Roskhill House is situated in a sheltered position, with easy access to the Island's key attractions, including secluded coves, quiet beaches, dramatic coastline, lush forests and vibrant villages. Sheep, cattle and deer roam nearby - seemingly immune to Skye's "four seasons in one day" weather.
Did you know that the name Roskhill has Nordic roots. It is thought to be derived from the Old Norse "Hross" and "Gil", meaning "Horse Gully". There is indeed a gully across the road from the guest house. It has a river with a waterfall, which provides a soothing soundtrack all year round. There is, however, no evidence of horses.