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St. Kilda

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Few people have the opportunity to visit this amazing place, and I was fortunate to be one of them... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2017
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Haunting, remote beauty.

What a great place to visit. The remoteness has to be experienced to be believed. You'll get 4... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
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Reviewed 9 September 2017

Few people have the opportunity to visit this amazing place, and I was fortunate to be one of them a few weeks ago. The long boat trip over and back is worth the experience. Dual UNESCO world heritage site... do walk to the top of...More

3  Thank 2thehighlands
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

What a great place to visit. The remoteness has to be experienced to be believed. You'll get 4 hours on the island and then a trip to the sea stacks to see the bird life. If you've been to north Berwick it's very similar but...More

Thank nesamoolian
Reviewed 10 August 2017

Spent four nights on Saint Kilda with Marcus Macadam Photography. One of the best experiences I have had, and well worth the journey from Australia. The history of the village and the wildlife, birds etc. make this a truly magical place to photograph. We travelled...More

Thank jcmayer66
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

The visit to Hirta had been high on our list for a while and to get there first attempt a huge success! We went with gotostkilda, fast boats so maximum time on the island and time sailing around the cliffs. The history of the islanders...More

Thank RogerSomerville
Reviewed 23 June 2017

FINALLY , we made it out to this famed archipelago - what a trip! Great boat (Sea Harris) which coped brilliantly with the rough seas. I agree with others who have complained about the MoD buildings and supply area around Village Bay.It is a complete...More

2  Thank Scotlandmac
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

We took a trip with GoToStKilda (see separate review for them about getting there etc) from Uig on Skye. This was my second visit and just as memorable as the first. This is a very special place with stunning scenery and a sense of its...More

3  Thank Stuart B
Reviewed 26 December 2016

This was a really cool place to experience! Such a remote island and learning about Hirta and its former inhabitants is fascinating. There is a beautiful little beach to explore and lots of old building to walk between. Brought a packed lunch (a must, no...More

1  Thank brummywanderer2510
Reviewed 24 December 2016 via mobile

Amazing day, left from Leverburgh in Harris. Not a cloud in the sky. Just over 3 hours later, climbing up to the Gap above the village. Great walk around the caldera. Needed the beer provided by the boat, then home. One off my bucket list.

1  Thank Donald F
Reviewed 8 October 2016

From the many Stacs to the marvellous islands, St Kilda is certainly a stunning area to visit. Do not miss any opportunity you have to visit Hirta with so much history to share it is a must.

Thank Bruce H
Reviewed 23 August 2016

The title of this review comes from two sources: The song by Runrig, which mentions St. Kilda in the last verse; and Michael Powell's excellent 1937 film, which was actually filmed on Foula in the Shetlands, but was supposedly about St. Kilda (or Hirta, to...More

17  Thank Runrig_fan
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27 November 2015|
Response from Runrig_fan | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I just came across your question on TripAdvisor. If there was any cheaper way to get out to St. Kilda, we'd have found it. SeaHarris is a few pounds cheaper than Kilda Cruises, but that's it. Best thing to do is... More
john g
26 December 2014|
Response from GoodLifeForMe | Reviewed this property |
The only accommodation on St Kilda is where the National Trust for Scotland has made some of the cottages habitable. To stay or work there you need to contact the NTS.