Kearvaig Bothy sits pretty on untouched, undisturbed ground. It’s the Highlands at its most wild, most heartbreakingly bare. Kearvaig – known locally as ‘Kerwick’ – combines gorgeous white sand with rub-your-eyes-blue water. It’s a quiet, calm and mesmerising inlet, soft and solemn while the fierce Atlantic waves crash in to the crumbling sea cliffs all around it. It’s an incredibly special place.
Kearvaig is, moody, serene, unsettling… it’s hypnotic and placid and still a place to sip whisky by warm fires and play cards with old friends. Keep reading to find out how you can experience all of that, spot some entertaining puffins and even combine your trip with Scotland’s most north-westerly point.