We felt really welcome in this B&B. The room was quite big, and had a nice atmosphere. The bathroom was en-suite and very clean. Aside from the good bed, was there also a little couch and table to use. We could have stayed more days, so much we liked the Island and the B&B. The breakfast was really nice with fresh fruit and cooked as we wanted. The owners gave great tips and offered to help us with any things. The only tricky thing is that de location of this B&B is on the south of the island. Not many restaurants in the village itself, but in 20 minutes you are in the next bigger town. There is a good road up north, but it takes you some time. So instead I made a great walk in de area and loved that is was a more quiet part of the island. Also the museum with gardens in the village are a great place to visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the hillside, Homeleigh is a modern detached house providing all the comforts of home. Located in the southern peninsula of Skye, known as Sleat, we have panoramic views across the Sound of Sleat to the fishing village of Mallaig, Loch Nevis and the Knoydart Peninsula on the mainland.Homeleigh is within one mile of the Armadale to Mallaig ferry terminal.Close by are craft, pottery and clothes shops, hotel restaurant, cafe and foodstore. We are within walking distance of the Clan Donald Centre (Armadale Castle and Museum of the Isles) which includes a library full of fascinating details of clan ancestry. The Isle of Skye is renowned for its beauty, history, culture and of course abundance of wildlife. There are many opportunities for walking, fishing and 'wildlife spotting' including possible sighting of otters, whales and dolphins. Wi-fi internet available. ... more less