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Kyleakin on SkyeWelcome to our page of hotel accommodation, information, attractions and places of interest on the Isle of Skye. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels on the Isle of Skye.

The Isle of Skye is the largest and best known of the Inner Hebrides. The majestic Cuillin mountains dominate the southern half of Skye and offer some of the most challenging climbing in Scotland. Portree is a busy tourist resort and the main town on Skye, 6 miles north of it is a distinctive column of rock named The Old Man of Storr. The Isle of Skye's only Distillery, Talisker, is located in Carbost on the north west of the island. Also see Skye.


Highlands Attractions

Cuillin Hills Hotel, Isle of Skye, Portree, IV51 9QU
Book Online Set in 15 acres of mature private grounds, overlooking Portree Bay with views to the Cuillin Mountain range, enjoy some of the most spectacular views from any hotel in Scotland.more details Cuillin Hills Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Skeabost Country House Hotel, Skeabost Bridge, Isle Of Skye, Skeabost Bridge, Portree, IV51 9NP
Book Online Skeabost Country House Hotel stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort. The hotel is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Scottish highlands and visiting the many local attractions.more details Skeabost Country House Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Quayside Apartment, Quay Street, Portree, IV51 9DE
Book Online This 3-bedroom apartment in Portree has spectacular views and a romantic quayside setting. It blends Victorian style with modern, up-to-date features.more details Quayside Apartment Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Coolin View Guest House, 2 Bosville Terrace, Portree, IV51 9DG
Book Online With spectacular views across Portree Harbour, Coolin View Guest House is situated in Portree centre. There is free parking, free Wi-Fi and generous breakfasts.more details Coolin View Guest House Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information - Isle of Skye
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Attractions The Skye Bridge, Kyle of Lochalsh. Since October 1995, Skye has been linked to mainland Scotland by a bridge. Kyle of Lochalsh had been the location of a ferry link to Skye since 1600 or earlier, though cattle on their way to lowland markets still had to swim across the half kilometer of water as late as 1800. Better road links to Kyle came in 1819, and the Highland Line rail link to Inverness in 1897. On the east coast of the Isle of Skye.

The Skye Bridge

visitor attractions

Attractions Skye Serpentarium, The Old Mill, Harrapool, Broadford, Isle Of Skye IV49 9AQ. Tel: 01471 822209. The Skye Serpentarium was opened in 1991 by Catherine and Alex Shearer as an exhibition and educational centre. Catherine is an experienced herpetologist and has helped rescue over 500 abandoned or rescued reptiles and amphibians. There are over 50 animals on display from White's Tree Frogs to Large Green Iguanas. On the east coast of the Isle of Skye.

Skye Serpentarium

Attractions Talisker Distillery, Carbost, Isle of Skye Tel: 01478 614308. The only distillery on the Isle of Skye, set on the shores of Loch Harport with dramatic views of the Cuillins. Talisker is a highly distinctive whisky with a strong, smoky, peaty flavour because both the malt and the water used to make it are heavily peated. It has had a distinguished reputation for most of its existence and Robert Louis Stevenson described it as ‘king o’ drinks’ in an 1880 poem. On the west coast of the Isle of Skye.

Talisker Distillery

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