Kyle of Lochalsh cottages

As the gateway to the Isle of Skye and the wonderous northwest coast, most visitors pass through this picturesque village. But it is worthwhile stopping and exploring the glorious countryside that surrounds this destination. With the Skye Bridge linking Kyleakin to the mainland, there is plenty to explore in this area for holidaymakers. With a regular train service to and from Inverness, it is easy to reach for a short break or make a longer stay to enjoy the great outdoors. The village of Plockton is nearby nestled on the sheltered bay of Loch Carron, as is Scotland's highest waterfall, the Five Sisters of Kintail. Walkers will love the trails around Glen Shiel which are steeped in Jacobite history. However, you wish to explore this part of Scotland, do it from the comfort of one of our Kyle of Lochalsh cottages.

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This picturesque village in the Scottish Highlands is known for its stunning coastal scenery and proximity to the Isle of Skye. Here are the top 5 things to see and do in Kyle of Lochalsh:

  1. Eilean Donan Castle: Visit the iconic Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland's most photographed castles. Situated on a small island where three lochs meet, the castle offers impressive views and a glimpse into Scottish history.

  2. Isle of Skye: Take a short drive over the Skye Bridge to explore the Isle of Skye. Discover its rugged landscapes, dramatic cliffs, fairy-tale-like waterfalls, and the famous Cuillin mountain range.

  3. Kyle Line Railway: Ride the scenic Kyle Line Railway, which connects Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness. Enjoy breathtaking views of lochs, mountains, and Highland scenery from the comfort of the train.

  4. Kyleakin: Explore the nearby village of Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye. Visit the Skye Bridge Exhibition Centre to learn about the construction of the bridge and its impact on the region.

  5. Local Seafood: Savor fresh seafood at local restaurants in Kyle of Lochalsh. Indulge in dishes like local crab, langoustines, and other delights from the sea.

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