Bed & Breakfast
Loch Aluinn is nestled on a picturesque croft at the base of majestic Glamaig Hill, overlooking the beautiful Loch Sligachan. The house is a smoke free zone and the accommodation is all on ground level. There is private parking within an enclosed garden area. Awarded 4 stars for Bed and Breakfast by the Scottish Tourist Board. Grading in 2009 gave 7 areas of the accommodation 5 star 'exceptional' standard.
Eric & Marjory offer true Highland hospitality from hosts born on the island.More Information
A warm welcome awaits you at Luib House which is set in the crofting hamlet of Luib. It rests in the middle of the Cuillin Hills and overlooks Loch Ainort with wonderful views toward the Isles of Raasay and Scalpay.
Luib House is a large and spacious home. A non-smoking establishment with ample safe off-road parking. Luib House is fully centrally heated and well behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.More Information
7 miles north of Broadford, in half an acre of gardens, Heron Cottage is a two-person cottage on the shores of Loch Ainort with ample parking, gardens which open onto the beach, and panoramic sea, island and mountain views.
Dolphins, otters, seals, eagles, buzzards, herons and various divers are a common sight from your arm-chair in the lounge.
Built and furnished to the highest standards. Double glazing and GCH throughout. Double bedroom, bathroom (bath and shower), lounge, kitchen and utility room.More Information
Loch Aluinn is nestled on a picturesque croft at the base of majestic Glamaig Hill, overlooking the beautiful Loch Sligachan. The modern spacious ground floor luxury self-contained apartment is family owned and offers all the comforts of home. Suitable for couples and parties of three.
One luxury four poster bedroom and single bedroom. Continental quilts, all bed linen and towels are provided inclusive. Central heating throughout the apartment is provided at no extra charge. A child's cot and highchair are available by prior arrangement.More Information
Residential caravan accommodation on a working croft (small farm), in a central location for all parts of the Island, with panoramic views across Loch Ainort to the Red Hills.
There are a wide range of walks and climbs to suit all levels on the surrounding hills. The area also offers mountain and climbing guides, a golf course, boat trips, pony treking and more.
Shops, launderette, car & cycle hire, bank, Post Office and medical facilities are available in nearby Broadford.More Information
Alternatively, stay indoors and watch for wildlife (seals, otters, porpoises, birds) through the picture windows, or sit outside on the decking and enjoy a drink as the tides ebb and flow.
Centrally placed for touring Skye and close to the Cuillins. Walking trails start from the door. Shops, pubs, restaurants 10 minutes away.More Information
On the ground floor there is a porch, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, bathroom with bath and shower, plus two double bedrooms. Upstairs there is a double and a single bedroom. 13 Sconser has its own private garden with an unfenced burn. Linen, towels and electricity are included in the price.More Information
Sgoirebreac Cottage nestles amongst the foothills of the famous Cuillin Mountains and on the banks of Loch Sligachan, It forms an excellent base for exploring the Isle of Skye. Less than a mile from the 9 hole golf course. There is fishing nearby. The walker and mountain climber will find this an ideal retreat, giving easy access to the spectacular Cuillin Hills for ever-challenging walks and exhilarating climbing experiences. Equally suited to the artist, who might find inspiration without even needing to leave the cottage.
Sleeps 4.More Information