About the Isle of Skye
Skye has a magic and romance that attracts visitors time after time with its stunning landscapes, combined with its history, legends, music and prose.
The Isle of Skye in images
Skye is an obvious destination for landscape photographers who come for the special light conditions found particularly in late autumn, winter and early spring. This is also a good time to witness the Aurora Borealis; during the summer months’ it is impossible to see the Aurora because it never really gets dark enough!
Eating on the Island
In recent years Skye has developed a reputation for being a culinary destination initially sparked off by the Kinloch Lodge Restaurant being awarded a Michelin Star Award in 2010 (this it continued to hold until 2017, but it still remains a highly recommended restaurant and holds other awards). Since then many great restaurants have popped up including Michael Smith’s Lochbay Restaurant which is very popular and they have been awarded a Michelin Star every year since 2017, so far! Another superb start up is Edinbane Lodge with Head Chef and owner Calum Montgomery who is both very creative and pays great attention to detail; a meal here is a truly amazing experience with a great welcome and service. These three restaurants are being followed by others dotted around Skye that are developing their own unique signatures and
Unwind within easy reach of what Skye has on offer
Cuan Beag is a brand new luxury Eco Holiday home that sits very peacefully on the seashore just 10 minutes drive from Portree, the island’s capital. The cottage fits 6 people, but it is equally suited as a romantic retreat.
Relax in peace within walking distance of facilities
Moeraki is a well equipped, bright and spacious holiday home in an idyllic peaceful setting by the sea and yet, within walking distance of many of the local facilities in Broadford including restaurants, shops and the local pub.