Inchnadamph is a hamlet in Assynt, , . The name is an anglicisation of the Gaelic name Innis nan Damh meaning 'meadow of the stags'. Assynt is a remote area with a low population density.

Notable Places in the Area

is a ruined castle dating from the 16th century which stands on a rocky promontory jutting out into in , . Photo: StaraBlazkova, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Historic building
Photo: TwoWings, CC BY 3.0.

Much of is mountainous; western areas of the enjoy a wet climate.

Water feature
is situated 2 miles southeast of Inchnadamph. Photo: AlastairG, CC BY-SA 2.0.


58.1507° or 58° 9' 2.6" north
-4.9732° or 4° 58' 23.5" west
Open Location Code
240 feet (73 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 799515330
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Basque: Inchnadamph
  • Dutch: Inchnadamph
  • Gaelic (Scots): Innis nan Damh
  • Irish: Innis nan Damh
  • Italian: Inchnadamph
  • Inch-na-damff

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