Wild Skye

MARCH 9TH 2015.  Due to recent extensive storm damage  - we cannot accept any bookings this season.  All deposits paid will be refunded in full.



Self Catering Cottage and Caravan

Glendale, Isle of Skye

Ideal for a stress free, 'get away from it all' holiday, our self catering cottage and caravan are situated on adjacent crofts, near Loch Pooltiel in the north west of the Isle of Skye.

Enjoy walking, climbing, fishing, watching birds or wildlife or simply relax and let your worries drift away.  For nature lovers, late May to early July is the time to come when the crofts and hills are covered with a huge variety of wild flowers, including stunning orchids.

Minke whales, basking sharks and seals are regularly seen from Neist Point.

Sea eagles and golden eagles can also be seen. There are deer and otters too but will you be able to spot them?

For serious walkers and climbers the Cuillin are within easy reach and the cliffs at Neist Point offer challenging climbs. 

There are lots of easier walks nearby to suit all levels of fitness and ability.

Glendale is a great place for fishing - in the river or loch. Mackerel and pollock are plentiful in the summer.  Lobster,crab and langoustine are regularly caught in the loch but you won't find these delicacies in the local shops.  Most are destined for hotels, restaurants or the overseas market.

Events and activities around Glendale organised by The Glendale Trust

You shouldn't leave Skye without a visit to Dunvegan Castle.
How many families can say their home has been in the family for 800 years?

No-one wants to spend too much time in the kitchen while on holiday so try our recommended links for places to eat out.

  • Red Roof Café and Gallery situated in Holmisdale,(Glendale) the award winning cafe and art gallery serves excellent coffee, all sorts of teas, light lunches and delicious cakes - worth a detour off the 'main' road.

  • Right in the centre of Glendale, Ceiteag's licensed restaurant offers meals all day - you could walk from the cottage or caravan.

    The Old School Restaurant in Dunvegan is an excellent choice for an evening meal. Deservedly very popular so you may need to book.

  • We may live in a remote part of the UK but just down the road you'll find a restaurant listed among the best in the world.With its repuation, you can't expect the Three Chimneys to be cheap but it the place to go if you have something special to celebrate during your holiday,

The Internet Guide to Scotland gives details of sightseeing, transport, outdoor activities and accommodation throughout Scotland including the islands.