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Kyle of Lochalsh is a stunning Scottish village overlooking Loch Alsh, opposite the village of Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye, which can be reached via the Skye Bridge.
Guests of the Kyle Hotel can wind down and enjoy a very relaxed pace of life, with stunning scenery and wildlife.
Billed as wild and wonderful, Kyle of Lochalsh brings together the best of Scotland. The surrounding rugged mountain terrain is perfect for walkers, while the stunning seafront offers up a range of sports for water enthusiasts.
The Kyle Hotel is a great base from which to explore the surrounding area including:
Situated on the eastern edge of the Isle of Skye, Kyleakin provides a good base for exploring the Cuillin mountains and the surrounding countryside.
A big welcome awaits you in Fort William – the Outdoor Capital of the UK. World famous for the huge variety of outdoor activities available and of course, home to the highest mountain in the UK, Ben Nevis.
Take a trip to the capital of the Highlands, Inverness. Explore this compact city and discover a slower way of life, but still with interesting things to do and events. Use Inverness as a base to explore Highland scenery, iconic castles, majestic mountains and unique wildlife, including the famous Loch Ness monster.
The Isle of Skye is connected to the mainland by a road bridge. Connecting the mainland village of Kyle of Lochalsh to the village of Kyleakin on Skye. Since December 2004 the bridge has been free to cross for all, but it was not always this way. When the bridge first opened in 1995 there was an expensive toll charging both ways to cross.