Oldshoremore (Gaelic: Àisir Mòr, 'large pasage') is a scattered crofting hamlet in the Eddrachillis parish of Sutherland, Scotland. It incorporates around twenty houses, though several of these are holiday homes.
Once owned by the Duke of Sutherland, Oldshoremore and the surrounding area are now part of the Sandwood Estate, a nature reserve owned by the John Muir Trust. Directly west lies Oldshoremore Bay, a sandy beach with a large headland at its northern end known as Eilean na h-Aiteig (meaning either 'isle of the shy girl', 'juniper isle', or 'haddock isle'). The hamlet also contains a car park, toilet facilities, a post box, and a cemetery. A small loch known as Loch Àisir lies to the east.
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