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Camp site and stunning beach

This is a beautiful location - lovely safe beach. Small car park available for day parking, but if... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Hayley L
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Inverness, United Kingdom
Beautiful

This beach is definitely worth a visit. Small car park with boardwalk to beach. Vast expanse of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kerry P
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful location - lovely safe beach. Small car park available for day parking, but if you want to camp overnight don't leave your vehicle there as this upsets the locals! There is a great campsite next to the car park - very...More

1  Thank Hayley L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This beach is definitely worth a visit. Small car park with boardwalk to beach. Vast expanse of beach with a campsite. Can be blustery. Suitable for swimming and kayaking. Always lots of dog walkers. Lovely views of surrounding mountains. Coastal walks from the beach.

Thank Kerry P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Heaven. Beautiful unspoilt white sandy beach. Hardly anyone else there. Crystal clear water. Views of mountains and islands.

Thank philippaparrish
Reviewed 24 May 2018

I have been to a lot of beaches in England and Wales but my first trip to the Scottish Highlands involved a visit to this beach. There may be nicer beaches in Scotland...but at the moment - On a sunny day, without a cloud in...More

1  Thank ChrisU421
Reviewed 18 November 2017

A few miles from the center of Laide this beautiful beach is reached by an easily travelled single track paved road with plenty of pull off spots for oncoming traffic. There is a small, free car park just past the caravan park and then the...More

Thank v0yageur22
Reviewed 18 October 2017

There were very few others enjoying the beach today. The sun was out and the sand was verging on white. The sea was a beautiful colour. No noise bar the sounds of sheep and birds. This is truly a 'get away from it all' place....More

Thank anneh01
Reviewed 31 August 2017

I had Luskentyre on my list to visit but as I was staying in Poolewe, my husband, son and I decided to stop as this one whilst passing. We were not disappointed. Just a little and easy walk from the car park (I managed with...More

Thank celinegod
Reviewed 19 August 2017

This is a gorgeous beach down a single track road. Passing places are few though. The sand is lovely and there are fabulous views over the loch and hills

Thank 301lisa33
Reviewed 19 August 2017

We've been visiting this beach for years. It never disappoints - tide in, out, in sun, hail, snow it has views and character. Regardless of how busy it might be, there's always somewhere to find a moment of solitude. Dress for the conditions and relax.

Thank dougM1962
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Not the sort of beach you would expect to find in the Highlands of Scotland! White sand and incredible blue/green water. Take the time to walk around and enjoy the sand in between your toes!

Thank Linda B
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Response from v0yageur22 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I know its from meallan which means hill in Gaelic and Udrigle is probably Norse and is likely someonés name.
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