View of Cuillins from Elgol, Isle of Skye
Whilst you're here
"just a few of the things you might enjoy"

Greshornish House provides this page of links to other web sites to give guests an idea of the range of contacts and possibilities to enhance their stay on Skye - quite apart from the walking, wonderful scenery and dark night sky ideal for star-gazing.

dark SkyeSkye & Lochalsh enjoy some of the darkest skies in Europe. Free from the light pollution which blights towns and cities, our inky black skies present the heavens in all their spectacular beauty. There's plenty to discover, from the bejewelled cluster of the Pleiades or Orion's mighty belt in November, to the magical meteor showers of the Perseids or the graceful constellation of Cygnus the Swan, in August. Nine unique locations throughout the island have been recognised as being perfect for viewing our night sky.

All enjoy good access, with firm ground for wheelchairs, and all promise an unforgettable experience on a clear night. Visit the website or download the Dark Skye leaflet pdf document(986kb.pdf)


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