A warm welcome awaits you at Raasay House Hotel and Activities. A unique and unspoilt Island location.
Comfortable and Spacious Rooms
Stunning Views of the Cuillin Hills on Skye
Delicious, Seasonal and Local menus
A fantastic location for a weekend escape
A scenic 20 minute ferry journey from Skye
Tours of the Island
Amazing and unique Wildlife and Fauna
To reach the Raasay House, there is a scenic 20 minute ferry trip from Sconser on the Isle of Skye. Sconser is approximately a 40 minute drive from the Skye Bridge and 20 minutes from Portree.
Once the ferry reaches Raasay, from the slip way follow the shoreline up to the farm buildings at the top of the hill. At the first junction, take the fork left and Raasay House main entrance is on your left.
Set in its own grounds, Raasay House has fantastic views of the Sound of Raasay and the Cuillin Hills of Skye and is surrounded by forest.
From the hotel, there are many accessible walks for beginners to the more advanced on the coast, on the hill or in the forests.
Families, Individuals, and groups are all welcome at Raasay House, as are well behaved pets! Bus groups are also welcome, prior booking advisable.
We understand how important food is to your Raasay experience, and we work hard to make sure it's one of the reasons you'll visit us again and again.
Our approach is simple. We source the best local, seasonal ingredients, and we prepare them in a delicious, authentic, wholesome, uncomplicated way all at a reasonable price.
Of course, we cater for all special dietary needs.
We also understand how to satisfy younger palates, especially after a hard day's activities.
Raasay House is fully licenced for both on and off sales. A large selection of ales, wines and whiskies are available.
Whether you're looking for adventure and high octane excitement or the chance to learn a new skill, meet new people and build confidence, Raasay House will exceed your expectations.
We cater for all ages and abilities, from beginners to advanced, under-8s to over-70s, from teenage daredevils to their more cautious mums. You can sign up for one half-day session or stay with us on a week's break with all activities included. We can tailor an activities programme to suit your needs, abilities and budget.
Raasay House is the original 1746 seat of the Clan Macleod of Raasay, although over the years it has had various owners of differing notoriety.
The house has 22 letting rooms from Deluxe to Lodge, many with spectacular views across the Sound of Raasay to the Cuillin on Skye. The bar, cafe, restaurant and grounds are all open to non-residents.
And whether you're after an informal, relaxing base from which to explore Raasay or an exciting programme of activities, you'll still be able to enjoy the trademark service and hospitality that has always been such an important part of the Raasay experience
Raasay is abundant with wildlife. From sea and golden eagles, herons and cormorants, minke whales, basking sharks, dolphins & porpoises, to deer, voles, otters and seals. Some are unique to Raasay, whilst some use Raasay as a stopover on their migration routes.
Our staff are able to point you to the best areas for wild life viewing, whether by sea or land!