Long winding roads full of opportunities to explore...
The Bettyhill Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Scottish Highlands with numerous visitor attractions including museums, distilleries, castles, gardens and some beautiful bays. Alternatively, just relax and enjoy good food, fine wines and our warm and friendly service.
Bettyhill lies at the mouth of the River Naver on the north coast, well situated as a base for exploring the many excellent trout lochs in and around Strath Naver, all providing fabulous fly fishing for truly wild trout in the most magnificent wild surroundings. A bit of a walk will take you to lochs which may not have seen a fisherman in years.
The fishing for both salmon and sea trout can be excellent on the lower association beat of the River Naver. Angling Clubs and Associations Permits to fish the Association water on the River Naver can be purchased, on a first-come-first-served basis at Bettyhill General Merchants (Post Office), Bettyhill.
Please contact the Bettyhill Hotel for any further information. We will be more than happy to assist you with any questions.
The Bettyhill Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Scottish Highlands with numerous visitor attractions including museums, distilleries, castles, gardens and some beautiful bays. Guests regularly come to Scotland for:
- Beach walks
- Bird watching (Puffins can be seen not too far from Bettyhill)
- Driving through stunning scenery
- Experience Scottish culture
- Deer stalking
- Photography of landscapes and wildlife
- and much more...
Booking direct with us is easy,
pay nothing until you depart*
*excludes large group bookings. Cancellation policy applies.
The North Coast 500 is Scotland's answer to Route 66 and has proved to be an overnight sensation! The Bettyhill Hotel is located directly on the North Coast 500 and makes and ideal stop-off point to explore the area. You can learn more about the North Coast 500 here: https://www.northcoast500.com/
We think that this video below demonstrates (amongst many other things) why the North Coast 500 has become so popular...enjoy!