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Activities near Broadford, Isle of Skye

Sports Water sports, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

How to find us..

Please print out these directions and use them to find your way to us. If your sat nav doesn't come up with the full address then it won't bring you directly to us as most of lower breakish has the same post code so please use these detailed directions.

If approaching from the south follow the A87 from the Skye Bridge towards Broadford for about 7 miles until you come into the 40 mph, pass the first turn for Lower Breakish and continue on the A87 for about half a mile until you see the Red Skye Restaurant on your left, take the next turn for Lower breakish which is just ahead on your right. Follow the road over the hill until you reach a staggered cross roads, head straight across and continue down the hill towards the sea until you reach a T junction, take a right and we are the 5th house on the right, you will see our sign staying 'Strathallan B & B' drive through the gates and park in one of the two guest spaces available.

Coming from the north follow the A87 south out of Broadford heading towards the Skye Bridge, pass through Scullamus and just after the narrow bridge take the turn for Lower Breakish on your left, about half a mile along the road there is a staggered cross roads, take a left here. Follow the road down towards the shore until you get to the T junction, take a right and we are the 5th house on the right, you will see our sign staying 'Strathallan B & B' drive through the gates and park in one of the two guest spaces available.

Coming from the Armadale ferry, follow the road towards Broadford. When you reach the T junction take a right and head along the road until just after the narrow bridge you see the turn for Lower Breakish then follow the directions above as if coming from Broadford.

Please be aware that if using your sat nav to get you here it may bring you via the Mallaig - Armadale ferry. If you choose this route please check ferry times as out of season there are fewer ferries daily. Please check the Calmac website for up to date timetables.

If looking for a traditional "over the sea to Skye" route you may want to consider the Glenelg - Kylerhea ferry have a look at their website for more information.

If arriving by bus, ask the driver to drop you off at the bus stop nearest the Breakish hall. If someone is available, you may be able to be collected here and brought to the accommodation, please request this when booking. Otherwise it is a 10-15 min walk. Due to our location it is advisable to have the use of a car.