​"Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened." – Dr. Seuss

“How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.” – Winnie The Pooh

It's early October 2021 and time to say farewell to my B&B business. But, friends,  do stay in touch! 
Thank you to everyone who came to Heron’s Flight over so many years, and made it a very happy home.
Please see the Visit Plockton site for more information about accommodation in my village.

I  may continue to update my news blog from time to time, but not frequently. I may update this website but not often.

Have you seen the webcam in Plockton, set up by Calum Mackenzie of seal trip fame? Now Farewell, and stay well...Ann

Plockton Bay on a summer afternoon
Heron's Flight is no longer accepting guests

 
Plockton is the most beautiful place.
My house is right on the water of Plockton Bay, with fabulous views of the beautiful and tranquil Loch Carron, Duncraig Castle, and the rest of the village of Plockton.

Plockton is an ideal base for day trips to the Isle of Skye, the NTS gardens at Inverewe, the Pictish Brochs at Glenelg, county town Dingwall, Applecross via Britain’s highest mountain pass – or for a scenic train journey to the Highland Capital, Inverness.
 

If you just want to stay in the village, it's lovely to wander along the shore or the main street, or take one of the short walks further afield, It's also a great place to
simply relax and do as little a possible!

 

 There is often live traditional music in one of the hotels – they and other eateries serve excellent food too. During the summer months, I strongly advise booking in advance for an evening meal as they are all very popular.

Loch Carron at sunrise
View of Heron's Flight from the sea

“So for now I say goodbye to this chapter of my life and I look forward to what comes next.” – Brooke Davis