7   H A R B O U R  S T R E E T. P L O C K T O N.


Sailing, canoeing, rowing, windsurfing, fishing, and bicycles can be hired locally at Calum Mackenzie’s a few doors away at very reasonable rates.  Other activities include hillwalking, visits to the abundant seal colonies with Calum's Seal Trips, pony trekking, mountaineering, and many excellent walks around the village and the Kyle Peninsula.  There is something for everyone and for all age groups.

There is a nine hole golf course at the village of Loch Carron, a few miles away, and there is also one in Kyle of a somewhat inferior quality, but, it is being upgraded.

There are white coral beaches within easy walking distance and the waters are crystal clear and free from pollution.

Summer sailing in Plockton.   Calum's trip to see the seals   Drop by for a pint at the Plockton

There are two pubs in the village – The Plockton Hotel and The Plockton Inn – both serve wonderful food specialise in seafood dishes using the local fishermen’s catch.  Vegetarians are also well catered for, particularly at The Plockton Inn.   On Thursday evenings a few of the local musicians get together with their guitars, fiddles, accordions, banjos and pipes and have a ceilidh.  Visitors are more than welcome to join in.

Grumpy’s – the local fish and chip shop is at the end of Harbour Street which serves excellent fish and chips and other take away food for lazy nights in. You can also have a meal at the more intimate Plockton Shores on Harbour Street. Iain James is the owner and a first class chef and his creations are exciting and innovative. The restaurant carries a good range of wines and whiskies. It is advisable to book as soon as you arrive in Plockton during the peak season.

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