North Coast 500
The North Coast 500 consists of 500 miles of incredible Scottish coastline waiting for you to discover. The route officially begins in Inverness and follows main roads along coastal edges in the North Highlands. You’ll reach some of the most northerly points in Scotland such as Caithness and John o' Groats and be greeted with unforgettable scenery along the way. As you head South, you’ll pass Dingwall and return to Inverness to finish. This popular route is loved by those who seek to create incredible Scottish memories.
Whether you’re wild camping, staying in a campervan or accommodation along the way, a relaxing staycation in Argyll is the perfect end to your Scottish adventure.
Nestled in amongst the mountains at the head of Loch Goil, just off the A82 you’ll find Drimsynie Estate Holiday Village. Choose from iconic A-Frame lodges, hot tub lodges or caravans to call home for a few nights. If you’d rather stay closer to facilities such as the swimming pool, restaurant and bar, cosy up in Drimsynie Estate Hotel which offers breathtaking bedroom window views of the estate.
During the day, immerse yourself in the surrounding Scottish countryside, filled with mountains, lochs and wildlife. Perfect picture opportunities! In the evening, relax and replenish at The View Bar & Restaurant or if you fancy tasty fast food, DC’s Takeaway will fulfil your cravings.
If you’re still buzzin’ with energy and adrenaline after your NC500 trip, choose from a variety of onsite Go Active Activities. You will also find an abundance of nearby activity providers who offer everything from boat trips on Loch Goil to paddle boarding and kayaking.
Our Friends of Argyll partners can be found nearby, dotted around Argyll and are well worth a visit. If you stay with Argyll Holidays you can receive and exclusive discount from the businesses that we’ve teamed up with. So if you’re visiting a local castle, heading further afield for a bite to eat or taking part in a fun activity, check out our website to see if you can save a little (LINK).
No matter where you’re travelling to in Scotland, it’s important to plan your trip in advance. Check out the Scottish Access Outdoor Code to ensure that we keep Scotland bonnie.