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The Crask Inn stands in wild, expansive country, brooded over by 3156-ft Ben Klibreck, the highest mountain in the district.  Built around 1815 by the Sutherland Estate, this most remote of havens has provided welcome refuge for generations of weary travellers in the far north.  Thomas Telford upgraded the road in 1819, but it is still single-track even today, and the only electricity comes from the inn’s own small generator.  There are no street lights to pollute the clear night skies or disturb the sheep, which are cared for by former owners, Mike and Kai Geldard, who now live in the converted Bunkhouse nearby. Mike and Kai gifted the Inn recently to Bishop Mark of the Scottish Episcopal Church, and guests are looked after by Dr Denise and Douglas Campbell.  This is rugged country,  but the welcome inside is still as warm as the peat stove in the tiny bar.  An informal church service is held on the 3rd Thursday of the month, and evening prayer is offered daily in the lounge to which all are welcome. To contact the Crask, call 01549-411241.

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- Panorama of Ben Klibreck and the Crask Inn -

Painting No. 52A