Bed & Breakfast
Situated peacefully in historic Glen Suardal, Swordale House offers comfortable Bed & Breakfast two miles from Broadford, on the B8083 road to Elgol.
Alan and Barbara Christie as your hosts offer comfort and hospitality in a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Three cosy double bedrooms each have their own ensuite facilities, tea and coffee trays, hairdryers and visitor information packs, not to mention magnificent views.More Information
If you're looking for a relaxed and friendly rural retreat that's just a little bit different with a touch of luxury - somewhere for you to relax and take a deep breath and unwind following a day out exploring Skye - then Allt a Choire is the B&B for you.
Escape to the magical Isle of Skye and experience a warm Skye welcome. Our home, Allt a Choire is set in one acre of rugged landscape, situated beneath the mountain Beinn Na Caillich, in a tranquil location with stunning panoramic views.More Information
A striking, Scandinavian-themed wooden house in the small crofting township of Heaste. Situated 100m above sea level, Art House enjoys unsurpassed views of the mainland hills of Knoydart, Loch Eishort and the Sleat peninsula, with the island of Rum completing the panorama.
This light and airy house is less then 2 years old. Large windows abound to capitalize on the wonderful scenery. The interior has an eclectic mix of furnishings with works of art by local artists and Rob and Sally.More Information
Berabhaigh offers a warm welcome and Four Star accommodation in a traditional croft house which has been in the Macmillan family for over 150 years. Tastefully modernised to retain its old charm and character it provides one twin room and one double room each en-suite with TV, radio, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Maps and guides are loaned free.
Berabhaigh, quietly situated in Broadford, is within easy walking distance of all amenities and enjoys magnificent uninterrupted views over Broadford Bay.More Information
Caberfeidh offers 2 en-suite double rooms and 1 en-suite single room, with TVs, hairdriers, radios and a host of thoughtful extras which will make your stay as comfortable as possible.
Your hostess, Mrs Peggy MacKenzie, was born on Skye and will be delighted to help you make the most of your visit to this beautiful island.More Information
Clisham offers superior, non-smoking, accommodation in one en-suite double bedroom (so no chance of being disturbed by other guests), with tea / coffee making facilities, hair dryer and colour television. Centrally heated throughout. Guests have exclusive use of the spacious lounge.
Clisham is centrally located, an ideal base for exploring Skye and the surrounding mainland. Ideal for hill walking, bird watching and other outdoor activities. Close to an otter observation hide.
A warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere awaits you at Clisham.More Information
A warm welcome awaits you at Dunedin Bed & Breakfast. Situated in the centre of Broadford, 5 minutes walk from the local amenities, including bars, restaurants and supermarket, Dunedin is a beautiful character-filled house with spacious bedrooms, stunning views of Broadford Bay and colourful gardens.
All upstairs bedrooms are ensuite with TV and tea & coffee making facilities. Hearty breakfasts are served in the downstairs lounge / dining room overlooking the bay.More Information
The Hebridean Hotel is a family run hotel where children are welcome. Twin, double, single and family rooms are available, some en-suite. The restaurant has a children's licence and excellent Scottish menu featuring seafood and home made cuisine.
The restaurant and bedrooms overlook the bay of Broadford, with beautiful views of Skye and nearby islands. Bar meals are also available. Non-residents welcome. Small parties catered for.More Information
Hillview's four star accommodation is an ideal base for exploration of Skye and the surrounding mainland. Ideal for hill walking, bird watching, and other outdoor activities.
A warm welcome awaits.More Information
One double room in a newly built house on the water's edge, seven miles north of Broadford. Magnificent sea views, abundant wildlife and sunrises and sunsets to die for. Bright, airy bedroom with spacious ensuite shower-room. TV / DVD, tea / coffee making facilities, free broadband internet access (WiFi or wired), and free laptop loan if needed.
Generous breakfasts with plenty of choice: traditional or continental style. Easy to find, and ideally placed for touring Skye. Free safe off-road parking.More Information
Comfortable rooms, all ensuite, and a guest lounge with woodburning stove, library, and free internet access. Great home cooking, and a range of beers, wines and spirits available.
This central location enables you to visit all corners of this majestic Island. Ideal for walkers and climbers situated close to the Red and Black Cuillin Mountains.More Information
They have a comfortable living / dining room with a stove, TV / DVD, Sky FreeSat and WiFi, kitchen and utility room, an open aspect to moor, mountain and sea, with a garden and patio area. Maps, guides, books and DVDs are provided. There is ample parking and secure cycle store.
