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Monkstadt 1745 is perched on the Trotternish Peninsula, on the North-west coast of the Isle of Skye. With a backdrop of sea views, Skye’s west coastline and the Outer Hebrides.

Monkstadt 1745 is perfectly placed to discover all that this magnificent Island has to offer. Here are some ideas on what you can do…..

The wider area of Kilmuir is steeped in history. It is home to Flora MacDonald’s grave, and the shore where Bonnie Prince Charlie landed in 1746 is just below Monkstadt 1745.

For those interested in the area’s history, look at our “Historic Itinerary” for some inspiration and ideas on what historic attractions Monkstadt 1745 has to offer.


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Adventure Activities

Looking to go off the beaten track and experience Skye a little differently from the norm? 

Skye Adventure

You can crawl through awesome caves and dive off the sea cliffs near to Monkstadt 1745, with Skye Adventure. They also offer gorge walking, climbing, hill walking and ridge traverses with their team of professional and friendly local guides Sarah, John and Matt. 

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Skye Ghillie

For fishing, foraging or deer stalking go with Skye Ghillie, a professional, local guide who will let you see Skye from a different angle.

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 Skye’s Outdoor Centre, a small but busy family run centre offering outdoor activities and experiences just next door to Monkstadt 1745.

They offer kayaking, canoeing, climbing and abseiling, mountain boarding, hill walking, crating and archery!

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Seaflower Skye

Take off from our capital village of Portree on a luxury day trip around the seas of Skye, Raasay and the beautiful island of Rona aboard Seaflower Skye. Serving fresh local seafood and other refreshments for a truly unique dining experience at sea.

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