We hope you like what you have seen on our web site about our home and Skye and we look forward to meeting you and sharing with you the never ending adventure of discovering the Island of Skye.
Skye has a growing population and a currently healthy economy which is largely based on tourism so we need you to visit the island, to spend some time here, and to come back again (and again) and to tell your friends about what you have found.
Sometimes we feel a little abashed about our presence here and our good fortune to live on this little bit of heaven but the feeling is gradually fading and disappears almost entirely every time we listen to a cold, wet, south westerly buffeting the house (even more so when it is from the north west), but the disbelief returns every time we look out of a window on a clear, early morning, or see Uist suddenly and magically emerge from the mist, or watch another stunning sunset.
Nevertheless, if you visit us, or anywhere else on the island, we would ask you to be aware of the traditions of the place, if you can, and be conscious of the openness, and the welcoming warmth and trust, of the local people, and when seeking out its natural attractions not to damage or diminish what you have seen or found but to leave it for others, who may come after you, to enjoy.
Rainbow over the bay