Situated in the northwest on the Isle of Skye. 4 miles from Dunvegan Castle and a 20 minute walk to the beautiful Coral Beach with exceptional views of Loch Dunvegan, MacLeod’s Tables and the Outer Hebridies this is one of the great places to be whilst on your visit to Skye! With great hosts in John & Karen you’ll find everything you need there for a relaxed local stay.
This year we’re also offering an exclusive offer from our friends at https://lampaychalets.com/
Email Karen at LampayChalets@gmail.com
The Old Inn Carbost
The Old Inn is a free house pub set on the shores of Loch Harport. Popular with locals as well as tourists and hill walkers, The Old Inn offers a warm highland welcome to all including dogs. CAMRA recommended, the real ales flow and award winning food is freshly prepared and served.Visit the website to find out more.
Go to St Kilda
St Kilda – The UK’s only UNESCO Dual World Heritage Site and National Nature Reserve is a trip not to be missed. Home to north west Europe’s largest seabird colony including the UK’s largest colony of Atlantic puffin, northern Fulmar and one of the World’s largest Gannetaries. Go to St Kilda runs April through October offering day trips and camping adventures.
SeaSkye are delighted to partner up with local adventure company Skye Adventure to offer coasteering trips. Opening up a whole new world of adventure locations, we cannot wait to be a part of these fantastic trips! Skye Adventure also regularly run guided mountaineering trips, guide walks & introduction to climbing courses. Their skilled local team can cater to any shore based adventures you can think up, please visit the website to find out more .
The Sligachan Hotel
The dramatic and inspiring setting enjoyed by The Sligachan Hotel has been admired by many for generations. Nestled amongst the Red and Black Cuillins, with the sparkling waters of Loch Sligachan to it’s front, the hotel has served mountaineers, walkers and lovers of the wild Highland scenery since 1830. Not only a great spot for climbers, the Hotel is located at an important crossroads in the centre of the Island, offering a great opportunity to maximise sightseeing on Skye.