Bed & Breakfast - Isle of Skye

[Croft House with open views]

Brae Fasach - Accommodation

Comfortable Bed and Breakfast situated on the beautiful Waternish Peninsula in north west Skye.

[Dramatic Sea and Cloudscapes]

Brae Fasach is a comfortable Bed and Breakfast situated on the  beautiful Waternish Peninsula in north west Skye with stunning views out towards the Outer Hebrides.


Brae Fasach is within walking distance of the renowned Loch Bay seafood restaurant, the oldest inn on Skye (The Stein Inn) and next door to Skye's only five star visitor attraction - SkyeSkyns. Closeby are the diving centre and wildlife cruises, beautiful coastal and moorland walks and an abundance of wildlife.

[Changing through the year]


Prices are per room, per night. The minimum stay is 2 nights. Reduced rates are available for longer stays.

[Lots of space]


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[Artist's own work on display]

Brae Fasach - Studio, Gallery & Cafe

Ian Williams, the proprietor, exhibits a large range of his own art work which is produced on the premises.

There you will find a selection of fine arts, paintings, cards, knitwear, and photography for sale.

The combination of accommodation and studio make Brae Fasach ideal for art retreat and relaxation.

[Artist's own work on display]

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Booking & Enquiries

Open all year round except January. For bookings or any other enquiries, please contact:

[Croft House with open views]

Ian Williams
Brae Fasach
Loch Bay
Isle of Skye IV55 8GD

Tel: (01470) 592 732

Internet: Use the on-line or e-mail us.

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How To Find Brae Fasach

From the Skye Bridge

Cross the bridge then turn right at the roundabout, taking the A87 to Portree. As you enter Portree, turn left onto the A87 sign posted to Uig and Dunvegan. After 5 miles you then need to turn left onto the A850, signposted for Dunvegan. Turn right onto B886 to Waternish. Follow road all the way to a T junction. Turn right at the T junction then, just after a left hand bend, you will see Brae Fasach on the right.

From the Mallaig-Armadale Ferry

Travel up the A851 towards Broadford. Turn left onto the A87 and drive to Portree. From Portree, the rest of the route is the same as above.

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Area Information & Sites of Interest

For more information about the area, local scenery and arts & crafts try these links:

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