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Skye for a week with children at Easter
I have a cottage booked for a week near Loch Snizort at the start of April. I have 2 children aged 9 and 12 and am looking for some 'must dos'. So far I have read about Loch Coruisk, Dunvegan Castle, Fairy Pools, Nest Point and Old Man of Storr. Wondering if anyone had any other good places they would recommend. Also looking for excursions. Was hoping to go whale watching but seems we've hit the wrong time of year....
Initially I had hoped to get the ferry from Uig to the Outer Hebrides on a day trip, but it seems that due to ferry times that would involve a night away unless anyone knows any better.
Final question is more in hope than expectation. We are a vegetarian family with 2 vegans. Are there any recommendations for places to eat?
Thanks in advance!