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“small hills” (14 reviews)

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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very pretty little place with a very interesting landscape. Short hike from the very small car park. It is uphill, but it is an easy and small hill. Someone arranged a small group of stones in a spiral pattern to enhance the landscape an make...More

Thank suchagirl
Reviewed 3 days ago

True to its name, Faerie Glen can be a magical little place with some imagination. It's not difficult to get to by car, and we saw a few people eating their packed lunches on the stone wall, which was a cute idea. Wish we had...More

Thank Squirrel_Patrol
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very interesting landscape. It does look just like a place for fairies! Nice stop. Glad we were on a tour so our guide did the driving on that narrow road!

Thank Robertalay
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Glen is beautiful! Its full of small hills and lakes with heaps of paths for you to explore. Its out of the way though, on a one lane windy road. If you get the chance then I recommend that you visit but it isn't...More

Thank orrc1601
Reviewed 5 days ago

was quiet hard to find but was worth it,the views are stunning from the top of the hills,it is very popular was lot of folk there.it is well worth trying to find,we did find it with help from locals with directions.

Thank ronnie c
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is worth a detour on your Island mapping. Good picnic spot and unusual shapes and landscapes plus a easy accessible jelly leg exposed point up the ruined castle on offer to add to the fun of the more daring or for a bit of...More

Thank lindadickinson
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We stopped here first thing in the morning on our tour of Skye so there were not many other tourists there at the time. The Circles are quite interesting and the view from the top of Castle Ewan was gorgeous! The only downside to this...More

Thank CAThorne
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Unusual grassy knolls make up this area, good for having an explore in the ups and downs, valleys and secluded little areas it creates. Some little areas with lots of moss on trees and stones makes for pretty photos. We spent maybe two hours here....More

Thank Helen-9999
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Please make time if you can for this short detour off the main Uig/Portree road. Utterly delightful and (as a non geological type) mysterious landscape. Why it wasn't used in the filming of a hundred magical mythical adventures can only be explained by the tricky...More

Thank TheAdmirals
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I love it here. This is an interesting place on the face of it but requires you to have a little imagination and magic in your soul to get the best out of a trip here I think. There is not a lot to see...More

Thank Nortonside
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Mandi S
Is it close enough to park in Uig and walk in?
21 May 2017|
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Response from TheAdmirals | Reviewed this property |
Depends how fit you are! I wouldn't attempt it.
I have a three year old son traveling with me. Is it safe for us to visit this place with a kid?
30 November 2015|
Response from Debrastorr |
Yes except the climb to the 'castle'. The slopes will be exciting and he/she will be able to climb to the summit of some hillocks happily. Beware rocks, and as this is open land, there may be sheep and deer poo about ..
Rachel C
Are dogs allowed?
4 May 2015|
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Response from Ferretaid | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I only saw this now! Yes as it is basically an open space however please respect it and do not allow your dog to dig or destroy the area. Also make sure you clean up after your pet. I have gone there at times to see... More