How to find us

Lazybed Accommodation, Caladh, Inverkirkaig, Lochinver, IV27 4LR. T: +44 (0) 1571 844 272.

Inverkirkaig by road

If you are picking up a bus from Inverness please see the seasonal timetables via Citylink Coaches and Stagecoach Bus. We recommend you pre-book the Inverness to Ullapool section as buses can fill up when connecting to the Stornoway Ferry.

Edinburgh and Glasgow are approximately three and a half hours drive from Inverness via the A9 trunk road. We are about 95 miles north west of Inverness. follow the A9 over the Kessock bridge, at Tore roundabout follow signs for Ullapool on the A835. Once you reach Ullapool follow signs for Lochinver. Pass through the hamlet of Elphin arriving at Ledmore T Junction a few minutes later. Turn left onto the A837, soon passing through Inchnadamph, past the remains of Ardvreck Castle and the magnificent expanse of Loch Assynt, finally arriving into the small fishing port of Lochinver. Carry on along the main, seaside road and then turn left at the junction signposted to Inverkirkaig which is approximately 3 miles along a scenic single track road. As you descend the hill toward Inverkirkaig’s bay, turn right at the 'No Through Road’ and 'Kirkaig Lodge' signs before you get to the bay. The owner’s bungalow is the first building on the right and the Lazybed accommodation car park is adjacent to it. 

There is an alternative route: around 10 miles after leaving Ullapool you will see a left hand turning to Achiltibuie, follow this road past the stunning outline of Stac Pollaidh and shortly after turn right signed to Inverkirkaig. You are now on the ‘back road’ to Inverkirkaig sometimes known as the ‘wee road’ or even the ‘wee mad road’ - you will soon understand why! Follow this beautiful road through tumultuous landscape eventually crossing the River Kirkaig close to the famous Achins Book shop and Cafe. Carry on another half mile around the bay and then take a left turn at the ‘No Through Road’ and 'Kirkaig Lodge' signs as previously described above. We definitely recommend taking this route if you are travelling by bike - it’s a perfect cycling route.

Inverness by rail

From Inverness there is a wide variety of main line rail services from / to the South. LNER operate a direct service from London King's Cross including the Caledonian sleeper service.

Inverness by air

There are direct flights from Gatwick, Luton and Manchester to Inverness Airport. EasyJet have direct flights from/to many UK regional airports and there are direct international flights from/to Belfast and Amsterdam. Low cost car hire can be arranged at Inverness Airport.

Local links

An Talla Solais. Made in Assynt. Assynt Leisure. Lochinver Pies. Discover Assynt. Assynt Field Club. Bridge House Art. Lochinver Landscapes. Assynt Highland Games. Cocoa Mountain. West Coast Deli. Peet's Restaurant. Highland Wholefoods. Mobile Library. Screen Machine. Cabinet. The Rock Stop. Highland Stoneware. The Seafood Shack. Great Wilderness Challenge. Kylesku Hotel. Ceilidh Place. The Flow Country. Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape. Bone Caves. Smoo Cave.

Lochinver shopping and eating: Driftwood Cafe, An Cala Cafe, Inbhir Brunches, Delillah's Restaurant as well as some of the above. Discover special gems and gifts in Rockpool. Assynt Ceramics & Workshop, The Old Stables, Glencanisp Lodge. Kayak hire/trips available locally. Baddi-Bikes bicycle hire. Fish van every Wednesday lunchtime. Chandlery. Newsagent. Spar, Butcher and Costcutter / Bog Shop. Catch Toll fish & chips, Clachtoll.