The word ‘magical’ comes to mind when thinking about the Isle of Skye, a land that feels far, far away with dramatic scenery that’s perfect for exploring, rain or shine.   


STAY at the Orchard House just outside the center of Portree, a lovely B&B where you’ll find beautiful and spacious accommodations and an incredible cooked-to-order breakfast is the mornings.

DO immerse yourself in Skye’s scenic beauty by taking advantage of the many viewpoints and hiking trails along the Trotternish peninsula loop.

EAT at one of the many pubs and restaurants near Somerled Square in the heart of Portree and then make your way to a watering hole like the Merchant Bar to try some local spirits.

DISCOVER what makes whisky from the Isle of Skye unique by booking a tour at the Talisker Distillery and then purchase a bottle from the source to take home.

Read more about the Isle of Skye below!


Scotland Part 2: What to See and Do on the Isle of Skye