Kyle of Lochalsh :
Unmissable tourist sites
Kyle of Lochalsh Travel guide
Kyle of Lochalsh : Michelin's recommendations
This village was historically the embarkation point for the Isle of Skye ferry, and is now linked to that island by a bridge. It is also very lively in summer. The village developed from the end of the 19C, when the railway line was extended from Strome Ferry. Kyle of Lochalsh is a good base from which to discover Torridon and Applecross to the North or Kintail in the East. The southern areas are more remote.
Tourist attractions Kyle of Lochalsh : Things to see and do
Main Street GB - Kyle of Lochalsh
This vast region covers the northeastern coast from Kyle of Lochalsh to Scourie and is home to probably the most remarkable natural sites in the Highlands. From the clutch of little towns ( Kyle of Lochalsh , Gairloch or Ullapoo ), head out to exp..
Hotels Kyle of Lochalsh
Main Street GB - Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8AB
With traditional rooms and a cosy bar, this hotel offers free parking and fine dining. The Kyle Hotel is situated in the Kyle of Lochalsh, the gateway to the Isle of Skye. The bright and airy bedrooms are decorated with Scottish tartans, and each ha..