Cuillin Hills Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... follow the river up towards the Black Cuillins crossing a number of small streams on your way. The path leads you for ever onwards and with each new crossing the pools become more enchanting, the stream rushing over small rock faces creating lovely waterfalls and the clearest pools I have ever seen. Each new pool took us ever closer to the base of the Black Cuillins mountains, these were majestic. The Cuillin Hills are counted among the ...
Today was fine and windy at times, needed gloves and beanies to really enjoy our walks. We decided to explore the Trotternish Peninsula on Skye today. Leaving Colbost around 9:00am, we made our way through the single pass road to Dunvegan where we turned off towards Portree, at the junction of A87, we turned left towards Uig, a small hamlet on the shores of Uig bay. Here the ferries arrive, connecting you to other islands. ...
... disaster and she was thinking of putting her house on the market if it passed. It is very evident that it is an emotional day for everyone here. We heard several people comment today that they are having trouble concentrating because all they can think about is the election. We will know the result about 7am tomorrow!!
... of your car! As the rain continued we found the Glen where the earth had eroded the hillside into spiraling peaks. Interesting, but we still preferred the pools. We turned in for the night and planned for an early start the next day. The next morning we packed up our tent once again. Our insulated tent easily kept us dry through the night and we set out early to make sure we could see everything before departing the island. ...
... choose from - it is no exaggeration to say that every other property on this Island is a B and B! We drove into Portree (about 7 minutes) and waited for the restaurant Don suggested, The Granary, to open at 6 pm. We were fortunate to get a table and during the course of our dinner many people were turned away. Our dinner was wonderful. I started with mushroom soup which was very delicious (it was rather a large serve though, ...