How to Find Loch Aluinn, Sconser, Skye

Entrance from the A87 northbound to Loch Aluinn, Sconser

Entrance from the A87 northbound to Loch Aluinn, Sconser


Marjory & Eric Jagger, Loch Aluinn, 7 Sconser, Isle of Skye, IV48 8TD     01478 650 288    
 

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Co-ordinates for your Satnav are:

  • Latitude: 57.308646
  • Longitude: -6.127595

 

Postcode for SatNav: IV48 8TD. This will take you to the village of Sconser and not directly to the property. By-pass the main village and continue along the main road until you come to the sign advertising our accommodation on the left hand side of the road.

 

Please note that it might direct you via the Mallaig-Armadale ferry - if you do use this route, rather than the Skye Bridge, it is important to check times and book the ferry crossing in advance.

 

Please drive carefully when accessing the driveway as it is on a sharp incline from the main road. When coming from the Sligachan direction you are advised to make use of the lay-by to allow for a wider turn onto the access.

 

From the ferry at Armadale or Kylerhea: head for the A87 and the village of Broadford. Continue along the A87 to the crofting village of Sconser, by-pass the main village and Raasay ferry terminal, continue until you come to a sign advertising the accommodation on the left hand side of the main road.

 

From Portree: Tourist Information Centre head left past the Portree Independent Hostel. Continue left out of the town and onto the trunk road heading south to Broadford and Kyle. Pass Sligachan Hotel and continue for 2 miles to reach the property which is sign posted on right hand side of the main road-before the main village of Sconser.

 

From Kyle Railway Station: cross Skye Bridge (bus available) at Kyle. Head along the main A87 Broadford / Portree / Uig road. Bypass Broadford, Strollamus, Luib and the main village of Sconser (total 22 miles). Property is sign posted on left hand side of the main road.

 

Looking back along the A87 from the entrance to Loch Aluinn.

Looking back along the A87 from the entrance to Loch Aluinn. If you are heading southbound, please use the layby on the left before turning into Loch Aluinn.

The location marker for Loch Aluinn may sometimes not appear on the map, especially when using a touchscreen or mouse-wheel or when rotating your screen, all of which can move the map around or change scaling. If you pan or reduce the scale, the marker should re-appear. You can also look at a satellite photograph, but please bear in mind that it may have been taken in the past and therefore may not show an exact representation of what is there now.

 

If the location marker for Loch Aluinn does not appear you may need to pan or reduce the scale.



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