Highland Adventure: Day Three and Four in Scotland

Continuing on with my last post on day one and two of my Scottish adventure (which you can read here), I’m going to be talking about day three and four 🙂 If you’re not feeling the read, you can also watch my wee vlogs below too! Have you been to The Highlands? Let me know what you thought!

hanging polaroids day three and four

10:00– We departed our cute little bothy and began our journey to Skye!
12:00- We stopped off at the cute Eilean Donan Castle, a 13th century structure which is located where three lochs meet. It’s varying historical elements made the structure all the more charming.

eilean donan castle 2

eilean donan castle

14:00- We’ve hit the Skye bridge and we’re now on our way! We can’t wait to explore the island we’ve heard so much about.
15:00- Eager to get a taste from the only whisky distillery on Skye, we headed to Talisker for a tour and tasting. You can see our reactions below haha!


16:00- Back in the car we go and we’re off to discover Neist point- rock structures along the coast and a lighthouse.


18:30- A reaaaally long drive takes us to The Old Man of Storr, an amazing formation of rocks that have been the setting for many a film, including Interstellar. After attempting the steep climb for a better view, we headed back to the car with weary legs but giant smiles!

21:00- We finally arrive at our little lodge in Achintraid and it’s looking out on a loch- it’s fabulous!

achintraid lodge


09:30- Waking up bright but not so early, we grab some Scottish oats for breakfast before heading off for a brand new day. We’re at the northern most point of our trip, so we’re looking to make the slow-ish decent back down to Glasgow over a day.

11:00- Right on Loch Ness is Urquhart Castle, a certified historical ruin. After a short presentation we saunter around the location, taking in all it’s glories.

urquhart castle

12:30- We’re on the road again after a bite to eat, taking the long road south!

14:30- A detour from the main road we’re travelling on, we decided to take a gander at Glenfinnan Viaduct, one of the filming locations used in Harry Potter. It might be spitting but that isn’t dampening our spirits!


16:00- The views from Glencoe are spectacular and honestly we’re so glad it rained! The clouds are moodily drifting between the mountains and it’s so magical we stop for pictures.

glen coe

18:30- And breaaaathe. We’re at our fourth accommodation, an adorable Armadilla. It’s cute, cosy and we’re so glad we’re here early so we can spend a long evening chilling out.



You can watch our day four adventures below:

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