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Knock Bay IV44 8RE Sleat United Kingdom
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Description Toravaig House
Set amidst the tranquil beauty of the Isle of Skye, just 25 minutes from the mainland, offering free WI-FI and parking, this contemporary hotel has spectacular views, innovative cuisine, and luxury accommodation. Surrounded by 2 acres of leafy grounds, this lovingly restored country house exudes an intimate, romantic atmosphere far removed from the stresses of everyday life. Situated in Sleat, the ‘Garden of Skye’ it also boasts some truly inspirational views over the sea and to the mainland hills beyond. Stylish with immaculate attention to the detail, the enchanting allure of this luxurious property is matched only by the warmth and enthusiasm of its friendly staff. Offering the finest in Highland hospitality and infused with an authentic Scottish spirit, guests are sure to succumb to its delightful charms.
Castle Stalker sits on a small island in Loch Laich, an inlet of Loch Linnhe. The name comes from the gaelic "stalcaire", meaning "falconer", and there has been a fortified building of some sort since the early 14th century. It acquired its present form at about the end of the 14th century and is regarded as one of the best preserved medieval tower houses. Its history reflects the violence and feuding of the highland clans, especially the Campbells, Macdonalds, Stewarts and McLeans. By the time of the Jacobite rebellions in the 18th century it was in the hands of the Campbells and held out against a much stronger rebel force. It was abandoned in the 19th century but bought back by the Stewart family who restored it to a habitable state and still own it.
Its picturesque setting has meant it is much photographed and it has appeared in films, Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Highlander: Endgame
Access to the castle is by boat and visits are possible on specified dates between May and September. Advance booking is necessary, see website for details. The jetty is reached by a track with parking at the end, but visitors are warned to take care and it may not be suitable for all vehicles.