Murray and Norma welcome you to true Highland hospitality at their luxurious bed and breakfast on a lochside working croft with panoramic views all round. Centrally situated on the west coast of Skye providing an ideal base for which to tour the Island. Talisker Distillery is a 10 minute walk and the magnificent Cuillin mountain range and Glen Brittle beach are a 10 minute drive.
Langal has 3 luxurious and cosy rooms, 1 double en-suite, a double and twin, with private facilities. Car parking, secure parking for bicycles and motorcycles. Drying room.
Reflections is ideally placed for easy access to the famous Cuillin Hills ranges, Glen Brittle Beach and Talisker Bay. A 15 minute drive will allow you to explore and enjoy some awesome sights. A 5 minute drive away from Talisker Distillery.
Dolina will assure you of a warm welcome on your arrival The accommodation offers 1 Double Bedroom and 1 Twin Room. Both rooms have private En-Suite facilities.
Perfectly located 8 miles from Glen Brittle on the road to the Talisker distillery and overlooking Loch Harport, Marsco Bed and Breakfast is the ideal base from which to explore the Cuillins. High quality accommodation is provided in: 1 twin and 2 large double rooms both with loch views. As well as enjoying a hearty breakfast, packed lunches and evening meals also available. Come and share some quality time with us.
Open year-round and as seen on ITV1's 'Robson Green's Coastal Lives', The Passing Place is a luxury private B&B room in an award-winning, architect-designed house overlooking Loch Bracadale on the Isle of Skye's stunning west coast. Nearby are the famous Fairy Pools, the epic Cuillin Mountains, the Talisker Distillery and beautiful Glenbrittle. The area is great for walking and has abundant wildlife including Golden and Sea Eagles and Red Deer, while porpoise and dolphin are regularly spotted in the sea loch. Prices start from £75 per night.
Taigh Ailean (Tie Allan), where Allan Macleod chose a remote lochside location for his croft and, a century later, we chose to make our home because of its peaceful beauty. We are ideally situated for walkers, climbers (and Munro baggers), photography, fishing, pottering about eating cake and buying crafts. Our lively bar, Munros, serves excellent food using highland produce, including locally foraged ingredients such as wild garlic, chanterelles and razor clams. Johnny, Katie and Fritz look forward to helping you get the very most out of your stay.