Raasay House

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Clachan
Raasay
Isle of Skye
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
IV40 8PB

Raasay House, Raasay

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A fantastic location for a holiday or a weekend escape. Raasay House is completely refurbished and renovated historic clan mansion. Once the clan seat of the MacLeods of Raasay, Raasay House is set in it's own grounds and is the perfect place to explore the beautiful islands of Raasay and Skye.

At Raasay House you will find: A Warm Welcome & First Class Hospitality A Variety of Quality Rooms from Luxury to Lodge A Range of Exhilarating Outdoor Activities Fabulous Locally Sourced Food in our Cafe or Bar Cosy Fires Outside Terrace Local Information & Gift Shop

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