We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Any visit to the Isle of Skye is incomplete without enjoying the wealth of history and clan legend at 5* Dunvegan Castle & Gardens. Built on a rocky outcrop on the shores of Loch Dunvegan, Dunvegan is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in...more
All reviews fairy flag walled garden seal trip water garden clan macleod interesting history worth a visit family history seal colony castle gardens ancestral home on display rainy day gardens are lovely boat ride gift shop car park
Came here with the family with low expectations and yet I was still let down. There was this odd lady who I had an awkward interaction with in the cafe toilets and after that every corner I turned she was there. The castle itself was...More
Had read so much about this castle and its history that it was a true joy to actually see the castle. Seeing the 'fairy flag' which is now basically in tatters made the entire trip worthwhile. So much of the clan's history and beliefs abounds...More
We almost skipped this because it was raining out, but so glad we didn't! The castle was quite interesting, but what really stuck with us was the amazing gardens! Even in the rain, we walked for a long time through the many varied gardens. We...More
To be honest, I don't remember much about the castle. What I remember are the gardens!! They were lovely and we spend most of our time slowly strolling through. So many colors and varieties and they all smelled so good. Great gardens!
We were disappointed with the castle itself as it was fairly plain and boring on the outside, and not very impressive on the inside. The furnishings were bland, there didn’t seem to be a great deal of care taken as to who was who in...More
What a great setting and beautiful place to visit. The castle was founded in the 13th century and expanded over the centuries. Eventually in the 19th century it was finished off as a mock medieval castle. For those who love castles, this is a great...More
Response from MomNicoleM | Reviewed this property |
This attraction can accommodate a very large amount of people. You will not have a problem getting tickets at the location when you arrive. There is no way they would reach the limit for visitors at any one time. It's huge... More
This attraction can accommodate a very large amount of people. You will not have a problem getting tickets at the location when you arrive. There is no way they would reach the limit for visitors at any one time. It's huge and relatively out of the way for many travellers to go. Be sure to leave yourself enough time to tour. They close the gates and ask you to leave by 5:00 and the souvenire shop closed at 4. We only arrived just before 4 so we had to rush and didn't get to enjoy the amazing gardens surrounding the castle. It's well worth spending at least 2 hours there.
My wife and I are planning to be in Skye the end of June this year for 3 nights. Tentative plans are listed. Comments and suggestions are welcome please. Central Lodging -- Edinbane for 3 nights Day 1 Activities: Southern - Boat trip in Elgol. Talisker Distillery visit. Fairy Pool Waterfalls. Dine at Isle of Syke Oysters. Day 2 Activities: Northwest -- Neist Point Lighthouse. Dunvegan Castle and Gardens. Day 3 Activities: North -- Flora MacDonald's Gravesite. Isle of Skye Brewing...More
March 27, 2016|
I wasn't aware that Outlander has been filmed on parts of (but I've lost track of it a bit, so.....) Sights to see in the North of the island are the Quiraing and Old Man of Storr areas and simply driving the magnificent coastal route in between. Kilt Rock is worth a look but there are various stopping points en route to admire the stunning cliff/coastal scenery and views of the Torridon and Kintail mountains, as well as the Red and Black Cuillin.
First timer to Scotland. Help! (16 Replies)
I actually have a few questions. This is my first time traveling to Scotland and I am trying to jam pack our adventure. My best friend is a photographer so I really trying to plan stuff we want to see and that will make great photos. We are really interested in spotting some Highland Cows and sheep passing us on the road for that Scottish country feel. So here's what I have planned so far and then I'll ask my questions. Day one: Arrive in Edinburgh- (Hotel)Visit Prince Street, Gardens and...More
April 14, 2015|
When yoh visit doune, travel on through calledar to kilmahog woolen mill and visit tge highland cows in the field, yoj will also pass many sheep and cows of all sorts during yojr trip