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Filters are provided to help you personalise your search for the perfect property in Kyle of Lochalsh. In Kyle of Lochalsh, 29 properties include internet. Consequently, if you need internet access during your holidays, select the internet filter to see these rentals. Three features that aren't often provided are barbecues, balconies/patios and fireplaces.
The Weather in Kyle of Lochalsh
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Check out the climate diagram for Kyle of Lochalsh. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 0° in Kyle of Lochalsh in February. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Kyle of Lochalsh
Nearly half of the accommodation options (48.65%) in Kyle of Lochalsh are hotel rooms. They are the most prevalent properties on offer there. These properties have an average size of 10 m² and cost, on average, £161 per night. Moreover, the majority of hotel rooms in Kyle of Lochalsh are able to host 2 guests, which makes Kyle of Lochalsh an ideal destination for couples and small groups. Travellers looking for something else can also find many bed & breakfast rentals, which are the second most popular type of accommodation in Kyle of Lochalsh. Our data reveals that the average price of bed & breakfast rentals is £106 a night for an area of 10 m².
Find yourself a holiday cottage with a view in Kyle of Lochalsh
The picturesque village of Kyle of Lochalsh is situated on Scotland's west coast, on the road to the Skye Bridge. Perfectly located for holidaymakers who want to explore the wild landscape in this part of Scotland, visitors also have a great choice of quaint rural holiday cottages, many with views across the sea to Skye.
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Scotland is famous for its whisky, and the area around Kyle of Lochalsh and Skye doesn't disappoint. The most famous, and the oldest, distillery in the area is Talisker, located on the island of Skye itself. You can take a tour of the distillery and learn how Scottish whisky is made, as well as taste a dram of the local produce at the end of the visit, of course!
If you want to head off the beaten track, head to the smaller island of Raasay between Skye and the mainland where a new distillery has now opened; the first legal distillery on Raasay, as the area used to be well known for its illegal stills. Raasay Distillery has also opened a new visitor centre, allowing visitors to be among the first to try this brand new whisky.
What are the best activities for families in Kyle of Lochalsh?
Kyle of Lochalsh for kids
Kids will love exploring the unspoilt beaches around your Kyle of Lochalsh accommodation. Appelcross beach on the mainland can only be reached via a twisting country road, but it does mean that even in the height of summer, this area never gets really crowded. The sheltered bay makes it ideal for swimming, or you can always stay on shore and enjoy the view across the sea to the islands. Take a boat trip with a difference with Seaprobe Atlantis' glass-bottomed boat which allows the family to enjoy the views above and below the water.
Where are the unique attractions in Kyle of Lochalsh?
Explore highlands and islands
On the mainland, Kyle of Lochalsh is close to the pretty village of Plockton, instantly recognisable to fans of Hamish Macbeth which was filmed in the area. Its whitewashed houses overlook the picturesque Loch Carron, a popular site for dolphin watching boat trips and sea kayaking. Head further along the coast to Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most famous of Scotland's castles, dating from the 13th century. It is located on an island at the point where three sea lochs meet, and can only be reached via a bridge over the water. Take a drive over the bridge to the Isle of Skye, and you will soon realise why this is one of the most popular visitor destinations in Scotland.
Alongside its stunning mountain scenery, the island is dotted with prehistoric monuments and standing stones. The best preserved is Dun Beag just outside Dunvegan. Travel a few kilometres and a few centuries further to Dunvegan Castle, which dates from the 12th century and has its own walled gardens.
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