Travelling to Skye - and useful web links
By air: The nearest airport is at Inverness, which is on the mainland about 100 miles from here. It is served by flights from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and a number of Scottish airports. See http://www.hial.co.uk/inverness-airport.html) for details. Airlines using Inverness include easyJet (http://www.easyjet.co.uk), which offers flights at budget prices. Connections by coach (to Broadford) and by train (to Kyle of Lochalsh) are available from Inverness city centre - see below for link.
By road: The most convenient way to get to Skye is across the bridge (toll-free now!) from Kyle of Lochalsh to Kyleakin. Alternatively, you may catch the Caledonian MacBrayne seasonal car ferry, from Mallaig to Armadale (http://www.calmac.co.uk) or the small private ferry - also seasonal - from Glenelg to Kylerhea. We are only about 20 minutes' drive away from the Skye Bridge.
By train: The nearest station is at Kyle of Lochalsh which is on the mainland nearby. Trains run to and from Inverness, where there are connections to other parts of the UK. It is now possible to look up train times and buy tickets online at http://www.thetrainline.com.
By coach: There are regular services to Skye from Glasgow and Inverness. These are co-ordinated by CityLink (http://www.citylink.co.uk). For details of coach travel from other parts of the UK, and to research times and buy tickets online for all the UK services (including those to Skye) contact Natiional Express coaches (http://www.nationalexpress.co.uk)
USEFUL WEB LINKS
Other places to stay on Skye that we are happy to recommend:
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