Berabhaigh, a traditional croft house has been in the Macmillan family for over 150 years. It is now owned and run by Anne and Ian Macmillan. Berabhaigh has been tastefully modernised to retain its original character and provide a very high standard of comfort and facilities. There is private off-street parking for guests.
Berabhaigh is situated in a quiet location close to the centre of the village of Broadford and enjoys uninterrupted views over Broadford Bay to the mainland hills beyond. It is within very easy walking distance of restaurants, shops, hotels, bank, service station, 24 hour laundrette etc.
Broadford is centrally located and is an excellent base for touring the whole of Skye, walking, climbing, golfing, boat trips, sightseeing and more. Anne and Ian are most willing to give advice on drives, walks and places of interest. There is free use of local maps and guide books.
Should you decide to spend some time with us at Berabhaigh you are assured of genuine Highland hospitality, amid magnificent scenery in comfortable relaxing surroundings.
1x En-suite twin bedroom
1x En-suite double bedroom
Both letting bedrooms enjoy sea views and have spacious en suite facilities with baths and showers. TV, hairdryer and coffee/tea making facilities are provided in each room.
Regretfully smoking is not allowed within the house.
Free WiFi internet access.
Have a look at some of our recent visitor reviews.
Berabhaigh B&B is also recommended in the "Lonely Planet" and "Rough" guide books.
From £35 (low season) to £38 (high season) per person per night.
Open from March to October.
Head for Broadford on the A87 from the Skye Bridge (Kyle of Lochalsh).
Alternatively take the ferry crossing from Glenelg to Kylerhea or Mallaig to Armadale and join the A87 just south of Broadford.
As you enter Broadford you will see the Veterinary practice and the Claymore Restaurant on your right.
Continue on for some 250 metres, take the slip road to the left (signposted Limepark / Blackpark).
follow the road round to the right, go over the bridge and Berabhaigh is the second house on your left.
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