Barabhaig Cottage

Detached stone cottage on the shore, in the south-eastern corner of Skye
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Experience the Isle of Skye

Welcome to The Isle of Skye and the wealth of things it has to offer. Eilean Iarmain is located to the south of the Isle of Skye on the Sleat Peninsula and covers some 23,000 acres of mixed landscape.

As part of the estate, we have two hotels and offer a wide variety of sporting and other activities.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break in a stunning landscape – or are planning a sporting break in the Hebrides, Eilean Iarmain has it covered. Experience a variety of outdoor activities, a scottish art exhibition, a ceilidh – or simply enjoying a tasting of our very own Gaelic Whiskies and Gins in front of the roaring fire on a winter evening, there’s something for everyone at Eilean Iarmain.

Experience the taste of the Hebrides

Pràban na Linne is the expression used in Gaelic to describe a “small smugglers’ enterprise on the Sound of Sleat”, and The Gaelic Whiskies’ shop and headquarters are located on the idyllic Sleat peninsula.

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Discover Scottish Art

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Eilean Iarmain, far am faigh thu tàmh

The place to linger