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Glamping in the garden of Skye

With rolling lush green landscapes and views over the sound to Morar, Knoydart and Glenelg, the Sleat Peninsula is one of Skye’s hidden gems. Often bypassed by those arriving on the Skye ferry the peninsula is also one of Skye’s quieter corners – which makes it perfect as a base to explore. The best accommodation in the ‘garden of Skye’? A glamping yurt, of course! We checked into the Skye Yurts for two nights of peace and quiet… well, apart from the chickens! Like camping? You will love Skye Yurts. isle of skye accommodation – glamping at Skye Yurts Skye Yurts offer up…

the Elgol Peninsula, Skye

The Isle of Skye’s dramatic Cuillin mountain range dominates the misty isles’ skyline wherever you look – and it can be viewed all its magnificence from a walk to Camasunary Beach on the Elgol Peninsula.

The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

For over 30 years the Three Chimneys has led the way as one of Scotland’s best restaurants. We travelled to Skye to check into The House Over By. Truly a Scotland bucket list destination.

Loch Bay, Isle of Skye

At first the village of Stein on the Isle of Skye seems little more than a street of whitewashed cottages, a traditional pub, an occasional view to the Western Isles, and a few battered palm trees – the village really is at the end of the road. Hidden down on the waterfront is Loch Bay Restaurant, the first solo venture of Chef Michael Bay and wife Laurence. Michael gained his first Michelin star for Skye’s (also rather remote) Three Chimneys in 2014, and, like his previous home, it takes time to get to Stein – it is at least…

A Mini Guide to the Isle of Skye

Billow and breeze, islands and seas, mountains of rain and sun… Take a grand tour – The old man of Storr! Portree! That waterfall that goes over the cliff! Let’s go! Here is my guide to the Isle of Skye.

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