Mellon Udrigle

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Mellon Udrigle
Mellon Udrigle is located in Highland
Mellon Udrigle
Mellon Udrigle
Mellon Udrigle shown within the Highland council area
Population 45 
OS grid reference NG883956
Council area
Country Scotland
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Achnasheen
Postcode district IV22 2
Police Scottish
Fire Scottish
Ambulance Scottish
EU Parliament Scotland
List of places
UK
Scotland
57°54′07″N 5°33′48″W / 57.902041°N 5.563252°W / 57.902041; -5.563252Coordinates: 57°54′07″N 5°33′48″W / 57.902041°N 5.563252°W / 57.902041; -5.563252

Mellon Udrigle (Scottish Gaelic: Meallan Ùdraigil or Na Meall. Possibly the correct Gaelic is Mealbhan Ùdraigil, meaning the sand dunes of Udrigle[1]) is a small remote coastal tourist, fishing and crofting hamlet on the north west coast of Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands and is in the Scottish council area of Highland.

The village of Opinan is directly to the north and the village of Achgarve is directly to the south, and Laide slightly further south.

Mellon Udrigle is home to the site of an ancient Pictish hut circle[2][3]

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