Na Fir Chlis


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Na Fir Chlis
Welcome to Opinan in the North-West Highlands of Scotland.

"Na Fir Chlis Guesthouse" is situated near Greenstone Point on the coast of Wester-Ross in the Highlands of Scotland.

We enjoy lovely open views out to sea, and to the North the hills of Coigach, Stac Polly & Suilven.

The open moorland around us is scattered with many picturesque lochans and the coastline alternates between rugged cliffs and beautiful sandy beaches.
"Na Fir Chlis" is the ideal place for those wishing to explore beautiful Wester-Ross.

Our aim is to provide High Quality Bed & Breakfast accommodation and Evening Meals.

We hope you will enjoy the peaceful location and the relaxed atmosphere of "Na Fir Chlis".

We have one twin bedded room and one double bedded, both with en-suite facilities.

Free Wi-Fi Broadband Internet.

Pets Welcome
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Around Opinan
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Mountain scenery in Wester-Ross


B&B Double/Twin prices range from £27 to £30
per person per night depending on length of stay.

We now only take advance bookings for 2 or more nights.

Payment by Cash, Cheque, Credit or Debit Card

NB: No surcharge if paying by Credit or Debit Card

We are open from Easter until the end of September

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Places to visit around Na Fir Chlis
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While staying at Na Fir Chlis you can visit...

Inverewe Garden
The world famous gardens created by Osgood Mackenzie


Loch Ewe Distillery
The only distillery on the north west coast of Scotland.
Produces illicit style whisky using ancient methods.


The Perfume Studio & Aroma Cafe
A Unique Experience!


Many people who come to stay with us here at "Na Fir Chlis" like to go walking.

Wester-Ross is blessed with a great variety of scenery for you to enjoy on your walks, rocky coastline, moorland, hills and mountains.

The Walking page shows some of the more popular walks around Opinan.


"Mellon Udrigle" is Gaelic for the Little hill of Udrigle.
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Walks around Opinan
CLICK here to go to the Weather Data page We have an automatic weather station which takes readings and uploads them to the Web site periodically throughout the day. Click here to see the latest data.
There are many places around
"Na Fir Chlis" that are good for birdwatching

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Birdwatching
CLICK here to go to the Fauna page
Local Wildlife
Pine Martens, Otters, Seals and Red Deer
are some of the animals you may be lucky enough to see.

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Pine Marten Video
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Opinan is Gaelic for"Place of Bays" and is sometimes called "Obinan"

There is another Opinan to the south of Gairloch

"Na Fir Chlis" is Gaelic for "The Dancing Maidens" or "Merry Dancers"
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The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights
as seen from Na Fir Chlis
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Garden
The Na Fir Chlis garden extends to over an acre and is a work in progress.
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Opinan & surroundings
Around Opinan
Places to visit
Places to Visit
The Mountains of Wester Ross & Sutherland
Mountain Views
Weather Forecasts
Local Weather
Guest Accommodation
House Interior
Xan is pleased to welcome well behaved dogs
Pictures of Xan


We are members of Gairloch & Loch Ewe Action Forum visit the GALE website for more information on Wester Ross.

Secret Scotland Tours detailed itineraries for self-drive tours, accommodation guides and information on major Scottish Attractions






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