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3-Day Isle of Skye and Highlands Tour from Edinburgh
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3-Day Isle of Skye and Highlands Tour from Edinburgh

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Tour the beaches, lakes, and historical monuments of the Scottish Highlands and Isle of Skye on this 3-day tour from Edinburgh, which offers more time to explore the highlights. See Loch Lomond, Glencoe, and the tip of Ben Nevis; and soak in the scenery and sights of Skye, along with a tasting of Scotch whisky. Plus, choose to take an optional Loch Ness cruise and Culloden Battlefield tour.
$387.01 per adult
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Leslie C wrote a review Sep 2020
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What a wonderful hour we spent with Yasmin who showed us her varieties of sheep and her highland cattle, that she clearly loves with a passion. A very humorous lady who has some tales which would probably not be suitable before the watershed, that had us in stitches. She then showed us the craft side of their business and how she treats the wool and starts the spinning of the fabulous garments she makes. A lovely break on a gloomy Skye day.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Debra T wrote a review Jun 2018
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A delightful shop and shop tender. Learned about the local wool and knitters. Don’t miss this authentic shop - it’s one of a kind.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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kolohe280 wrote a review Jun 2018
Talent, Oregon470 contributions130 helpful votes
We stopped here while on an Outlander tour. The people here are very friendly, and (for the most part) will answer any questions you have about their work. You can feed the sheep. We learned a lot about the business of raising sheep. There some really nice things in the shop as well.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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arobert01 wrote a review Nov 2017
Orleans, Canada19 contributions14 helpful votes
My family of 4 visited this shop in early October during a visit to the Isle of Skye as part of a vacation to Scotland. We had the chance to speak with both Yasmin and her husband, look through the quaint shop and quality items, learn a little about about sheep farming and life on the island as well feed the sheep! Thank you so much for your warm welcome and the time you spent with us!
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Date of experience: November 2017
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dcvoyagerThailand wrote a review Jul 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia27 contributions9 helpful votes
This lovely croft along the edge of Loch Greshornish is much more than a shop. If you have any interest at all in the fiber traditions of Skye, from the raising and sheering of sheep, to the processing of the fleece, to the making of yarn, to the knitting of the traditional fisherman's sweater called a gansey, this is the place to go. The owners, Yasmin and Trevor will keep you spell bound as they describe what they do and how they got to this spot on Skye. They raise fine Hebridean and Black Cheviot sheep, whose fleeces provide them with the raw materials to make yarns, made-to-order sweaters, and tweeds. We spent a good 2 to 3 hours with them, learning about the challenges of crofting. We met the sheep including the impressive "big fella." As a hand spinner, I was in heaven! We bought a number of things, including a hand knit hat and Hebridean yarn for a sweater. I only wish we had had more time on the island so I could take a knitting class with Yasmin!
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Date of experience: June 2016
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