Villages & Resorts in Western Isles (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... from Sconser to Raasay; during the trip you can either stay in your car or go on deck. The Island ********** Raasay is tiny, just 60 sq miles in total, 14 miles long and 4 miles wide. Most of its 200 or so inhabitants live in the village of Inverarish close to the ferry port. Inverarish has a shop and post office but little else. The shop is fairly well stocked but as everything has to be bought over from Skye, itís expensive. I would advise you to bring a picnic if you are coming for the day. It is important to note that there is no petrol on Raasay, so fill up before you come! Raasay is very different to Skye. Where Skye is mounta... more
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by - written on 02/10/05, updated on 03/10/05 (Very useful, 670 readings)
For the past few winters our family has spent several weeks on the Isle of Skye. During our stay we always take several trips across to the beautiful Isle of Rassay. Raasay is a very special place and well worth a visit if you have the opportunity. Travel information ***************** Raasay is a small island situated between the north west of Scotland and the Isle of Skye. It is only accessible by ferry, which, for me, adds to its appeal. If you live in the south and donít fancy a long drive then it is possible to fly to Inverness, hire a car and drive the 3 hours to the ferry terminal at Sconser on Skye. Alternatively there are trains ... Read the complete review
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