Sheildaig is a beautiful village only 1½ hours drive from Inverness. A hidden gem in the Highlands of Scotland nestled amongst the Torridon mountains on the edge of a loch. Shieldaig is a perfect base for walking, cycling, climbing and exploring the Applecross peninsular, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Eilean Donan Castle, Plockton, Inverewe Gardens, Glen Elg , Isle of Skye and the NC 500 route. The village has a convenience store; ethical coffee shop serving breakfast, lunches, soup and fabulous home baked cakes; a local bar (with regular live music sets) and a restaurant which serves locally sourced produce for fresh home cooked meals.
The History of Campbell House
The house was originally purchased by the Campbell family over 100 years ago, and the property has remained in the family ever since. The late Annie Campbell lived there with her husband John and their two sons; then later ran it as a Bed and Breakfast until 1986. The house has passed through Annie’s late sons, and is now lovingly owned by her grandchildren – Eilidh (Ailee) and Alison, who let the house out with all proceeds invested back into the maintenance of their family home.
The Campbell House gallery displays some photographs of the house. To find directions to Campbell House, or actually view Campbell House using Google Street View, just click on the map below. Postcode for SATNAV is IV54 8XN.