Getting to Larchside couldn’t be simpler. The location and address of the B&B is provided below. If you would prefer, you can contact us directly for further travel advice.



Bed & Breakfast

Isle Of Skye,
IV51 9HT
Tel: 01478 611 884

Traveling to Skye:

By Ferry: 

There are two ferry routes to Skye from the mainland. The most popular route is from Mallaig to Armadale where the ferry operates all year round (see the Caledonian MacBrayne website for more details). An alternative, more scenic route to the island involves a ferry crossing from Glenelg to Kylerhea, which was the main crossing point to the island up until the 19th century.  The Skye Ferry operates across the narrows through the summer months (April to October). 

 By Road:

The Skye Bridge offers the fastest and easiest route to the island, providing a continuation of the A87 trunk road through Kyle of Lochalsh to the village of Uig on the island . The design of the bridge is something to behold and a testament to modern engineering as you still gain that feeling you are travelling “over the sea to Skye”. 

Directions to Larchside:

When on the island, follow signs for the A87 and Portree. Upon arrival at Portree, bear right into the village on the A855 and follow signs for Staffin. Around 2km out of Portree turn left at the Achachork sign. Larchside B&B  is approximately 2km along this road on the right.

Check out our street view directions video to help you familiarise yourself with the location of the house.


If you have any queries which are not covered by this website, you can contact Larchside Bed & Breakfast directly. Craig & Kasia will be more than happy to answer any questions you have or discuss special arrangements you may require. Call us at the telephone number above or alternatively, please complete and submit the form below.

Thanks for visiting and we look forward to hearing from you.


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