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Shiel House - Bed & Breakfast
Glenshiel
Kyle of Lochalsh
Highlands
IV40 8HW
SCOTLAND

Contact: Colin Campbell
Tel: 01599511282
  • £15 (3 Days+) - £20 pp per night Other Currency
  • Sleeps Up To 8 adults 2 kids
  • Shiel House - Bed & Breakfast Grading : N/A
  • Children Allowed : welcome
  • Pets Allowed : welcome
  • Smoking Policy : allowed
  • Alcohol License : sorry, no sales
  • Parking Available : present
  • Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
  • Shiel House - Bed & Breakfast Kyle of Lochalsh - Pony trekking on the farm, Hiking, River fishing, Bike hire
    Shiel house is situated at the head of beautiful Loch Duich, at the foot of the five sisters of kintail. Enjoy the stunning scenery around the place. 2 double rooms, 2 twin rooms, 1 bathroom, 1 shower-room, small beds for kids available.

    Munro mountain peeks easily accessible,boat hire at Loch Duich, Picktish broachs, Glomach falls within walking distance.16 miles to Skye, 65 miles to Inverness, 60 miles to Fort William.

    Kyle of Lochalsh is best known as the main jumping off point for the Isle of Skye. Until 1995 this was via the ferry service operating between Kyle and Kyleakin. Since then most visitors to Skye have used the road bridge, which since early 2005 has been toll-free.

    Kyle is also an important train terminal with regular services to and from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. In summer, steam trains run attracting rail enthusiasts to take the scenic route north through Achnasheen and Lochcarron.

    A busy port, Kyle is the hub of the local fishing industry and boasts a newly built lifeboat station. Pleasure craft also operate out of the harbour offering fishing trips, wildlife cruises or simply a chance to marvel at the magnificent Cuillin mountains on Skye.

    East of Kyle, on the north shore of Loch Duich, is Eilean Donan Castle, which features on more Scottish calendars than just about any other building. The original castle dates back to 1230, but was destroyed by the English in 1719 after occupation by the Spanish (see our Historical Timeline). What you see today largely dates to a rebuild in the early twentieth century.

    ponytrekking on the farm,hiking,river fishing,bike hire,local shop and pub on site
    Shiel House - Bed & Breakfast  -   Kyle of Lochalsh   -   Highlands

    Contact:  Colin Campbell   Tel:  01599511282   -   Website: > (Click Here)


     







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