What to see & Where to go 

The Cottage at Edinbane

Northern lights over Trumpan Church, Waternish

A number of walks and off road cycle routes are near the cottage. Please see the maps and walk information in the boot room or just email us for more details.

Because of its secluded setting away from background lighting Meadow Cottage provides beautiful views of the night sky, and the occasion glimpse of Northern lights.

Skye is home for a wide range of art and craft workshops and galleries, from beautiful locally dyed wools and yarns to potteries, jewellers, sword makers and artists of international acclaim. You can just explore and rely on serendipity or visit http://www.art-skye.co.uk.

The village boasts an extensive Children's Playground - down the track, turn left and round the corner.

Spring lambs on the croft

Hand crafted pottery in Edinbane

Hand crafted pottery in Edinbane

Useful Links

Edinbane Pottery - beautiful pottery from a wood fired kiln just down the track and across the road, 2 minutes away. (http://www.edinbane-pottery.co.uk)

Edinbane Inn – lovely food and traditional music a few metres right along the road. (http://edinbaneinn.co.uk)

The Lodge – a few metres left on the road. (http://www.the-lodge-at-edinbane.co.uk)

the hills above the cottage

the hills above the cottage

The Shilasdair Yarn Shop, Waternish -- Interested in crafts, or would like to see beautiful knitwear and yarns in stunning colours?  Specialising in the naturally died yarns produced by as well as locally designed garments created by experienced hand knitters and knitkits catering for all abilities. (http://www.theskyeshilasdairshop.co.uk/)

Divers Eye, Waternish - For a knowledgeable and interesting sea excursion. (http://www.divers-eye.co.uk/)

Visitor information for Skye: http://www.skye.co.uk/ 

For a more local website for the Waternish area try: http://visit-waternish.co.uk/

Aros Community Cultural Centre (cinema, theatre, St Kilda Exhibition, cafe, shop): http://www.aros.co.uk/

Portree Tourist Information Officehttp://www.visitscotland.com/