Clachan Geal

Address: Coishletter, Edinbane, Isle of Skye, The Hebrides, Scotland, IV51 9PW, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Coishletter, Edinbane, is near Skye Riding Centre.
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A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 07, 2014

1 comment, 27 photos

... and church 2 loomed out of the undergrowth. Pic 14. By this time we were ready for the easy option and took the road back to the car. Readers will have to be satisfied with this long range view of the standing rock which I thought was our goal about an hour and a half ago. Pic 15. Then we drove over to Neist point to see the lighthouse and great views of the rugged coastline. Look closely to see waterfalls dropping straight into the see. Pics 16-18. The wind was ...


A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 05, 2014

9 photos

Left our camp and drove north, along the shores of Loch Alsh. Stopped to look at Kilt Rock, a volcanic formation of cliffs where dinosaur footprints have been found in the rock below the cliffs. Then inland to look at the magnificent Quiraing rocks, a jagged ridge in Skye's Trotternish peninsula. Jagged pinnacles of rocks with chasms in between. Watched a guy set off on his mountain bike across country!! Then the harbour village of Uig, and on to the Fairy Glen. A scaled ...

West coast and then Skye.

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 04, 2014

8 photos

... and the Skye Bridge to the island of Skye, in the Inner Hebrides. Drove north, looking at coastal (Loch Alsch) and inland scenery, to Portree, the principal town. After a beautiful sunny day, the sky turned dark and rain set in, on and off, as we drove. Skye not as dramatic as I had imagined; more rolling rounded mountains and cliffs falling to the sea. Found a camp overlooking the sea, 150 metres above the ...

Fort William and Skye

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jul 28, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... a moderate to steep climb, I'm guessing about 7 or 8 Maffey's road end to end. It was 13 c but occasional rain and a biting wind, it was bugger cold. Angela stopped half way and went back to the car (wise). I went up most of the way. The earth and stone path gave way to boulders and rocks. With all the rain the paths were slippery particularly coming down. The Old Man of Storr are large stones with unusual shapes. With the height and rain the stones were shrouded in cloud but ...

And I thought 1944 was the Year of the Monkey!

A travel blog entry by rnjemk on May 16, 2014


... of nettles. I know the smell, the lovely smell, of the rain-sodden earth.

Certainly, I sense how easily this place could evoke such thought. Jen and I have had similar responses as we've watched a sea eagle or golden eagle soar, or a lamb wagging its tail like mad when it secures a flow of milk from its mother's teat, or a couple of rabbits have chased each other across a meadow, or a flock of crows have lifted in unison from a rookery cawing loudly, ...

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