Where to stop for lunch: The Old Inn
The Old Inn is a cosy pub set on the shores of Loch Harport. Popular with locals as well as tourists and hill walkers, The Old Inn offers a warm highland welcome as well as local dishes such as haggis, neeps and tatties pastry. If you've got time to spare after lunch, visit the Talisker distillery which is just next door, just don't get too stuck in if you are planning on riding again in the afternoon.
Where to stay the night: Nunton House Hostel
Catch a ferry to the Outer Hebrides, crash at Nunton House Hostel, then take on some or all of the 185-mile Hebridean Way cycling route, which crosses ten islands in the archipelago.
Don't leave without:
Swimming in the Fairy Pools. Glen Brittle is home to deep blue river pools filled with crystal-clear mountain water from the Cuillin. They’ve become popular for wild swimming, if you’re brave enough to face the year-round chill.