At the Waternish road-end, 4 miles beyond Stein, is the ruin of Trumpan Church, which was set alight by the MacDonalds of Uist in 1578,...
Calum’s Seal Trips
Calum’s Seal Trips runs seal-watching cruises – there are swarms of the slippery fellas just outside the harbour, and the trip comes...
Plockton Boat Hire
If you fancy exploring the bay and seeing the village from the water, you can rent one- and two-person canoes and rowing boats from this...
Red Roof Café
Tucked away up a glen, a mile off the main road, this restored 250-year-old byre is a wee haven of home baking and home-grown grub. As...
Lonely Planet review
The couple who run this place, a few miles north of Stein, moved to Skye in 1971 and now raise sheep, hand-spin woollen yarn, and hand-dye a range of wools and silks using natural dyes. You can see the dyeing process and try hand-spinning in the exhibition area behind the studio, which sells finished knitwear as well as yarns.