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

What a place!

A travel blog entry by grbecker on Sep 11, 2015

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Did some driving around Isle of Skye today. Velvety green mountains, beautiful waterfalls, a castle, and castle gardens. Our lunch was peanut butter on bread with an apple while enjoying scenery that no artist could ever capture the beauty of. What I am wondering is....if Scotland is "this" green, what's Ireland going to be like??? The adventure ...

End to end of Skye - NE to SW

A travel blog entry by david_oz on Sep 02, 2015

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... d have spent more time here. Another highly recommended spot!

From north east, we're heading to the south west. For Catherine's massage to start with, then depending on weather & time either to Dunvegan Castle, or for a walk out to Neist Point - the western most point in Skye.

While C had her massage, I went to a cafe the masseuse recommended - off the 'main' road, I was on the verge of turning back when I finally saw it. But walk inside & it was ...

Skye Adventure Day - It's a rental don't be gentle

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work on Aug 13, 2015

2 comments, 18 photos

... found sheep that made me have to stop which we all got incredible pleasure out of (cue car full of girls cooing over the cute fuzzy animals). The backroads were a fun addition to the day (called friendly roads because they are only one lane with frequent passing lanes so you get a wave from an oncoming driver or vice versus when one of you has to swerve around the other, stop for one another or backup for one another). The roads were rough ...

Scotland Part II

A travel blog entry by sarah.birnbaum on Jun 19, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... near the university. Every Saturday night, the bar throws together a group of 5 musicians who don't know each other and have never practiced before and sees what happens. And it was actually pretty good. We wandered home around 1am and I flew back the next morning. I'm tempted to go back to Edinburgh for the Fringe Festival and to visit the National Gallery. If the haggis and the heavy metal don't kill me first.


Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 74

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Sep 22, 2014

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... the most westerly point on Great Britain. Then Susan very kindly offered to accompany me and act as a driver for the week. I was very grateful because public transport in the area is far from flexible where it exists at all. We agreed that the week following Scotland's Independence Referendum was the most convenient for both of us.
The north-west of Scotland had enjoyed a relatively dry and sunny first three weeks of September ...