Inverie is a tiny village on the west coast of Scotland. It's as remote as you can get on the British mainland. It's a two day walk from the nearest road across the Knoydart peninsula to Inverie. Those who don't do the trek over land come from the west come by boat from Mallaig.
Once in Inverie you'll find The Old Forge, the remotest pub in Britain.
There is one shop in the village. It's a Post Office and general store. Want to see the view from the Inverie shop window? Click here to see the latest webcam image.
Despite being the only retail outlet for many many miles around, it only opens four hours a day, three days a week. There isn't the demand for more (though if you knock at other times they'll usually let you in).
As is to be expected for a shop serving a very small and very remote community, it only sells the bare essentials, as the sign outside shows.