When you want to get away, nothing beats an island.
Head for the hills and then some with today’s Big Deal on a one to three night stay for two at Raasay House on the island of Raasay.
A 25 minute ferry trip from Skye, Raasay offers a unique Hebridean island experience.
From walking to wildlife via whisky and weather watching, Raasay has it all.
Valid until the 31st March 2019, this offer would make a fantastic gift for anyone who wants to explore Scotland’s hidden gems.
Discover Raasay and Skye
The perfect base for exploring both Raasay and the Isle of Skye, Raasay House is renowned for friendly, personalised service and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Easily accessed from the Sconser ferry terminal on Skye, Raasay House was recently renovated and fully refurbished. It boasts a range of high-quality rooms.
Once the clan seat of the Macleods of Raasay, the house is set in its own beautiful grounds and offers fabulous views out over the sea to the majestic Cuillin mountains of Skye.
Seven days a week
Available seven days a week, this offer is for two people to have a one, two or three night stay in an Economy Double room or a Standard Double room.
All options include a bottle of Prosecco on arrival; full Scottish or buffet breakfast each morning and a two course meal on the first evening in the hotel’s restaurant.
Economy Double rooms are very cosy. Private rooms rather than dorms, they have a double bed, clothes rail; en suite with push button eco shower and hot drinks facilities.
Standard Double rooms are in the main house and feature a double bed; large en suite with shower; hot drinks facilities; a wardrobe, dressing table, hairdryer and flat screen TV. These rooms offer views of the courtyard, wild garden and grounds.
Dine at Raasay House
The restaurant, café and bar at the hotel offer a range of dining experiences, all with a fabulous view across the Sound of Raasay to the Cuillin Mountains of Skye.
The kitchen sources the best local, seasonal ingredients, and prepares them in a delicious, authentic, wholesome and uncomplicated way. From organic bread to the Raasay venison casserole, all the dishes are prepared from scratch at Raasay House.
See and do
Where to start? You could explore the ruins of Brochel Castle; climb Dun Caan or pay a visit to the recently opened Isle of Raasay Distillery.
From otters to Golden Eagles and dolphins, there is an abundance of wildlife to watch.
Depending on the weather, Raasay House can arrange activities such as climbing, coasteering, kayaking, gorge walking, archery and sailing.
And, as we have mentioned, Skye is just a 25 minute ferry ride away.
Raasay House has attracted lots of happy comments on TripAdvisor. The following have been edited for length:
‘Fab weekend. We had a fabulous break at Raasay House. Everything was superb, the owners, staff, food, entertainment, absolutely nothing to fault… We went on a drive around the island, it is beautiful. There are lots of adventure activities available, but you can also just relax.’
‘Just happened to stumble across this wonderful isle. It is remote but certainly worth going. We enjoyed the hiking, exploring the isle and found the staff at Raasay House very welcoming. One of our days was a cold wet and windy day and so we sat by the lovely bay window enjoying the view. Lovely atmosphere. Would recommend this place.’
‘Very good place to visit Skye. We stayed in a private dorm, we would repeat for sure. The place is comfortable and very close to the ferry terminal. You can have dinner both in their restaurant and in their bar (more informal and lower prices).The island is really beautiful so I highly recommend a walk before sunset.’
We have mentioned that this Big Deal from Raasay House would make an excellent gift for intrepid travellers.
It would also make a fantastic winter getaway. Just imagine the water cooler conversation on Monday morning:
‘What did you get up to last week?’
‘Oh, you know. Took the Road to the Isles, explored Skye, ferry to Raasay. Great hotel. Lovely food. Enjoyed a night in the bar. Saw eagles and dolphins. Really nice, actually. You do anything?’