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Every room from Neil Hope and Lesley Unwin’s modern, architect-designed building has ‘glorious views’ of Broadford Bay and the Cuillin mountains. More

Contact details

Tigh an Dochais
13 Harrapool, Isle of Skye,
Broadford
Highland
IV49 9AQ.
Scotland
Tel 01471 820022,

Hotel information

Bedrooms

3. All on ground floor.

Open

Mar–Nov.

Facilities

Lounge/dining area, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freesat).

Background music

Traditional, occasionally, during breakfast.

Children

All ages welcomed (in own room, no special facilities).

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

Per room B&B £105. Set menu £25.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Every room at Neil Hope and Lesley Unwin’s modern, architect-designed B&B has ‘glorious views’ of Broadford Bay and the Cuillin mountains. Cross a galvanised footbridge to get to the bright, open-plan lounge and dining areas; there are plump sofas, a log-burning stove and a wall of books to browse. Tartan-accented bedrooms, each with sliding doors leading to larch decking, are on the floor below. In the morning, Neil Hope cooks a ‘delicious breakfast’, taken communally. There’s plenty of local produce to sample: sausages from a Skye farmstead; cheeses from the Isle of Lewis; home-made bread, muffins and yogurt. An evening meal can be arranged in advance; restaurants are within walking distance. The ‘friendly hosts’ provide ‘helpful information’ on local walks, beachcombing and kayaking. 1 mile E of Broadford.

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Tigh an Dochais
13 Harrapool, Isle of Skye,
Broadford
Highland
IV49 9AQ.

Guest comments

'What a lovely place to stay. Glorious views, comfortable rooms, great breakfasts. Neil also cooked us a delicious dinner for when we arrived.He was also very helpful with places to go and see. ' - Caroline Rand - October, 2013
'Excellent, unpretentious B&B that lives fully up to the description in thee GHG. Plus points: very clean, and 'dogs not allowed'; wonderful views through the huge plate-glass windows in both lounge and bedrooms; friendly, helpful owner; comfortable beds in good-sized and well-equipped bedrooms; good breakfasts and excellent evening meal (good value for £25).Disadvantages: shared table for breakfast could be unwelcome (but for us it was a bonus due to interesting other guests); owner not able to prepare evening meal every day ' - - April, 2013

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