​Kintail Outdoor Centre

Kintail Outdoor Centre is situated in the north-west Highlands, below Sgurr na Moraich, the last of the famous Five Sisters of Kintail, and Ben Attow (Long Mountain).

These spectacular mountains rise steeply from the shores of Loch Duich and offer some of the best hillwalking in Britain.

Sleeps: 20
Very Good
IV40 8HQ

The centre provides a fabulous setting for hillwalking and offers unparalleled scope for outdoor pursuits and field studies for mountaineering clubs, schools and university groups, or large groups of friends and family. Local countryside rangers are on hand to offer advice, introductory talks and guided walks.

The centre is 5 minutes from the A87, with Glenelg and the Isle of Skye within easy reach.

Green Tourism Award Silver

Accommodation details

The bunkhouse has five bedrooms with bunk beds, accommodating up to 20 people (1 two-bedded, 3 four-bedded and 1 six-bedded), six bathrooms (including two that are wheelchair accessible) – each with a toilet and a shower, a fully equipped kitchen, sitting room with wood-burning stove, dining room, drying room, laundry and oil-fired central heating.


£20 per person, per night (minimum 4 people)

Groups of 15 or more will have exclusive use of the accommodation. Smaller groups may be required to share facilities with another small group.

How to book

We regret it’s not possible to check availability of the centre online. Please contact our Holidays Department for the latest availability on 0131 458 0305 and choose option 2, or email holidays@nts.org.uk


  • Assistance dogs only
  • Bed linen is supplied but please bring your own towels and toiletries.
  • Colour television
  • Facilities for outdoor drying
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • No smoking
  • Payphone
  • Radio
  • Suitable for some mobility-impaired visitors
  • Washer drier
  • Wheelchair access
  • Wi-Fi
  • Available for festive breaks
  • Available for winter breaks

Activities nearby

  • Birdwatching
  • Fishing
  • Hillwalking
  • Sailing/water sports
  • Shooting/stalking

Regional information

Kintail & Morvich is one of Scotland’s finest remaining expanses of wild land. Golden eagles, otters, ptarmigan and red deer are all regularly seen in the area. The landscape also has a significant cultural heritage, with crofting still playing an important role in the lives of local people today.

Walks to Beinn Fhada (1,032m) and A’ Ghlas-bheinn (918m) start just outside the centre and it’s the western terminus of the long-distance Affric Kintail Way.

Property contact details

Kintail Ranger Service, Morvich Farm, Inverinate, Ross-shire IV40 8HQ

Tel: 01599 511231

Email: kintail@nts.org.uk

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