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Kyleakin

Located within the magical Isle of Skye, lies the picturesque and peaceful village of Kyleakin, which is set amongst pristine countryside and stunning coastal scenery. Kyleakin is an ideal base for exploring the nearby Cuillin Mountains as well as the ruined Castle Moil and the rest of the beautiful Isle of Skye. Visitors will also enjoy leisurely seaside walks in and around the areas natural harbour. The welcoming pubs and restaurants to be found here mainly serve up the fresh and outstanding local produce, with a healthy helping of Scottish hospitality for good measure.

We love Kyleakin because...

  • Stunning coastal scenery
  • Malt whisky distillery nearby
  • Outstanding local produce
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Hotels
Hotels in Kyleakin
Kings Arms Hotel
Main Street Isle of Skye IV41 8PH

For a serene and authentic holiday in the Highlands, choose the charming Kings Arms Hotel.

2 nights from
£87.50pp
Kings Arms Hotel
Main Street Isle of Skye IV41 8PH

For a serene and authentic holiday in the Highlands, choose the charming Kings Arms Hotel.

In and around Kyleakin

Talisker Distillery

This unique distillery is the only one on the Isle of Skye, founded in 1830 and producing fine malt scotch whisky ever since. The distillery is located on the banks of Loch Harport in a scenic location that allows for panoramic vistas of the Cuillin Mountains. A guided tour here will take visitors behind the scenes of the production process and end with a tasting session.

Dunvegan Castle and Gardens

Discover one of Scotland’s most iconic castles, perched on the rocky outcrops in the dramatic loch side setting of Loch Dunvegan and boasting many fine oil paintings and plenty of treasures from Clan MacLeod, who’ve occupied the castle for more than 800 years - the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland! Visitors will also enjoy the five acres of wonderfully landscaped formal gardens.

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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