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Kyle of Lochalsh

Kyle of Lochalsh

This small, scenic village is perfectly located on the banks of Loch Alsh, featuring easy access for visitors to explore the beauty of the Isle of Skye and the rugged west coast of Scotland, including a variety of popular local destinations and nearby villages. Visitors will also have the chance to take part in many water sports, while the craggy mountain terrain also makes it a popular spot for keen walkers and hikers. Visitors to the area usually enjoy taking long, leisurely strolls along the coastline, admiring the stunning seascapes and doing some bird watching, we recommend bringing a picnic along if it’s a nice day.

We love Kyle of Lochalsh because...

  • Overlooks Loch Alsh
  • Rugged and scenic landscapes
  • Picture-perfect castle
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Hotels in Kyle of Lochalsh
Kyle Hotel
Main Street, Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8AB

Looking for a Highland getaway with excellent access to lush countryside, waterside views and comfortable accommodation? The Kyle Hotel could be your perfect match.

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Kyle Hotel
Main Street, Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8AB

Looking for a Highland getaway with excellent access to lush countryside, waterside views and comfortable accommodation? The Kyle Hotel could be your perfect match.

In and around Kyle of Lochalsh

Eilean Donan Castle

One of the most iconic castles in Scotland, this picture-perfect castle is located on a very small island between the lochs, with the woodlands and mountains of Skye framing the surrounding landscape. The castle was erected in the 13th century to protect the area from the frequent Vikings raids. The castle was besieged and destroyed in the 18th century by the English after learning of Jacobite soldiers garrisoned inside. The castle was then restored in the early 20th century, adding many of the beautiful features that can be seen today.

Falls of Glomach

This spectacular geological attraction is one of the highest waterfalls on the British Isles, with an awe-inspiring 370 foot drop, cascading water into the basin from the beautiful Highland valley. The breath-taking scenery and landscape make for a wonderful photography opportunity.

Seaprobe Atlantis Glass Bottom Boat Trips

A truly unique semi-submersible glass bottomed boat, taking visitors out on the Kyle of Lochalsh. Choose the right cruise for your needs depending on which animals you would like to search for and set off. With large observation windows you can comfortably view crabs, sea urchins, starfish, jelly fish and many varieties of fish in their natural habitat. Go upstairs and search sea birds, otters, whales, seals and dolphins as you peer out at the open waters. Local guides narrate during the voyage, and point out areas of interests, facts and of course animals to spot.

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