Scorrybreac - Skye - Bed & Breakfast
Isle of Skye
Tel : 01471 822 525
Hello Just to let you know that from the 25th of July I will no longer be here as I have now sold my house. Hopefully I will be back up and running in a year in my new home just along the road.
Meanwhile here are a couple of suggestions for you to try.
I could recommend that you try my daughter Anne who stay just four doors up from me, she has a double and a single room at £27 per person including a full continental breakfast. She can be reached at email@example.com.
You could also try a friend of mine Ann Macaskill at firstname.lastname@example.org
You could also try the new owner, Ms Rachel Thornton, the house is now called Driftwood, she can be reached at www.driftwoodskye.co.uk .
Isle of Skye
Tel : +44 (0) 1471 822 525
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How to find us
If you are using SATNAV/GPS to reach us, please be aware that if you are coming by Fort William it will try and get you to turn off onto the A830, Mallaig Road, where the ferry crosses. It is better to come by the A87 Skye Bridge which is free. If you do want to come by ferry please check that it will be running by the time you reach Mallaig as it stops about 6pm during the season.
Via Skye Bridge
Cross bridge and turn right at the roundabout and travel north for 7 miles on the A87 towards Broadford, just past the Armadale junction there is a sign pictured above, turn left here for Scorrybreac. This is also easy to find at night as the stone welcome to Broadford sign is lit up with a blue light which means you can not miss it.
Via Mallaig/Armadale Ferry
Travel north for about 16 miles on the A851 towards Broadford, at the junction continue as above.
Broadford is the largest village in the South of Skye and is ideally located for exploring the whole of the Island.
A bank, postoffice, Shops, Restaurants, Bars, 24 hour filling station, laundrette, Bureau de Change, Skye Serpentarium and the famous Skye Jewellery are all available within 200 yards and 1 mile of Scorrybreac.
If you enjoy walking, there are plenty of walks available to suit everybody, for example the old Heast road runs along beside our house and offers stunning views of Broadford Bay and surrounding area, another walk to Waterloo with its sandy beach is about 2 minutes away, for something a bit more strenuous, you could walk up Beinn na Caillich, the hill you see from the front door. We also have information on a number of other walks.
For those who like fishing there are a number of places you can go to, some do require permits though we can tell you where to get these, and also tell you who to speak to to find out about some places to go fishing.
There are glass bottom boat trips available from Kyle of Lochalsh where you can see seals, and all sorts of other interesting wildlife, from Elgol to the east of Broadford you can get a boat trip to the Cullin Hills, on board the Misty Isle, to find out more information click on the link below.
If you are arriving by bus, there is a bus stop within 2 minutes of Scorrybreac, and for travelling about we can supply you with information on bicycle hire, car hire and taxi tours.
Boat trip to Loch Coruisk