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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Travel Blogs from Edinbane

Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 18, 2014

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Woke to glorious sunshine, the muted colours of sunrise washed over the bay as we partook of breakfast, I missed the Dolphins this morning as there has been a large pod to be seen the first two mornings we were at breakfast. Today we headed south to explore another awe inspiring location on this beautiful Isle. Located at the foot of the Black Cuillins near Glenbrittle are the Fairy Pools, beautifully crystal clear blue pools on the River ...

Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by murrayc60 on Nov 17, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... falls. Kilt Rock is about 1 1/2 miles south of Staffin. Kilt Rock is a striking vertical cliff-face of basalt which resembles the folds of a Scottish kilt. Surprisingly after all we had managed to fit into the day, there was still time enough to stop in to Portree for a few supplies, diverse yet another route from Portree across to Dunvegan, enjoying rolling hills, views of dramatic mountain ranges and beautiful coastline ...

North to Skye!

A travel blog entry by eric.suzy on Sep 11, 2014

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... markers which have largely eroded, but those we could make out were from the 1700's. Our next stop was a Glenfinnan, another iconic location thanks to both old and new events! Glenfinnan is the site where the Jacobite Uprising began in 1775 when Bonnie Prince Charlie began his (unsuccessful) campaign to retake the throne. He gathered 6000 Catholic Highlanders who supported him and they made a great attempt, but the campaign ended with the bloody battle of Culloden in April, 1746. ...

Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 64

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... Gneiss, a hard metamorphic rock giving rise to the great extent of exposed bedrock and the ruggedness of the terrain. On the map it wasn't always easy to distinguish the path from the cascade of rock/cliff symbols down towards the sea. This path was one of the highlights of the walk so far. The weather had remained dry and mild and as I returned to the shore at Alligin the sky brightened giving a sunny end to the day as I rejoined the road which led to Torridon village. ...

To the Skye and back

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Oct 25, 2013

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... Eastern tip of the island so we couldn't really get out and explore the Old Man of Stoor and the other famous landmarks. This was a shame but it was just so soggy and ridiculously muddy. The drive was still good, we got out where we could battled against the super strong winds and took in as much of the coast as we could . From there the road winds down to Portree, the main settlement (and I think the capital) on Skye and then onwards to Broadford. We stopped ...

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