Horse riding… walking… climbing… bird watching… golf… canoeing… diving… fine dining… wild life photography… boat trips… history and archeology… chilling and dreaming.
Whatever your reason for visiting Skye, Alexander and Ocean Graham welcome you to Six Willows vegetarian B & B.
As some activities are seasonal, we advise checking beforehand.
Places to visit:
The Glendale Community Hall
(with toilet facilities, area map and information board)
Ceitag's Restaurant and Tea Room
The Glendale Shop and Post Office
– 01470 511266
– 01470 521207
Raven Press Gallery
– 01470 511748
Red Roof Cafe and Gallery
– 01470 511766 - The Red Roof Cafe have music nights on many Fridays throughout the summer. Please look at the schedule on
No. 10 Studio and Gallery
– 01470 511795
Colbost Folk Museum
– 01470 521296
The Three Chimneys Restaurant and House-over-By
– 01470 511258
Skye Silver Jewellery
– 01470 511263
The Glendale Martyrs’ Memorial
Tuesday craft market in the Community Hall
- Phone to watch a bicycle powered loom at work - 01470 511201
is a year-long multi-disciplinary project looking at culture, performance, music visual arts and crafts. Taking as its starting point the theme of spin; it draws inspiration from many areas and will explore things that revolve and turn, rotate, mirror, repeat and turn.
A 40 - 60 minute performance presented as a live sonic and visual laboratory exploring: the physics of circular and periodic motion; of cycles; and of things that spin, rotate, repeat, and oscillate, and the islands relationship with spinning. Created in collaboration with singers, musicians, cyclists, spinners and weavers during a weeklong residency on the island.
For information about
on:01478 611143 / 07787 511847 or by
There is also the charity we are supporting called '
Hands Across the Water
' which is funding an orphanage in Thailand created as a result of the Tsunami.
. We will add £1 to the fund for every booking made this year. You may read up about this project on their website.
was built because of Gill and Peter's amazing ability to raise funds. To help raise the £50,000 required for the orphanage, Gill undertook an ultra marathon run along the West Highland Way and then the Great Glen Way in which she ran 95 miles in five days and then a further 75 miles. On the 29 August 2006 the Baan Tharn Nanchai Orphanage was officially opened. It is based in the Taqua Pa region of Thailand, which is located north of Phuket Island. There are 33 children aged 4 to 15 living at the orphanage who lost both of their parents during the Tsunami. Thanks to Hands Across the Water these children now have a comfortable permanent home with dormitories, bathrooms, a music room and a large play area.
From Six Willows B&B there are some good local walks and dives (see the page for walks and dives). Excellent additional local information and walks at
The village shop, restaurant
are a short walk away.