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Taigh a' Bhraoin is situated at the edge of the village of Letters on the west bank of Loch Broom. It is about 10 miles from Ullapool, the main ferry port for the Outer Hebrides. You really need a car to get to Taigh a' Bhraoin and make the most of the magnificent North West of Scotland. Although we have tried to make Taigh a' Bhraoin so comfortable and homely that you could quite happily spend your entire holiday there, we encourage you to get out and see some of the most spectacular and ancient scenery in the world.
The nearest airport is Inverness which is about 60 miles away. The nearest railway station is Garve which is about 30 miles away. Glasgow and Edinburgh are each about 250 miles from Taigh a' Bhraoin and have international air services from Dubai (Emirates) connecting to Africa, India, the Far East and Australia as well as direct flights from Canada, USA and numerous UK and European Airports.
Just don't forget, you have to go back at the end of your stay (sorry!)
If you're really lucky, you might get to see a sunset as spectacular as the one above taken on our way home in February at the Beauly Firth from Charlestown, just before you cross the Kessock Bridge to Inverness