Lagan Glas is a beautiful self catering cottage in the spectacular North West of Skye.
Red Roof Cafe
The Red Roof Cafe is a charming little cafe situated in the beautiful estate of Glendale. This stunning area which covers Neist Point in the West all the way to Loch Dunvegan in the East.
The Three Chimneys
The Three Chimneys restaurant at Colpost is set in a stunning location with views over the Minch and Loch Dunvegan. The food is of the highest standard and overseen by head chef Scott Davies.
Sunsets make memories wherever you are, but you’ll certainly never forget a sunset at Neist Point. Wrap up warm and get yourself to this westerly point early to catch endless views of the sea and the 1900’s lighthouse, along with possible sightings of whales, dolphins, basking sharks and various impressive seabirds.
Explore the cliffs whilst visibility is great, then find a safe spot to settle down with a blanket and a cuddle or two whilst the light dims and the oranges, pinks and purples of sunset bring you a natural display in the sky like no other.
Dunvegan Castle is the oldest castle in Scotland to remain continuously inhabited. Looking over a glittering Loch, the castle has been the home of the Clan Macleod for over 800 years. At Dunvegan Castle you can enjoy beautiful oil paintings and clan artifact displays, along with tours of the castle, formal gardens, boat trips, a cosy cafe and four fantastic shops.
This beach is not far from Dunvegan Castle so if you are planning a trip to the castle on a nice day why not add on a walk to this lovely beach known locally as ‘wee gem’. Drive 4 miles along the single track road from the castle to a small car park then walk for one mile to reach the beach. It’s beautiful with amazing views over Camas Ban. Make sure you leave yourself time to spend here and maybe bring a picnic. You won’t want to leave.