Prints are mounted using Daler Mountboard with a protective backing of 1mm greyboard. The 3 colours shown above are fairly neutral to match most decors, but I do have other colours available. Please contact me to discuss your requirements.
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. There is a working croft alongside, reclaimed from the heather and bog-moss, where Mike and Kai Geldard raise Highland cattle, sheep, and vegetables, inbetween looking after various intrepid guests. This is rugged country, and there are no airs and graces about the Crask, but the welcome inside is as warm as the peat stove in the tiny bar. To contact the Crask, call 01549-411241.