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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. You get a far better view looking out of the window. 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 need to ask?

What is there to do?

A couple of stags,

take a boat trip on the "Isabella"

... play cello on the roof,

Mind you, one of the best things to do is just a walk on the beach without the stress of "doing things". Just you and nobody else.

.dolphins,

go salmon or trout fishing (tuition available),

There are loads of hills to climb. If you are looking for a guide, ask Tim Hamlet, http://hamletmountaineering.com/

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

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

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... and all kinds of rare twitcheable birds.

A courting skylark

or a sea eagle.

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There are also killer whales, aka orca...

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You could of course always just light the stove and look out of the window. You never know what might appear.

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be arty,

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Sourrounding The Brochs, there is wildlife in abundance. Seals are nearly as ubiquitous as deer.

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Oh, I nearly forgot... you could of course sample the freshest seafod you've ever had in three different outlets, from gastro pub to posh restaurant, and in pop-up style.