Things to do in and around Borgie
A perfect and idyllic Highland retreat, Borgie is a haven for nature lovers, fishers, walkers, beach-goers or for simple relaxation.
If it is an active sporting holiday you seek, fish for wild brown trout on 20 hill lochs. Salmon fishing on local rivers can be arranged. We also have exclusive shooting and stalking rights on the 12,600-acre Tongue Estate.
Tongue Gardens…free entry for Borgie Lodge Hotel guests by arrangement but donations to the highland hospice are encouraged.
For surfers we are in one of the top surfing areas.
Northwest Sutherland is one of the most sparsely populated and yet hauntingly beautiful landscapes in Britain. Stunning but deserted sandy beaches lie along the coast like jewels whilst the vast moorlands and glittering lochans are overlooked by gaunt, bare and rocky mountains ascended by few. This is a special place.
The main villages are Scourie on the west coast, Tongue on the north, and Durness, the most northwesterly settlement in Britain, just a few miles from the dramatic cliffs of Cape Wrath. Whether you are an experienced climber or country rambler, Sutherland offers unspoilt trails and walks to suit everyone. Please visit Walk Highlands website for more information.
The Highlands and Islands allow you to experience some of the most remote and scenically beautiful courses to be found anywhere. Here, you can enjoy the pleasures of a secluded round of golf amid a quite breathtaking panorama. Golf in the Highlands of Scotland is an experience to be savored and over 150,000 golfers come north every year with their clubs in tow to do just that. With a warm, welcome that is traditional from the Highland locals, golfers will relish every moment of their stay. Indeed, the locals are more than a little knowledgeable when it comes to golf and visitors can expect pre-round tips from the locals to help them on their way.
The Highlands is blessed with 46 wonderful testing courses. Some of the world’s greatest links courses reside in the north of Scotland. The names of the courses themselves (Royal Dornoch, Brora, Nairn and Tain to name a few) should be enough to make you pack your clubs. Please visit Golf Highland website for course information.
Located at the very top of Scotland, including the scattered islands lay two counties that are rich in natural beauty. Once almost a part of Norway, Caithness still has a heavy Norse influence. Sutherland wasn’t attacked as much and has strong Celtic traditions. Some attractions beside the open land full of trails and breathtaking views would be the ruined castles and monuments that are still standing.
The area is a haven for cyclists. Lovely forest trails and extremely quiet roads ensure your cycling is safe and enjoyable. There is no better way to travel between the villages. You can stop anywhere on the roads for those special holiday snaps. Please visit Cycle Route for maps and detailed information.
As your time in this wonderful wilderness is probably limited we can take care of booking any activities you require giving you the time you have to enjoy your holiday. Just use the enquiry form or give us a call on + 44 (0) 1641 521332