Bed & Breakfast
Newly built Agustin is just above the small fishing village of Kyleakin with stunning views over the sea to Kyle of Lochalsh with the Kintail mountains providing a breath-taking backdrop. The purpose built accommodation is modern, stylish and finished to a high standard.
Located just a two minute walk from the Skye Bridge, Agustin is easily accessible and perfectly situated for visiting the rest of the Island.More Information
Ceòl-na-Mara translated from the Gaelic means "Music of the Sea", a fitting name for this lovely house overlooking the sea in tranquil Kyleakin, "Gateway to Skye". An ideal base for touring Skye and Wester Ross by car, it is also convenient to the railway station in Kyle of Lochalsh and to the bus routes.
Well equipped family, double and twin rooms are available. The house is centrally heated throughout and has a television lounge and plenty of parking space. A warm welcome awaits you all year round.More Information
A warm welcome awaits you at this cosy family run hotel, nestled on the harbourside in the idyllic village of Kyleakin. All 9 bedrooms are ensuite & have TVs, hairdryers & tea/coffee making facilities. For the comfort of all our guests we are "No Smoking" throughout. Both guest lounges, the breakfast room & most bedrooms enjoy lovely views across the harbour to Castle Moil, the mountains beyond & miles down Loch Alsh.More Information
Inver Rose is a spacious detached bungalow in a peaceful location on the outskirts of Kyleakin village.
1/3 acre garden. Comfortably sleeps six, but also popular with couples. Spacious lounge, with new Panasonic 50" plasma TV and Blu ray player. The cottage has panoramic views over Kyleakin, and the 14th Century Castle Moil to the Sea and the Kintail mountains.
Inver Rose is the perfect base for Skye, Kintail and Wester Ross.More Information
Right on the water's edge in the little village of Kyleakin in the south of Skye, Duart Cottage is a charming, whitewashed, traditional cottage equipped and furnished to a very high standard. It is perfectly placed both for exploring the island itself and the glorious west coast of mainland Scotland across the water.More Information