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Useful Links at Comraich, Self Catering Holiday Cottage, Assynt

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Everything you need for Assynt  Comprehensive information about things in Assynt to see and do for visitors and locals alike

Information about the wildlife of Assynt & sightings

Local fishing information  Assynt offers remote hill lochs where you can cast your line in wonderful surroundings for the wild brown trout, or fishing for salmon or sea trout in the peaty rivers. Sea fishing along the coast for mackerel, Pollack, Sea Bass, etc

Wild and stocked trout fishing  Mixed trout fishery with wild brown and quality stocked rainbows, and stocked brown trout. Bank and boat fishing available

Assynt's Geopark  Learn about the local geology and where to search for fossils, and the dramatic earth movements which formed the Scottish Highlands.

Knockan Crag Visitor Centre  This field centre, with interactive displays, is a great place to take children.  The rocks here tell of ancient oceans, vast deserts and ice sheets. Knockan Crag is renowned internationally as one of the most important sites for understanding how the landscape of Northern Britain was formed.

Visit the birds on Handa Island  The island comes alive each summer when nearly 100,000 seabirds gather to breed, including internationally important numbers of guillemot, razorbill and great skua.
250 pairs of puffin breed, our favourite colourful clown birds.

Assynt Crofters Trust for fishing & game  The estate boasts some of the finest trout fishing in Sutherland, with some two hundred lochs and lochans.  Many lochs have boats for hire, and both bank fishing and boat permits are available at a number of local outlets.  Guided wild brown trout fishing, fly fishing tuition for all ages, tackle hire and ghillie service are all available.

Walking access to Cape Wrath & Lighthouse  Scotland's most north westerly point can be reached by a minibus journey of about 11 miles through wild unspoiled scenery. Walk or visit the lighthouse. Telephone to arrange.