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Where is Camusnagaul?

Camusnagaul is near Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom. If you are traveling from Inverness you will find that Camusnagaul is slightly over an hour's drive. On the way you will pass by Dundonnell Hotel.

If you are driving from Ullapool it also takes around about 45 minutes to an hour to travel to Camusnagaul.

You can see a tourist map showing Camusnagaul here.

At Camusnagaul is our Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop - we serve great food and home made baking. So when you are passing next please drop in and sample our tasty food. We also serve locally brewed An Teallach and Beinn Dearg beer.

You can also buy our crafts and gifts through our online craft shop so why not visit online now.

To see the range of crafts we stock please have a look at our Maggie's Tea Room & Craftshop page.

We have a wide range of holiday accommodation close to Dundonnell including 2 cottages, bed & breakfast and a 16 bed hostel.

The cottages are first class holiday accommodation are only two miles from Dundonnell Hotel

Other related pages on this web site:

Dundonnell local information

Diving the Jambo

The Fairweather V - information and web links.

Dundonnell War Memorial page including links to information on World War 1 on the BBC web site and elsewhere along with other information web sites.

Dundonnell, Little Loch Broom

Dundonnell is part of the Little Loch Broom community in the highlands of Scotland. This site has been created to provide local tourist information for the area around Dundonnell and also show the things you can see and do while visiting this area of Wester Ross.

Looking down Little Loch Broom towards Dundonnell

We hope you will find the time to visit us and enjoy the scenery over tea or lunch at Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop and hopefully stay a while. The Tea Room can be found just 2 miles from Dundonnell. The dinning area of Maggie's Tea Room and Craft shop is where you will be given a warm local welcome along with home baking and delicious meals (including smoked Salmon and home made quiche). There is also a secluded outdoor wooden decked seating area where you can relax and enjoy a short break over tea, coffee or a local beer looking over Little Loch Broom (hopefully watching out for eagles, dolphins and other wildlife).

Inside Maggie's Tea Room and Craft Shop

There is also a wide range of accommodation available to suit most people at Camusnagaul, Dundonnell - including 2 modern self-catering cottages (rated 3 Star), Bed & Breakfast (4 rooms available - rated 3 Star), caravans and a low cost 16 bed Hostel. When you get to Camusnagaul, Dundonnell you will experience a wonderful place to visit, so why not make this your holiday travel centre.

Holiday cottages available near Dundonnell

Dundonnell is the base for the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue team. Their web site can be found at Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team. If you would like to support them please visit their web site.

View looking from Camusnagaul towards Dundonnell



And researched for you ... including a number of walking and climbing web site references

Caledonia Hilltreks - Hillwalking and guided walking holidays in Scotland, specialising in Munro Bagging

List of Munros around Dundonnell and Wester Ross

Munros and Corbetts on the walkscotland web site including mountains around Dundonnell

Pictures of An Teallach near Dundonnell on the Munro Magic web site.

Gavin Shaw's excellent site on mountains in Scotland.

David Cotton's walk to Dundonnell from Gruinard illustrated with a lot of photographs (broadband and advantage when looking at this site). His web site has a information on many of his walks and is well worth a visit.

Two days in Fisherfield website

An Teallach - NCR club

The Smiddy, Dundonnell - climbing club hut for hire from The Edinburgh JMCS - an active climbing and mountaineering club

Dundonnell Mountain Rescue web site

UKC Climbing Forum - An Teallach discussion and there climbing forum photos

Dundonnell is situated at the start of Little Loch Broom and looks over into the estuary. The estuary is where we often stop to gather a bucket full of Little Loch Broom mussels - they are delicious cooked with white wine, garlic and some onions or shallots fried in butter. Cook in a large pot and until the mussels have opened, after about 5-6 minutes. Watch out for the small pearls as they can (and do) break teeth if you are not careful.

Unusual link - new species of fly found at Dundonnell in 2002 - Odinia betulae on the Malloch Society web page.




View fom Dundonnell looking up Little Loch Broom towards Camusnagaul

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