Camusnagaul includes two modern holiday cottages; bed and breakfast at Mrs Ross consisting of 4 double bedrooms; there is also two caravans available to rent and the 16 bed Sail Mhor Croft Hostel. Camusnagaul also has it's own brewery and you can buy our local brewed beer at Maggie's Tea Room or in our local Dundonnell Stores at Badcaul. Camusnagaul has everything within easy traveling distance for holiday makers wanting to visit the Scottish Highlands on a short or long holiday break.
This site has been created to provide local tourist information and we hope it will help you to plan your visit to this area of Wester-Ross in Scotland.
View near Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands
A short summary of Camusnagaul's and Dundonnell tourist attractions is given below, we do hope however that you will take time to look through the rest of this website as it has a lot of additional information useful for planning a holiday to the Scottish Highlands, and if you live in Scotland then we hope you will come up for a short weekend break just to see how beautiful this area of the Scotland is.
Sandy Beach (Mellon Udrigle) near Camusnagaul, Dundonnell
Camusnagaul is surrounded by mountains and seascapes - our mountain ranges include An Teallach, Fisherfield and the Fannich's all within easy driving distances of Dundonnell and Camusnagaul.
The walk along the River Gruinard towards Fisherfield
Summary of the reasons to visit Camusnagaul and Dundonnell in the Scottish Highlands:
Charlie our Scottish Collie she - was born in Gairloch in 2001
Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop
Experience wonderful sunsets and sunrises in the Scottish Highlands
We have 3 wonderful beaches nearby - Mellon Udrigle - Gruinard
We hope you will find the time to enjoy the scenery over tea or lunch at Maggie's Tea Room and hopefully stay a while. We are very easy to get to especially if you are touring using your own transport. It's just over 1.5 hrs drive from Inverness and under 1 hr from Ullapool. Public transport is also available.
Valley at Braemore junction looking down towards Ullapool at Strath More
Use our Mapquest link to find your travel time and directions to Dundonnell. To see touring a map of the area click here There's also a closer view of Camusnagaul, Dundonnell.
When you get to Camusnagaul you will experience wide open spaces with wildlife as part of your backyard. We are also near other great places to visit including Ullapool, Aultbea, Mellon Udrigle and Poolewe, so why not make this your holiday travel centre when visiting the highlands of Scotland.
Visit the FreeStuff pages for month and year calendars, computer background images and screensavers. The e-cards and photo gallery has more pictures for you to look at and use.
We also have online jigsaws. We hope you enjoy them (and don't get into trouble at work playing them all day long). We are also trying our hand at online crosswords.
To download our latest free Screensavers click on the picture below or go to our freestuff pages. Please remember to have an updated anti-virus software on your computer before downloading any files...also please read our disclaimer. You will also find a link to free anti-virus software on the disclaimer page.
Charlie's Holiday Blog pages show pictures of "Charlie" - our very own Scottish sheepdog with her pals Sam and Hamish on holiday's at Camusnagaul. They visit us at least once every year on holiday.
You will always get a warm welcome at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell in the Scottish Highlands. This web site allows you to visit us as a "virtual tourist". You can almost smell the real coffee at Maggie's Tea Room and hear the sound of the eagles flying overhead.
We hope you enjoy this web site - but since the real thing is so much better, we will look forward to seeing you soon.
Disabled Access at Camusnagaul
There is disabled access to Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop along with modern toilets suitable for wheelchair access. The outdoor wooden patio seating area is also suitable for persons in a wheelchair. The two holiday cottages have a portable wooden access ramp available (please request this when booking a cottage). For information the width of the cottage entrance door is 750cm, internal porch door is 745cm wide and the bathroom door is 710cm wide.
If you have any questions regarding disabled access please phone or e-mail us and we will do our best to assist.
Looking for information on the following topics - then you may find it at our Scottish gateway page at www.scotland.camusnagaul.com at present we have researched family friendly weblinks.
Scotland Diving with Creag Ard Charters
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Updated January 20th 2005
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