A Quick Tour
Start by taking a guided tour of the village, down by the lochside and up along the back brae. It will take a couple of minutes now, and about forty minutes when you get here.
We tell you about the local and nearby shops.
Find out about Plockton's past in our history pages . . .
. . . and about the imposing castle on the other side of the bay, Duncraig Castle. This extraordinary Scottish castle, once a Naval hospital during the Second World War, home to a rock star, numerous film crew is now a private home open for bed & breakfast guests.
This private estate of approximately 40 acres, with scenic and panoramic views of the village, is extensively planted with many species, in addition to being mature native woodland, and is surrounded by paths which are open to the public to walk around. More details here.
Welcome, Hamish Macbeth fans. Read our take on the popular TV series, filmed in Plockton.
Geoff Salt has been sailing out of Plockton for many years. 'A Twentieth-Century Life' tells the story of an engineer, craft enameller, amateur historian and sailor.
Patrick Dalzel-Job ('le vrai James Bond'), a long time Plockton resident, was no fictional hero, but the real thing. Read more about his war-time exploits in Norway and Normandy.