Raasay House

Address: Isle of Raasay, The Hebrides, Scotland, IV408PB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Isle of Raasay, is near Quiraing, Tigh Na Coille: The Aros Experience, Trotternish Ridge, and Corie Lagan.
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Travel Blogs from Isle of Raasay

Around Portree

A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 11, 2015

7 photos

... the entire day. What does one do on a rainy day in Portree? Shop a bit, of course. Then we took a two-hour boat tour out of the harbor and into the Sound of Raasay to find sea eagles and seals, and to look in vain for dolphins and whales. The wind was kicking up so the trip, though interesting and fun in a soggy sort of way, was rough in patches, depending on our direction ...

To the Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 10, 2015

4 photos

... I have to admit that if there's anything particularly special about Portree we haven't found it yet. The exception was last evening. We went to a nearby hotel, the Isles Inn for dinner and later were treated to a local band, ALIK, composed of two accordions and a drum set. They were skilled players and their lively playing of traditional Scottish tunes was enjoyed by all. It would be hard to be unhappy listening to these ...

The 39 Steps

A travel blog entry by retrotripper on Jun 11, 2015

31 photos

There was one little harbour that looked like a spy movie should have been filmed there! This days blog cannot do justice to what was a beautiful day. Apologies if this rambles on and all the pics are starting to look the same but..... Everything looks so photogenic! After a lazy start we offloaded the bikes and set off north to the Applecross trust Estate. We found the potting Shed Restaurant and cafe and walled garden. Judy was happy. Coffee to ...

Day 24

A travel blog entry by imjustmaddie_ on Apr 16, 2015

4 comments, 17 photos

... the other side of the Isle of Skye and then hopped out for a very steep walk. From the road it looked very far away and it sure felt like it going up there. It was a very steep rocky path up that I kept slipping on and then we had to climb up the rock paths through the mud. We stopped so many times just to make it up there, it was exhausting. It took us about 1.5 hours to get up but if we hadn't stopped it would have taken about 1. We ...

Fort William and Skye

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jul 28, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... after Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated. Private armies were banned, so clansmen could no longer be soldiers and uneconomical as tenants so families were evicted from their homes and farms by the highland chieftains to make way for flocks of sheep. A few stayed but misted shifted into town, became fishermen, many thousand emigrated It is interesting that there are now issues being raised about the clearances and compensation in some way similar to NZ. The train trip ...