Bed and Breakfast in the Hebridean Island of Raasay
How to Find Us
By car via Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge
From Kyle of Lochalsh cross the Skye Bridge, take the third exit at the roundabout towards Portree and continue on the A87 until you reach Sconser. The Caledonian Macbrayne ferry terminal for Raasay is clearly signposted. There is no booking for the ferry - just turn up and get on the next available crossing.
See below for directions from the ferry terminal on Raasy to Oystercatcher House
Sconser to Raasay Ferry
The ferry runs several times a day Monday to Saturday throughout the year. There is a limited service on Sundays.
Further information and timetables
Scottish Citylink provide a service from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Sconser on Skye connecting with the ferry to Raasay.
By car via Mallaig and the ferry to Armadale on Skye
There is a regular ferry service from Mallaig to Armadale in the south of Skye, leaving a journey of about 40 minutes from Armadale to Sconser to catch the Raasay ferry. From the ferry terminal, take the A851 northwards to meet the A87. Turn left towards Broadford and continue to Sconser where the ferry terminal is clearly signposted.
From the ferry terminal to Oystercatcher House
On getting off the ferry,, follow the road uphill and to the right for approximately 3/4rs of a mile – passing Borrowdale House and open fields on your left-hand side. You will find Oystercatcher House on your left after the Church and the Manse.
The marker on the Google map above does not point exactly at the house. Look to the left of the marker for the Y-junction. The house is just above it as shown on this local map: