Raasay House

Isle of Raasay, The Hebrides, Scotland, IV408PB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

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

Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 11, 2014

... filmed part of the opening sequence of the movie Prometheus. We would stop for pictures, but most of the sites were in the fog or mist. Our one scheduled stop for today was at the Museum of Island Life. This is a collection of six buildings showing life on Skye - a barn, smithy, home, weaver shop, schoolhouse & gift shop. The last was not common back in the olden days;) Highland heroine Flora MacDonald, who helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape by dressing him in ...

Long travel day

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 10, 2014

Today we will be traveling over 230 miles. Our usual travel day is about 110 miles with stops at sightseeing places. Today there were no sightseeing places other than WC stops and lunch. We left at 8:00 to begin our journey in sunny weather and ended up with the remains of tropical storm Bertha raining on us. We only made pit stops or picture stops. At one pit stop we were over top a huge ...

Do you believe in fairies?

A travel blog entry by sueron on Aug 06, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... all the small hills were "wrinkly" - it was quite unique! Then we climbed WAY UP to the top of a rocky prominence (tricky for this grandma!!) and it was glorious to stand on top of this fairy world.
(See photo).
Ron especially liked the ragged, rugged crags that were prominent on various parts of the island.
We, of course, stopped at a couple of castles (neither overly glorious - both interesting. Then, Ron joined the group on a boat tour ...

Isle of Skye

A travel blog entry by lil.wombat on Jul 30, 2014

4 photos

... to it. It was very steep, muddy, and the track was unstable in places. I made it three quarters of the way to the top, which I feel was a huge achievement for me. Got some great views from where I did make it to. Made my way back down slowly (trying not to slip), grabbed a hot drink and sat in front of the bus to try and shelter from the rain while waiting for the rest of the group to return (there were a few of us sitting ...

Fort William and Skye

A travel blog entry by nairnboy on Jul 28, 2014

4 comments, 32 photos

... s paper toll frames. The Bapistry was like a mini church with an ornately carved high cover over the Font, had stained windows and an alter and the ceiling's stone arches had carved decorations at close intervals - so much to see, the alter was beautiful Caen stone with 3 carved arches resting on miniature pillars, pulpit with tapestry banners, the choir stalls were carved as were the official chairs for the clergy, tiled floor did not know where to look as so much to see ...