Category: Walking on Skye
“We really enjoyed staying in your little cottage! Fabulous views, peaceful surroundings, great drives and walks nearby.
We can heartily recommend passing the evenings in the living room watching a box-set, beer in hand, as the wood fire roars.
Skye in the Autumn was magical as ever, great colours and wild weather. M&K’s top tip for Skye
– ring ahead to check that tea room 40 miles away is open!
Hope to be back in 2015!”
Mark and Kate | Dublin | October 2014
“We have had a great time on Skye. The weather has been wonderful
We have enjoyed our stay in the White House and will look forward to returning to Skye in the near future
We enjoyed the beaches at Point of Sleat and Claigan Coral beach and had two good boat trips to Loch Coruisk (which we walked around) and a trip to Canna where en route we spotted dolphins, minke whales and lots of porpoises. The Old Man of Storr is a lovely walk with lovely views but is a very popular walk!
Bob, Joyce and Callum (aged 8 weeks) | Linlithgow | September 2014
“A wonderful week in Skye White House!
We have had amazing weather and enjoyed walking, and seeing the wonderful scenery on this island
The White House has been an amazing retreat for us at the end of each day – so peaceful, a haven for rest!
We have loved the wood burning stoves and candles too. Thank you!”
Wendy and Greg | Highworth | September 2014
After a long (and very wet) winter summer beckons on the fair Isle. Spring weather has been intermittently very good with some beautiful sunshine allowing the ‘garden of Skye’ (as this area is known) to flourish.
Favourite walks on the Island include the sense of history and drama imbued by the ruins of the old castles and fortresses scattered throughout Skye. Pictured here, and situated in the bay beneath the Skye White House is what is left of Knock Castle – Caisteal Chamuis – but please do take care as the castle is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs.