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Covid-19 | Advice

Since the 26th of December 2020 the Isle of Skye is in full lockdown to control the spread of Coronavirus. The Island is closed to visitors and you must not travel to Skye for any non-essential activity.
If you have already booked a visit please contact your accommodation and look to postpone your stay rather than cancel.

Based on the current government guidelines the Isle of Skye is now open to visitors. Other parts of the UK remain in lockdown, you must not travel from or through a restricted location to visit the Isle of Skye.

Strict restrictions remain in place, such as maintaining a 2m physical distance at all times (indoors & outdoors). Some businesses do remain closed, while other businesses have had to modify their procedures to allow for increased cleaning or to allow guests to maintain social distaining.
Face masks must be worn in shops and public transport.

Skye & West Coast Scotland

The Isle of Skye

IsleofSkye.com: the ultimate guide to the Isle of Skye in the Highlands of Scotland. Helping visitors find some where to stay from our large selection of Accommodation, we have listings for Bed and Breakfast, Self-Catering Cottages, Campsites and Hotels.

Our Skye Guide has an expanding collection of Activities and Attractions. If you would like a walking guide, boat trip or an arts or craft gallery you will find it here.

Skye is one of the top locations in Scotland to visit. It is famous for its scenery and landscapes that will take your breath away.

The Island of Skye is 50 miles long and the largest of the Inner Hebrides. The capital is Portree. Villages in the north of the Island include Dunvegan, Edinbane, Uig and Staffin. Notable villages in the south of Skye include Broadford, Armadale, Carbost, Elgol and Kyleakin.

The Island has a rich History covering many topics, such as: Dinosaur Fossils, Clan Warfare, Highland Clearances and the infamous ‘Bonnie Prince Charlie’ and the Jacobite Rebellion.
Both Clan MacDonald and Clan MacLeod have their Clan Castles on the Island and should be on your list of places to visit.

The Isle of Skye is also a great destination for Wildlife watching with the White Tailed Sea Eagle at the top of bird watchers lists. Otters, seals, whales, dolphins and red deer are just some of the other impressive creatures that can be seen on and around the Isle of Skye.

Skye is a world class destination for walkers and climbers. ‘The Cuillin Range’ and ‘The Trotternish Ridge’ offer challenging climbs and interesting scrambles. The Cuillin Range offers 12 Munros - peaks above 3000ft (914m). There are many great walks on Skye to be enjoyed by the less experienced, check both our Top Ten Skye Walks and Island Walks for detailed route guides.

Browse our listings to plan your stay on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

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Skeabost Country House Hotel on the Isle of Skye.

Skeabost Country House Hotel

Stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort and based only five minutes drive away from Portree. The Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Scottish Highlands and visiting the many local attractions.

The Hotel has its own 9-hole, 18-tee golf course which provides a challenge for any level of golfer and fishing enthusiasts will relish the opportunity to cast in the salmon and trout river that flows through our grounds. A Visit Scotland 4 Star Hotel.

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