A Clamhan is in a beautiful spot close beside the seashore on the edge of Loch Dunvegan, in the north west of the Isle of Skye.

We are in Colbost, a crofting township that’s part of the larger area of Glendale, surrounded by hills and moorland and near the foot of MacLeod’s Tables, the distinctive flat-topped hills of the Duirinish peninsula. Loch Dunvegan is a wide sea loch that opens into the Minch, the narrow stretch of water that separates Skye from the Outer Hebrides.

You’ll find all the travel details you need in An Clamhan travel PDF