Ashaig Bed and Breakfast

Address: 3 Kildonan, Edinbane, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, Scotland, IV51 9PU, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3 Kildonan, Edinbane, is near Skye Riding Centre.
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    WALKING ON SKYE

    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 07, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... says that when lost, always turn left. He's still here so we turned left and were soon amongst tall whispering pines. Whispering- all right. Pic 11. I was suddenly and chillingly reminded of that NZ Documentary about the Kiwi guy with the ring and the Ents he encountered. We hurried on sometimes unable to distinguish rocks from stumps. Pic 12. There was a rock formation that looked more like wood stacked for winter. Pic 13. Suddenly the Two Churches ...

    Skye

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 05, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of pinnacles, conical rocks and tree groves. Would be great fun for kids. Tried to see Dunvegan Castle, seat of the MacLeods, but it was shut for winter! Stopped for a conducted tour of the Talisker Distillery at Carbost, on the west coast, and learnt a lot. Met a guy who said he had seen a similar truck to ours there in June. Who was there, we wonder, before us? Left Skye via the Bridge of Skye and camped on a farm at Glenmoriston. Forecast to be below freezing but only down to ...

    West coast and then Skye.

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 04, 2014

    8 photos

    ... na Ba (Pass of Fools or Pass of the Cattle, as you choose). This spectacular windy road rises to 640 metres, one of Britain's highest road passes. Beautiful in the sun, and a full rainbow over the mountains as we drove uphill. We are finding more and more things are closed for the winter - souvenir shops, coffee shops and camp sites for a start. Down to the coast again, and via Kyle of Lochalsh (Strait of ...

    And I thought 1944 was the Year of the Monkey!

    A travel blog entry by rnjemk on May 16, 2014

    2 comments

    ... reminisces on an aspect of Scotland that plucks their heartstrings. Perhaps this quote will give you a feel for the sentiments expressed:

    Best of all I love knowing this place so well that I can slip into its moods and seasons like a slipper. I know where the ice will trip me in winter and where the wild garlic will send out its pungent whiff of early summer. I know where the primroses hide and where tiny raspberries will flaunt their sweetness behind ...

    Let's get the hell outta Dodge

    A travel blog entry by joycastillo3 on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... The Granary" last night...since all the restaurants fill up quickly. So we headed there in hopes of finding something green to eat. I regret to report that we ordered soup as a starter. It was parsnip soup, so we were feeling quite smug and healthy (first healthy soup, then leafy greens-HURRAY!). The soup bowls could have fit two lobsters in them-they were gigantic. We should have canceled the salads...but no. ...