Tigh na Bruach

Bed and Breakfast

Carbostbeag, Carbost, Isle of Skye. IV47 8SH

01478 640449 (from outside UK: +441478 640449)


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Visitor Attractons

There are so many things to see and do on Skye. Almost on our doorstep is the Talisker Whisky Distillery, which offers guided tours, and is well worth a visit. Carbost's Old Inn is one of the busiest pubs on the island and offers an excellent menu as well as good ales and whiskies plus regular live music sessions..

A little further afield, find historic Dunvegan Castle and Gardens, ancestral home of Clan MacLeod; and then drive another few miles to take a stroll to see Skye's unique Coral Beach, or visit the most westerly tip of Skye at Neist Point.. Keep your eyes open - you may spot eagles, otters or deer almost anywhere on Skye, and Neist Point is a good vantage point to look for basking sharks or minkie whales.

On Waternish Peninsula, visit Skye's tannery, SkyeSkyns, then have a drink or a meal at the nearby Stein Inn.

Beauty is where-ever you go. Every turn or hill reveals another fabulous view - keep your camera handy!

On another day, take an excursion to Trotternish, in the north of the island. The ferry port of Uig provides a connection to the Outer Isles - maybe return another time to take a holiday on Lewis or Uist. Tour Trotternish to take in the Museum of Island Life, the grave of Flora MacDonald and Staffin Museum. Gaze in awe at the fascinating rock formations of the Quiraing, and take a walk up the hill to The Old Man of Storr.

South from Trotternish is the small town of Portree - Skye's 'capital'. Here you will find shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and a busy tourist information office.


Skye Gallery - click any picture to read a description and view full-size

Carbost sheep ElgolTalisker distilleryWinter viewTalisker Bay

SligachanLoch HarportGlen Brittle BeachSunsetcoastal scenery

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