Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Isle of Coll – My top five things to see and do on the island

We recently returned from a wonderful stay on the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides. This blog features my top things to see and do on the lovely Hebridean island. About the Isle of Coll, Inner Hebrides The Isle of Coll is thirteen miles long and three miles across at its widest part. Around… Continue reading Isle of Coll – My top five things to see and do on the island

Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Isle of Skye – exploring the Misty Isle in low season

A few weeks ago, we accidentally drove onto the Isle of Skye while looking for a vantage point on the Mainland to photograph the Skye Bridge. Our fleeting visit (once round a roundabout then back to the Mainland) whet our appetite - the Misty Isle was calling. Travel plans were hatched. We booked a night… Continue reading Isle of Skye – exploring the Misty Isle in low season

Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Isle of Rum – having a whale of a time in the Small Isles

In this blog I'm going to transport you to the Isle of Rum for another armchair tour of Scotland. In August 2019 we spent three days and two nights on Rum, the largest of a group of Scottish islands know as the Small Isles. Rum is 9 miles long and 8 miles wide and has a… Continue reading Isle of Rum – having a whale of a time in the Small Isles

Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Isle of Tiree – my top things to see and do

I love a Scottish island escape. What's not to love about beautiful beaches, blissful solitude, friendly locals, native wildlife, fascinating history and delicious food, fresh from Scotland's bountiful natural larder. In my last post I shared the fabulous Isle of Colonsay with you. This time I'm taking you back to the Inner Hebrides to share… Continue reading Isle of Tiree – my top things to see and do

Inner Hebrides, Scotland

Isle of Colonsay – exploring a Hebridean gem

While the planet battles an invisible foe, travel has rightly been put on hold. Now, more than ever, we need a little escapism. Luckily, the world is our virtual oyster. Call me biased, but I can think of nowhere better for a spot of armchair tourism than Scotland. So, grab yourself a coffee (or something… Continue reading Isle of Colonsay – exploring a Hebridean gem