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Raasay can be reached via ferry from Sconser and it is well worth spending a day there. The ferry landing is very close to Raasay House which is easily reached on foot.

Raasay House
Raasay House
View towards Sconser from Raasay House
View from Raasay House towards Sconser

Raasay is most famous for being the birthplace of the poet Sorley MacLean, an important figure in the Scottish literary renaissance.

Raasay House is open for meals and drinks all day and makes a perfect base for exploring the Island.

A secluded beach on Raasay
One of Rassay's secluded beaches
View towards Trotternsh from Raasay
View towards Trotternish
The Old Man of Storr from Raasay
The Storr and Old Man of Storr

Raasay is traditionally the home of Clan MacSween. The island was ruled by the MacLeods from the 15th to the 19th century.

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