two butterflies, tortoiseshell and red admiral, on pink summer flowers


All about the Glenelg-Kylerhea Ferry: its history, sailing times, prices, maps...

Our local village shop.You can pre-order.

The local pub, the Glenelg Inn for excellent food and accommodation.

The weather and the tides are important here! The BBC has tide tables and Norwegian Metrological Institute the most accurate weather forecasts.

Eileanban, a community run island between Skye and Kyle has a visitor centre, nature trail, and its own web site.

Walk Highlands. Detailed descriptions of walking routes in Glenelg and Kintail.

A Taste of Skye and Wester Ross. Website promoting the best of local food, including suppliers and places to eat.

The Bike Shed. Bike hire and repair in Glenelg. This a a great place for biking, from gentle coastal rides to adventurous hill climbs (and descents!).

Lochalsh Dirty Thirty. The Challenge: 30 miles in 24 hours through the highlands of Scotland. This popular event is held every June.

Information on the Glenelg and Arnisdale local area. An excellent source of local information covering accommodation, places of interest, local history, activities, walking and travel.

The Forestry Commission, has some information about the otter haven, just across the water on Skye.

Dun Brewing. "Using our own spring water and organic ingredients, Dun Brewing produces a range of craft beers in our small Brewery directly below Dun Troddan. The ‘Dun Inn’ lounge bar is located adjacent to the brewery - formerly a cow shed, decorated with rustic furniture, a dartboard and a wood burning stove."

Chocolates of Glenshiel. "All our flavours are locally sourced and all our chocolates are handmade, with love, in our remote, wee community in the Highlands.".

The Nice Cafe and Bookshop. The Cafe and Bookshop is based in Kyleakin Connections and is open on Wednesdays ONLY from 11.00am – 2.30pm. It is run by the attenders, staff & volunteers. We offer beverages, filled rolls, homemade soup & bread, home baking and second hand books.

Calum's seal trips in Plockton. Calum Mackenzie and the crew of the Sula Bheag welcome you to Plockton, the ‘Jewel of the Highlands’ and home to one of Scotland’s finest seal trips.

Eolach Restaurant. Star chef, Verity Hurding has opened a new restaurant in Kyle. Also on Facebook. "Verity, a skilled chef raised in Glenelg, Scotland, where the mountains meet the sea, brings her expertise in foraging for wild fruits, herbal leaves, mushrooms, and sea greens to craft exceptional dishes. Her culinary style emphasises seasonality, unique preparation methods, and beautiful presentation, making her food a highlight of any event."