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Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum of the Isles

Armadale Castle, Armadale, Sleat, Isle of Skye, Armadale IV45 8RS, Scotland
+44 1471 844305
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Private Full Day Tour of Skye and Lochalsh from Kyle of Lochalsh
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Armadale Castle, Armadale, Sleat, Isle of Skye, Armadale IV45 8RS, Scotland
+44 1471 844305
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Reviewed yesterday

We had a lovely day out here. It was a beautiful day. The gardens were lovely. Bluebells everywhere. Stunning Magnolia tree in full bloom. Plenty to see and the castle ruin was very impressive. We loved it.

Thank marionwatters
Reviewed 4 days ago

Wanted to see "home" of the head of the clan although not sure if it was the right "sept" Called in the museum and was directed to the library where Sue Geale helped enormously. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff - refreshing!! The...More

1  Thank trevormac51
Reviewed 1 week ago

Armadale Castle and their restaurant and shop offer great food, reasonable prices and the chance to walk the extensive manicured castle grounds. In addition the Museum of Clan Donald is located here.

2  Thank Kay K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An easy place to find just after you land from the ferry in the direction of Bradford. Beautiful gardens and interesting museum.

1  Thank Pam D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my visit today at the end i went to the cafe had soup and a scone it was really tasty i would recommend it, the only fault was it was cold as all the doors were open

1  Thank floralangel1955
Reviewed 19 April 2017

I visit here on a regular basis for information on the history of Isles and to walk through 40 acres of woodland gardens. Stunning views from the ruined castles over to the Mainland. I cannot say enough about great place that been preserved of history.

1  Thank Peter M
Reviewed 17 April 2017

We visited Armadale Castle in spring 2016 during a holiday and enjoyed it so much we went back again in 2017. Armadale Castle and the Museum of the Isles is an excellent example of what can be done when some imagination and enthusiasm is applied....More

1  Thank AndyfSP2
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Had an excellent visit to the Castle ruins and museum. The grounds are fantastic and well kept with a large play area for kids and plenty of walks and viewpoints across the water. If you are lucky, as we were, you can spot sea otters...More

1  Thank astudystar
Reviewed 9 April 2017

Armadale is simply lovely and a "must see" (and walk!) for a visit to Skye! The museum is small but informative and engaging, and the staff in the archive library room (make a reservation for this) is patient and helpful. The castle ruins are lovely...More

1  Thank Victoria S
Management response:

We are glad you enjoyed your visit. Thank you for your comments.

Reviewed 3 January 2017

This was a highlight of our holiday; very well kept grounds and the museum was curated in an engaging way with lots of beutiful things to see

1  Thank babbertastic
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does this museum cover the Glencoe massacre ?
31 August 2016|
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Response from Janet14M | Reviewed this property |
No not much reference but still an interesting place to visit plus lovely food ln cafe.
How to book for the talk about the history of the clan
12 June 2015|
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Response from Sue G | Property representative |
If you would like a special talk about the history, it is best to pre-book on the main landline number and let us know if you have a special interest group so we can tailor the talk to your group. We offer a meet and greet... More