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Plockton Travel guide
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This charming village, whose main street is lined with palm trees, occupies an ideal site, facing a sheltered bay to its east. Plockton was founded by refugees at the time of the Clearances (eviction of Highlanders from their land from the late 18C to mid-19C) and is now an ideal holiday resort for yachtsmen and windsurfers.
41 Harbour St GB - Plockton IV52 8TN
Formerly two cottages on the lochside, now a family-run pub with small terrace and restaurant. Cooking uses local Highland or Scottish produce, with fresh seafood dishes a speciality. Bedrooms, in the pub and annexe, boast bay views to the front.