The Isle of Raasay, one of the Inner Hebrides, is located between the Isle of Skye and Applecross on the Scottish mainland of Wester Ross. Raasay is well connected to the Isle of Skye by a short 25 minute scenic ferry connecting Sconser ferry terminal Skye to Churchton Bay ferry terminal on Raasay.
From rolling hills, to native forests and secluded beaches, explore any part of the island with the backdrop of the breathtaking panorama of the Cuillin to the West of the island and Torridon to the East.
Raasay is ideally suited to those with a love of the outdoors and wildlife, with excellent walks and trails where one can experience the peace and tranquility of the island. From climbing Dun Caan to exploring Hallaig or Inver, there are lots of routes to suit any age and ability.
Dinning on the island is available at Raasay House who provide lunch, dinner and a friendly bar. Raasay House is only a 15 minute walk from our bed & breakfast. The Larch Box, located next to the distillery, offers takeaway food and tea, coffee and cakes during the day.
The island offers a number of activities with the Isle of Raasay Distillery offering a range of whisky and gin tastings and tours, local art galleries, gift shops, Raasay Community Stores as well as adventure sports courses and bike hire available from Raasay House.
Absolutely beautiful island. Fantastic views and a fabulous bed and breakfast. We were welcomed on the door step with a lovely smile and felt at home straight away. Our rooms were very clean well decorated and a very comfortable bed. Our two night stay was the highlight of our Scottish holiday.