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Be warned, though! There is no television in The Brochs. There are too many other things to do than to watch TV. And, to ne honest, we hate TV. But there is a first class WiFi connection, so you don't have to go without Facebook or whatever else you use to download or upload or share your experiences with...

The Brochs of Coigach


Do you really have to ask? Just look at these pictures!

What is there to do?

The ubiquitous deer anyway...

take a boat trip with Ian MacLeod on the "Isabella"

... play your cello on the roof,

Once you had enough of all of this you could of course always just go for a walk on the beach. Just you and nobody else.

.... dolphins...

go salmon or trout fishing with expert water thrasher James Curley,

or go climbing. If you are looking for a guide, ask Tim Hamlet, http://hamletmountaineering.com/

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If you mare still not sure, you could...

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go kayaking with http://www.norwestseakayaking.com/ ,

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Artists come to sketch and draw in peace and solitude

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... all kinds of rare twitcheable birds...

A courting skylark

... perhaps a sea eagle...

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... killer whales...

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You could of course always just light the stove for hygge and look out of the window. You never know what you might see.

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be arty,

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... and seals who are nearly as ubiquitous as deer.