The River Ewe is a fairly short salmon & sea trout river which flows only two miles from Loch Maree to the sea at Poolewe. It is a fine river with two contrasting parts, each of which is about equal in length.
The lower half of the river is a typically boisterous winding river where most of the salmon and sea trout can be found during the season.
The upper half of the river, in contrast, is a leisurely, slow-running stream flowing past secluded wooded banks.
This upper part of the river is know as 'The Narrows' (since it is constricted) and it is here on these lovely riverbanks you will find The Narrows accommodation.
The beautiful village of Poolewe is only one mile away and has a Shop & Post office, Café & Gallery, Hotels and a heated swimming pool.
Inverewe Garden (NTS) is situated just outside the village and has its own Visitor Centre & Restaurant.
This is an extraordinary sub-tropical garden with exotic ferns, bamboo and Himalayan rhododendrons. The land was originally a wild rocky place before it was bought by Osgood Mackenzie in 1862. He spent the rest of his life converting it into the present lush oasis.