“FABULOUS VIEW. COSY IN COTTAGE WHEN WEATHER TURNED AGAINST US.
LOVED LOCH CORIUSK, ORD AND POINT OF SLEAT. BLUE SHED CAFE AT TORRIN CUTE. TRY TO GO TO THE EILEAN IARAMIN WHEN MUSIC IS ON. SKYE WILL CALL US BACK”
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.
Our first guests ever left the following lovely comment in our guest book on their return to the Skye White House.
Sarah and Chris Gates | December 2013
The weather on Skye has been pretty good with plenty of sunshine this year – thankfully this appears to be continuing as we approach Autumn. One of the best time to visit Skye is indeed the Autumn when the rich texture of landscape dramatically changes. The views are framed by a sprinkling of snow atop the mountains of the highlands – panorama available at the Skye White House while in front of one of the wood burning stoves.
If you are still looking for accommodation in Skye in November please do get in touch at email@example.com