If people take dozens of miles to visit the remote land of Knoydart, a peninsula on the west coast of Scotland, why wouldn’t you do it? This small place, with a unique village called Inverie, is one of the most isolated places on Earth, but manages to have one of the best pubs in the country, considered by the Guinness book of Records as the remotest pub in mainland Britain. There are no roads in or out of the village: you either hike 18 miles or cross seven miles of sea. That is the true meaning of remote.
The resident population of Inverie, roughly composed of 100 people, is pretty lucky for having such a great pub to cheer their days. Besides, there village also has a post office, a primary school and a nice variety of accommodation for visitors such as B&Bs, bunkhouses and self catering accommodation. Already looking like an awesome place to spend your vacations, right? But it gets better! Knoydart was designated as a National Scenic Area for its breathtaking landscapes.
The peninsula is extremely popular amongst hill walkers, mountaineers, sailors and wildlife enthusiasts. However, the remote destination might not be the most famous destinations for technology geeks and social media lovers, since the reception and Wi-Fi coverage must be far from ideal. That is why this looks the perfect place for you! Yes, you, the one with the pale skin and quick fingers who never leaves the computer. We are about to show you some amazing options for your vacations. Enjoy!