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Castles Bella Jane Boat Trips
Award winning boat trip taking you to Loch Coruisk and the seals in the heart of the Skye's Cuillin mountains. Also excursions to the Isles of Rum & Canna. Refreshments served onboard.
Calum's Seal Trips
Sail from Plockton on board the 41ft 'Argus'. Up to 50 passengers, fully sheltered, refreshments on board, four one hour trips to see seals and the scenery of the Isle of Skye
ClimbingCyclingDirectoryfishinggardens Dunvegan Castle
Isle of skye castle. head of Clan macleod,castle/gift shop and boat trips
Eilean Donan Castle
The most scenic of Scotland's castles, the original Eilean Donan was built around 1230. Once with Spanish troops and destroyed by British frigates, it was rebuilt in the early 20th Century.
Guided walks Attadale Gardens
Lovely gardens close by,lovingly replanted after the storms of 1989. Year round colour. Sculptures,garden cafe,a great day out.
isle of skye accomodation and restaurantslocal clan society Kintail Trail
Follow our route notes and walk through remote Highland scenery from Fort William to Kintail on our unique self-guided, long-distance trail.
Restaurants Kyle of Lochalsh Clan Macrae
Good site for all clan macrae's travelling to visit Eilean Donan.
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nearby hotel offering good food, nice accommodation and above all friendly
excellent bar meals, local shellfish,and a great 40 minute scenic drive over the pass of the cattle
excellent local restaurant serving locally sourced food, and all at reasonable prices, must be reserved ahead as very popular
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Eilean donan castle web pages for the clan members
Kintail Outdoor Centre
Kintail Outdoor Centre is situated on the banks of the River Croe between the Fives Sisters Ridge and Ben Attow. These spectacular mountain ranges rise steeply from the shores of Loch Duich, offering some of the best hill walking in Britain.
The Kintail Outdoor Centre provides a unique setting as an adventure centre, offering unparalleled scope for outdoor pursuits and field studies, making it an ideal base for hill walking, climbing, diving clubs, and educational groups. The centre is run by the National Trust for Scotland, Ranger Service. The rangers are on hand to offer advice, introductory talks, guided walks and environment activities to visiting educational groups