Overlooking Broadford Bay and close to Skye’s second biggest village, the Hebridean Inn at Harrapool is a tranquil spot for an island escape.
Highlights include the spectacular sea views and a refurbished, well-praised restaurant offering a true taste of the Hebrides. Dogs are welcome for a supplement and will definitely enjoy brisk walks along the beach.
All of the bright and comfy guest rooms at the Hebridean Inn offer wonderful views of the bay.
They also have free WiFi, a TV and tea & coffee making facilities.
The inn’s kitchen brigade love to showcase the fresh bounty of the Hebrides, occasionally enhanced with global ingredients.
Sample mouthwatering mains include Hebridean scallops with lardons and wild rice; venison casserole with Isle of Harris mustard mash, cabbage and kale, and the beetroot, celeriac & goats’ cheese risotto.
The Hebridean Inn is a 20-minute drive from Armadale ferry port. It is also less than a half hour walk from the bustling village of Broadford, which has an old pier with quirky shops and a wool spinner.
A short drive away is Seaprobe Atlantis, where passengers can have a thrilling semi-submarine experience on a glass-bottomed boat. Calum’s Seal Trips is a similar distance away. Other activities on the island include hiking, cycling, kayaking and, for braver sorts, taking a dip in the crystal clear waters of the Fairy Pools.
48 hour cancellation policy applies. Failure to provide sufficient notice may invalidate purchase.
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