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Love is in the Air

Posted by on Aug 19, 2017 in Photos, Skye |

Over recent years, Skye has gained the rightful reputation of being one of the “must see” locations in Scotland. Visitors flock to the island to experience the dramatic scenery and diverse wildlife the island has to offer. There are also a growing number of visitors who come to the island for a different reason. They may also enjoy the unique...

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Larchside in Ink

Posted by on Jul 7, 2017 in News, Skye |

In June, we had the pleasure of hosting the Van Patter family from Pennsylvania for a couple of days. Bruce, the father of the family, is a professional illustrator who decided to depict the sights, experiences and thoughts of their tour of Scotland in a journal. We so enjoyed viewing his work before we started preparing breakfast each morning. Thank you...

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A short trip to Lewis and Harris

Posted by on Jan 16, 2016 in Photos, Places to visit |

Since we started the B&B over three years ago, a number of our guests have either travelled to or travelled from the Outer Herbrides or Western Isles. The northernmost headland of the islands, Lewis and Harris, make up the largest island in Scotland and are renowned for their contrasting landscapes and attractions. Harris is characterised by high...

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Happy Ever After (in Fairy Glen)

Posted by on May 23, 2015 in Events, News, Skye |

In 2013, we had the pleasure of hosting a charming couple from Germany, Karin and Paul, who, it would seem, fell in love with the Isle of Skye. We were delighted when we received a reservation request from them at the beginning of this year detailing their desire to get married on the island. After a few emails planning the event, we were reacquainted with...

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Old Man of Storr

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Places to visit, Skye |

Following the recent bout of stormy weather, we (Kasia, Charlie the dog and myself) took advantage of the first sunny day in a while and decided to climb up to the Old Man of Storr. Located just a five minutes drive from the house, the hike to the Storr Sanctuary is probably the most popular walk on Skye. The climb from the car park is both steep and...

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