Cuillin Hills Hotel
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... 225;des, their gear and tackle and trim. All things counter, original, spare, strange; Whatever is fickle, freckled (who knows how?) With swift, slow; sweet, sour; adazzle, dim; He fathers-forth whose beauty is past change: Praise him. Gerard Manley Hopkins ...
... and dates back to the early nineteen hundreds. The skins come from the abattoir at Inverness. The showroom above the tannery is most elegant and filled with exquisite products in wool and leather. We find it so interesting we visit with both Clayton and ...
... inside which was a shame as it was full of historical artefacts, definitely worth another Google search. The bay was still and mystical, we saw seals and heron playing in the bay. I could've sat there for hours just looking at the scenery. We return to the hotel for lunch and a brief rest before heading up the Trotternish part of the island. Here we saw evidence of crofter ruins and some crofter homes call black ...
... they were fully booked.
Instead we got given two tasters from one of the lovely staff (they don't usually do that) and then got out of the cold and went to a café and had tea.
Although it wasn't quite what we planned it was good because we got around to organising a few things we may do over the next few days.
... get it all in one frame. Lots of cars were stopped on the road to take pictures. It was sunny but raining . The pictures just don't do the rainbow justice , but believe me, it was a sight to see. The isle was bidding us goodbye in the best way possible! We pass the Eileen Doreen castle and decide we have to take a few more pictures. We continued on our journey, did I mention we are going to Edinburgh ? Oh yes I am driving. I hit ...