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Raasay

a study in island history : documents and sources, people and places

by Sharpe, Richard

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Published by Grant & Cutler in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Raasay (Scotland)
    • Subjects:
    • Raasay (Scotland) -- History -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [243]-250.

      StatementRichard Sharpe.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA880.R2 S5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination250 p. :
      Number of Pages250
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4476742M
      ISBN 100729300609
      LC Control Number79304398

      Raasay House provides hotel style accommodation near Skye and is the perfect base to explore the beautiful and unique Islands of both Raasay and Skye. [email protected] . Located on the picturesque Isle of Raasay, a 5-minute walk from the ferry terminal, newly refurbished in Raasay House is nestled in a Georgian mansion with beautifully landscaped lawns. Boasting views across the Sound of Raasay to the Cuillin Mountains of Skye, the mansion offers luxury accommodations with free Wi-Fi, free parking, a bar /10(1K).

      Raasay is a small island in the north-west of Scotland, measuring around 5km at its widest point, and having a total length of approximately 20km. The Chevalier took the Raasay emigrants to Liverpool, where the Edward Johnston awaited to take them on the long voyage to Australia. The Edward Johnston was a sailing ship of tons and carried emigrants, including from the Isle of Raasay and from the Isle of Skye. She left Liverpool on 17 June and arrived at Portland, Victoria.

      Raasay Distillery Optional visit to t he first legal distillery on the Isle of Raasay which began distilling in They are creating a fine island single malt Scotch whisky. Raasay Distillery is a unique whisky destination with arguably the best view from any distillery in Scotland.5/5(). Book early, Raasay's limited summer accommodation sells out as fast as Skye's. There's no organised campsite or caravan pitch. There's B&B at Raasay Gallery, B&B double £85, no dogs; Oystercatcher House, B&B double £90 cash only, no dogs; and at Allt Arais. Plus a couple of self-catering cottages.


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Raasay is no more than a 15 minute ferry journey from Sconser on Skye, though the two islands are very much individual. Skye Known for its magnificent scenery and bare landscape, Raasay on the other hand offers a more personal experience for walkers looking for quieter and shorter routes away from the hustle and bustle of its famous neighbour.

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