Destination Skye & Lochalsh
Isle of Skye Accommodation
When the rest of the U.K. are experiencing adverse weather, Isle of Skye Accommodation at Allt a Choire are having gloriously sunny days with a little frost in the mornings thrown in for good measure.
This morning my friend Rachael and I set of for the Sabhal Mor Ostaig to attend a business development day organized by Destination Skye & Lochalsh the organization that promises to deliver. It is all run by volunteers their role is to actively encourage the growth and development of tourism and tourism businesses in Skye and Lochalsh. Today was an opportunity to network with other tourism service providers in the area. One of the services represented was the the Highland Council Ranger service they offer guided walks and events from March-November throughout the Highlands. Something to add to the to do list when you visit on your Skye holiday. Already visiting the south of the island it gave me the opportunity to drop into the Caledonian MacBrayne office at Armadale to pick up some of their Summer[!] timetables for our guests. Don’t forget you can still come over the sea to our Isle of Skye accommodation at Allt a Choire – there are 2 ferry crossings Mallaig to Armadale operated by Cal Mac. There is another very scenic way to cross from Glenelg to Kylerhea on the Skye Ferry the Glenachulish,it is the last manually operated turntable ferry in Scotland. What ever way you choose to come we will be waiting to welcome you to our Isle of Skye accommodation at Allt a Choire bed and breakfast.