My wife and I recently stayed 2 nights at Tigh-A-Cladach and were made very welcome by hosts Murdo and Mary Ann.
We both agree it was a very pleasant experience, the breakfast was excellent, our room was spotless, and the surrounding views inspiring, especially the sunset over the Skye hills.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tigh-a-Cladach Bed & Breakfast With A stunning ViewIf you’re looking for Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the Scottish Highlands then look no further than Tigh-a-Cladach (Gaelic for house by the shore). Tigh-a-Cladach is located in the small village of Badicaul which is near to Kyle of Lochalsh and the road bridge to the Isle of Skye. The property has extensive gardens which extend to the coastline and afford the opportunity to explore the many local rock pools and coves. Roe deer and pine martins are frequent visitors to the garden, dolphins are often spotted from the house in the summer, and seals can be seen all year round. Otters frequent the shore and if you're lucky you might see one. Minkie whales visit the area every year, basking sharks are another visitor to these waters. Badicaul is ideally located for touring the Isle of Skye, Lochcarron, Torridon Mountains, Apple Cross, Loch Maree, Glenelg, Glensheil, and a lot lot more. We are geographically located in the heart of the most outstandingly beautiful wilderness locations in Scotland. Stay here and explore the treasures of the Scottish Highlands. Many of our guests visit us on a regular bases, we hope that you will come and stay with us, please feel free to contact us for more information or to make a booking. Free 24/7 WiFi Internet Connection In All Rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tigh a Cladach Badicaul, Lochalsh, Scotland