Places to eat
In Inverie, The Knoydart Pottery and Tea rooms offer a great selection of freshly brewed teas and coffees. They have freshly cooked food at lunchtime and in the season they open 6 days a week. They usually have a vegan option too. They don't have a license, but you can take your own booze. The Old Forge pub also has a restaurant.
There is also a snack shack with a variety of meals which have been freshly prepared and frozen. It's located near the bunkhouse in Inverie. It's open 24 hours a day and theres an honesty box.
On the road to Kilchoan is Knoydart River Cottage, a beautiful bed and breakfast that offer meals to non residents on a couple of evenings a week. Booking essential.
At Doune, located between Inverie and Airor, there is an excellent restaurant, but you have to walk to get to it, or go in by boat. However it's worth it and the return journey, up the hill, settles the stomach.
In Inverie, The Knoydart Foundation Shop sells a wide range of locally made products, souvenirs, and maps. It also sells snacks and is a fully licenced off licence selling a selection of alcohol including Beer from the newly opened Knoydart Brewery.
There is also a farm shop on the Kilchoan estate. They sell a few craft items along with a range of essential supplies for your holiday. They also sell specialist items such as artisan cheeses and through the summer months have weekly deliveries of fresh fruit and veg.
The old Post Office shop (01687 462146) stocks a limited amount including confectionary, tinned and dried goods, frozen food and household goods.
You can stock up on essentials from Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi or Marks and Spencers in Fort William, or the Co-op or Spar in Mallaig on your way to Knoydart and bring it over on the boat with you. Anything you forget you can order it online or by phone from the
Co-op in Mallaig and it will be sent over to Inverie on the boat for you to collect.