The Isle of Skye is well known for its dramatic and spectacular landscapes. It is a haven for walkers, climbers, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. It is also becoming the home for many new, exciting and unusual activities for tourists and locals. With the growing popularity of Gin, the producers of Misty Isle Gin have […]
March is another month of glorious transformation in the Highlands. The sweet smelling and vibrant yellow gorse is in full bloom. The willow is producing wonderful pollen for our honey bees, should they dare to venture from their hives. It’s light at 6.30 in the morning when Lisa goes to work. Sun rises and sunsets […]
We were selected as one of the three finalists in the Taste Local Awards for Skye and Lochalsh 2019. The Awards ceremony was held at the Sligachan Hotel on 27th February, where the staff had created a great environment and setting. We were delighted and proud to be there with other great businesses from the […]
The days are already 90 minutes longer than they were at Christmas and there is real warmth in the sun. The hillsides around Seadrift are golden in the sunlight and the dustings of snow have transformed the landscape to spectacular.
We are delighted to learn that we have been nominated and shortlisted to the final three in the ‘Taste Local Awards’ within the category Best B&B or Guesthouse for 2019 – #tastelocalawards We would like to thank those that have nominated us and our wonderful guests who have left such lovely reviews. The Awards celebrate […]
This January has been particularly beautiful and great for walking and photography. Here are a few photos from our walks that are not far from Seadrift. This really is a wonderful place to explore all year round.
January is shaping up to be a beautiful month here in Loch Alsh and Nostie Bay in particular. When the tide is out it is an amazing place to explore. Currently we have Widgeon and Goosanders visting us. A photographers and walkers heaven.
A little snow in March transforms the landscape and the skies are so blue that you have to pinch yourself. The Mam Ratagan viewpoint, Glenelg is a short drive from Seadrift.