Within walking distance of Broadford Bay and a mile from the village.More Information
Aisling Cottage is a traditional crofthouse in a peaceful rural location. Thoughtfully upgraded to spoil you with luxury, Aisling has everything you need for a special holiday ? a relaxing break for two, or an energetic holiday for walkers and climbers.
A short walk from all the facilities of Broadford, Skye's second-largest village, Aisling is well positioned to explore the island and the mainland, with stunning views to the Cuillins and Broadford Bay.
Our website has full details and lots of photos.More Information
Ardmore, locally owned and run, is a stunning luxury 3 bedroomed (2 ensuite) bungalow which has been finished furnished and equipped to the highest standards.
Quietly located in the village of Broadford, it enjoys panoramic sea or mountain views from all rooms and is an ideal centre from which to tour all of the romantic Isle of Skye and Wester Ross. It caters for a maximum of 6 people and is within easy walking distance of all local amenities and attractions.More Information
Burnside Cottage is a lovely traditional two bedroom cottage, that sleeps 4 people and is situated in the village of Broadford at the south end of the Isle of Skye. The cottage is centrally located in the village with easy access to local shops and pubs.
The cottage is situated near the Sleat peninsula, "the Garden of Skye" and the Cuillin Mountains. These rugged mountains are world famous for climbers and a haven for walkers.More Information
The Garden Cottage on Scalpay with uninterrupted views of the sea is on a stunning unique island reached by private boat. Trout fishing in fresh water lochs; 600 acres of both new and old forestry, abundant wildlife, red deer, otters, seals, birds and birds of prey, and many species of wild flowers, mosses and lichens.
Children love the feedom, crab fishing and rockpooling in the large area of foreshore as well as exploring the island, swimming in the lochs or the sea. You can walk virtually anywhere and have the island almost to yourselves.More Information
Garradh Mailaidh is a completely refurbished bungalow with wheelchair access and consists of two ensuite bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen, a separate bathroom and a lounge looking out to Beinn na Callaich. It sits in a lovely secluded garden with its own burn running through. Wi Fi internet access is available.
Located on the outskirts of the village of Broadford two minutes stroll from a restaurant and bar, the local supermarket and 24 hour garage, it is an ideal base for exploring the mountains or just easy walking.More Information
Well equipped. Open plan living; wood burning stove. Sleeps 6 in 2 twin and 1 double with ensuite shower plus another bath / shower. The wonderful sea facing conservatory has views on three sides where you can watch the evening sun turn the hills pink as you sip a glass of wine.More Information
The house, set back 80 yards from the road, faces south with uninterrupted views and is surrounded by its own walled garden of 1/3 acre.
The house has electric heating in all rooms and a coal burning stove in the sitting room. The house is private, quiet, comfortable and has no television.More Information
Located just three miles from the busy village of Broadford, which has shops, eating places and garage, Rowan Cottage stands on the sea shore with gated access from the garden onto the beach. Views from the cottage take in the nearby Isle of Scalpay and the distant mainland mountains.
The characterful cottage has exposed stone walls and wood burning stove, plus a modern fitted kitchen and a bathroom with overbath electric shower. There is one double and one twin bedroom.
Dogs welcome.More Information
Open plan kitchen and sitting room with glorious views. One ground floor single bedroom and bathroom with disabled access. Two upstairs bedrooms, one ensuite. Sleeps six maximum.
Very well equipped and comfortably furnished. Rental includes heating, hot water, electricity and hire of bed-linen and towels. Non smoking. Open all year.More Information
This 18th century cottage sits on the shore in the hamlet of Dunan. From its spectacular setting it overlooks the Isle of Scalpay with views of Raasay and Ben Tianavaig to the north. Its secluded position makes it ideal for wildlife watching. Otters, seals, dolphins and sea eagles have all been seen from the house.
Shops, restaurants and medical facilities are 5 miles away in Broadford. Portree, the capital of the island, is 20 miles to the north.More Information
We are located in the south of Skye on the shores of Broadford Bay, enjoying spectacular unrestricted sea views. The cottage provides a cosy and relaxing base to explore the beautiful Isle of Skye.
Sleeps up to six people. Children welcome. Walking distance to local pubs and restaurants.More Information
Tigh na Cairidh (Gaelic for house on the fish trap) is superbly located on the shores of Loch Na Cairidh with amazing views towards Broadford, the Isle of Scalpay, Beinn Na Caillich and the surrounding hills.
Easy access to the whole island as well as being convenient for a host of pubs, restaurants, shops and other facilities.More Information