B&B in Armadale, Sleat and Kyleakin

Burnbank Bed & Breakfast, Tarskavaig
No pets

Burnbank Bed & Breakfast    Tarskavaig

Guests love the birdsong, sea air and wonderfully timeless natural landscape surrounding our 170 year old cottage in beautiful Tarskavaig. We offer a pretty meadow view twin en-suite room and adjoining sun porch with seating for two. A continental breakfast with fresh fruit, porridge/ cereals, home-made preserves and free-range eggs is served in our sun-room with views to the Isle of Rum. With no mobile reception locally and no on-tap wi-fi (minimal Internet service to the village) a ‘digital detox’ will give you the opportunity for maximum peace and quiet.

White Heather Hotel, Kyleakin
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

White Heather Hotel    Kyleakin

A warm welcome awaits you at our cosy 'home away from home', nestled on the harbourside in the idyllic village of Kyleakin, just over the Bridge on the Isle of Skye. The White Heather is a small, non smoking, family run hotel, with just 9 immaculately presented, ensuite bedrooms, providing that personal touch. Two guest lounges, with large TV, BOSE Wave CD/Radio, games & books. Small guest kitchenette for guests - fridge, washer/dryer, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, iron. Guest study, with iMac, more books and magazines. Free WiFi.

Thistles on Skye, Camuscross

Thistles on Skye    Camuscross

Luxurious rooms.comfort and delicious food in a stunning.newly-refurbished boutique Bed & Breakfast.. Situated on a traditional croft in Sleat.South Skye.we are ideally situated for the Skye Bridge or for the Armadale to Mallaig ferry. We offer a great base from which to explore the magical island of Skye..Two beautifully designed en-suite bedrooms each with a comfortable sitting area from which to enjoy the panoramic views over the Sound of Sleat to Loch Hourn and the Knoydart peninsula.

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