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By Kyle of Lochalsh
Ross - Shire
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"You live in a paradise. Thanks for your hospitality & kindness. Muchas gracias por todo"
Ainhoa Clliment & Oscar Monan, Barcelona
"Merci beaucoup pour votre hospitalite. Vous confirmez ce que je pense des Ecossaise: sympathiques et chaleureux"
Sabine Meas, France
"Very relaxing and tranquil. Lovely view & great hospitality"
Sharna & Rod, Brisbane
"The air is clear, the water is clear and the surroundings are beautiful so I stayed 3 nights!"
Nora Oudshoorn, the Netherlands
"The most enjoyable B&B so far in Scotland! Great Times!"
Yaron Zaffern, Tel Aviv
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IMAGES OF BALMACARA MAINS
Our porch area, where breakfast is served from 8am - 9.30am and that guest can use at any time.
All our rooms are en suite - with stone lined tiles and power showers
Our porch area is open at any time for guest to use.
The porch area is the perfect setting to sit and enjoy the view across Loch Alsh to Skye
The lounge area is available for customers to use, watch a film or just cosy up by the fire
Looking to the Mains from Loch Alsh, offering an idyllic setting in the woods by the shore
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VIEWS FROM BALMACARA MAINS
The view in front of the Mains, looking to the south east, towards the Five Sisters of Kintail
Looking east across Loch Alsh from the front garden across Balmacara bay to Sgur Mòr
Looking south west to the southern tip of the Isle of Skye
Looking directly south from Balmacara Mains, towards Glenelg and Knoydart
The view across Loch Alsh from our porch area, a fine setting for breakfast
The view across Loch Alsh to the south on New Years morning
We are located just beside the National Trust for Scotland's Loch Alsh woodland walks.
Located just metres from the edge of the loch, there is wildlife a plenty to look out for
We grow many vegetables and some fruit in our garden, their flavour aided by the sea air
Within the idyllic village of Glaic, Balmacara Mains has a fascinating history.
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VIEWS OF LOCAL AREA
Some of the local wildlife relaxing on Loch Alsh.
The view across Skye / the Cullins from the mainland.
The village of Plockton, five miles from Balmacara offers a range of dining options.
Porpoises can often be seeing along the coast in Loch Alsh and the surrounding area.
Looking over to the Cullins on the Isle of Skye from Erbusaig, all within easy reach of Balmacara.
Balmacara bay, with Balmacara Mains on the shore line and the Cullins of Skye behind.
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