Irene and Michael are
pleased to welcome you to their cosy 3
bedroom bed and breakfast, located just minutes
from Loch Greshornish on the picturesque
Isle of Skye.
Only recently decorated and
refurnished throughout, the property offers both a double bedroom and
two twin bedrooms, all of which have their own en-suite bathroom.
Breakfast is served in a separate dining room.
Each room features
- Private en-suite bathroom featuring a shower, WC
and wash basin
- Luxurious duvets
- Pure Egyptian cotton and designer brands fabrics
- Hair dryer
- Tea/Coffe Maker
- Flat screen television
- DVD player (we do have a selection of films
available, please ask for details when checking in)
- Free parking on site
- Free WIFI Internet Access
- Leisure vacations or short breaks
- Sandy beaches within minutes
- Romantic getaway/Honeymoon breaks
- Beautiful scenary
on your doorstep
Prices start from £30
per person or £35 single occupancy per night. We
require a 20% non-refundable deposit paid at time of
booking and the remaining balance paid in full upon
If you are considering
booking more than one room or for an extended stay, we may be able to
offer a discount. Please contact
Irene Glasgow with your
required dates for availability and price.
Please note that
there is strictly no smoking allowed upon the premises.
length of stay is two nights although bookings of one
night may be accepted if available.
to Cnoc Aluin
Bed & Breakfast
From the Skye bridge travel along the A87 heading for Portree. At the junction just before entering Portree, take the
turning on the left onto the A87, sign posted for Dunvegan and Uig
and follow the road for approximately 7 Miles. When the road splits
into two, take the left turning onto the A850 marked for Dunvegan.
this road for approximately 7 miles. You will pass a
sign for Fanks. Go straight for 1/2 a mile and you will
see two 50 miles per hour signs. Turn right into Kildonan
and follow this road down for 1/4 of a mile. Cnoc Aluin
has a blue fence, turn right up the drive and
then at the top turn right again and park you car facing
the Loch, this is Loch Greshornish.