Badachro Harbour Trust

A beautiful natural harbour in the stunning northwest Highlands of Scotland

The perfect stop over. A clearly marked harbour entrance ...

As you head into Loch Gairloch, the entrance to Badachro is between Isle Horrisdale and the south side of the loch.  There is a red port lateral marker at the entrance to the bay.  Stay to starboard of the green marker which marks submerged rocks.  The visitor moorings are all blue and to port.

The moorings are rated to 20 tonnes and are available year-round for short term stays.  Please phone if you require a mooring for a longer stay.

... four clearly marked visitor moorings ...

There are 4 overnight blue visitor moorings on the south side of Isle Horrisdale. They are available on a first come, first served basis for £15 per night.

Anchoring is also possble both in Badachro Bay and in the Birds Nest on the SSE of side of Isle Horrisdale.

... food, fun, friends & music ashore ...

The Badachro Inn, located beside the jetty (check acccess due to tide) offers warm hospitality, lunches & evening meals and the full range of drinks you would expect from a good Scottish pub. An outside decking area compliments a cosy interior and booking for meals is advisable.

... gifts to remember your time here ...

Latitude 57, located 100 yards from the jetty, is open from March - December and offers unique, nautically-themed gifts, as well as locally-made items.  A small decking area also offers a space in which to sit enjoy an ice-cream after you shop. 

... and a micro distillery to lift your spirits.

The Badachro Distillery is at the far end of the village on the Aird Road. They produce small batch artisan gins, whisky, and award-winning 'Dancing Puffin' vodka.  They welcome you to have quick look around, chat and taste whilst buying some of their products from the source.  On site, you'll also find a self-catering cottage Little Aird Hill.