Nestled between hill and loch
A wealth of pristine beaches are situated nearby, with Camusdarach, Morar and the wonderful dunes of Sanna Bay of Ardnamurchan among our favourites.
Just four miles from the estate, the beach at Glenuig is easily accessed by road.
The White Sands make a breathtaking end to a cliffside walk, offering the opportunity to pass through an ancient crofting township and wonderful swathes of coastal heath.
For the historian, the Singing Sands of Kentra near Acharacle were once a training ground for the D-Day landings in France. A glimpse of the vast expanse of these remote beaches is sure to delight any visitor, with the chance for wildlife spotting or wild swimming.
Kinlochmoidart Estate is perfect for exploring by foot. Amongst the many scenic walks nearby, we recommend the Prince’s Walk, which provides the opportunity to retrace the steps of the famous Jacobite, Bonnie Prince Charlie. Our guests don’t have to venture far to enjoy the estate’s impressive surroundings. A path behind Kinlochmoidart House leads to the nearest hill loch - Loch nan Patchean - and the hill Lochs beyond.
For the more adventurous guest, Rois-Bheinn, the tallest mountain in Moidart is close by with a stunning vista over the Inner Hebrides to be found. Munro-baggers will find three munros on their doorstep, whilst Fort William and the majestic Ben Nevis are less than an hour’s drive from Kinlochmoidart.
The Silver Walk is another favourite. Follow an ancient path as it weaves along Loch Moidart to reach Castle Tioram.
Situated on the Western coast, Kinlochmoidart offers a wealth of varied and seasonal fly fishing opportunities, both on the River Moidart and Loch Moidart itself. The River Moidart forms a wonderful highland setting, boasting the opportunity to land an Atlantic Salmon or sea trout, given a stealthy approach and delicate cast. The estate features numerous hill lochs, so the stillwater angler can take a fishing rod and bring back a trout.
Where the River Moidart meets Loch Moidart, the tidal estuary’s pools and glides offer excellent sport. Here, the angler will find finnock and sea trout, fresh off the tide. Sea fishing may also be enjoyed off the rocks in Loch Moidart at high tide or indeed at the waters of nearby Glenuig. Boat fishing can also be arranged on Loch Sunart, rich in fish, or in Mallaig.
All fishing on the estate is seasonal, and by fly only.
Kinlochmoidart benefits from several bodies of moving and still water, which provide the ideal backdrop for watersports ranging from kayaking to paddle boarding.
There are also a handful of local companies who operate tours and excursions in the area - a wonderful way to enjoy the delights of Moidart from the water.
There are several great trad music sessions held in the local area. We love going to Arisaig Hotel and Bunk House for the Sunday afternoon session. Head to their Facebook Page to find out more. Glenuig Inn, Glenuig Hall and Sunart Centre are also great spots to hear the locals play into the night.