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Welcome to Kyle of Lochalsh!
Kyle of Lochalsh is a village nestling across the narrow stretch of sea between beautiful Lochalsh and the majestic Isle of Skye.  Situated beside the famous Skye Bridge, Kyle of Lochalsh sits at the end of the Kyle of Lochalsh railway line which weaves its way across 63 miles of spectacular countryside from Inverness.
The village has featured in a number of television shows, including the BBC’s ‘Great Railway Journeys of the World’ presented by Michael Palin, the BBC series ‘Hamish MacBeth’, and Kyle of Lochalsh was also visited by the characters in the ‘Age of Misrule’ trilogy of books by Mark Chadbourn.
Kyle of Lochalsh is a very relaxing place to stay, with easy access to the Isle of Skye, the Cuillin mountains, the world famous Eilean Donan Castle, the picturesque village of Plockton, and so much more.  Those interested in hillwalking, fishing, sailing and wildlife will find Kyle of Lochalsh to be absolutely ideal!

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