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Broadford

Broadford

Located within the awe-inspiring Isle of Skye, the most well-known and foremost island within the Inner Hebrides. The Isle has a worldwide reputation for stunning scenery and dramatic landscapes as well as seascapes. Broadford is the second largest settlement on the Isle and is the ideal location for avid wildlife watchers, who may catch a glimpse of orcas, dolphins or otters in the ocean as well as a huge variety of sea birds. This tranquil town rests beneath the imposing Ben na Calliach, ‘the hill of the old woman’. With a multitude of tracks, trails and beaten paths to be explored, this is a great spot for hill walkers, ramblers and anyone who enjoys being outdoors. Keen golfers may also be interested in booking a few rounds at the scenic Isle of Skye Golf Club, conveniently located nearby.

We love Broadford because...

  • Dramatic landscapes
  • Ideal for wildlife watchers
  • Nearby to iconic castles
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Hotels
Hotels in Broadford
The Dunollie Hotel
Main Street, Isle of Skye IV49 9AE

Seated at the foot of Beinn na Caillich, this shore located hotel is in one of the most picturesque spots on the Isle of Skye.

2 nights from
£ 49.00pp
The Dunollie Hotel
Main Street, Isle of Skye IV49 9AE

Seated at the foot of Beinn na Caillich, this shore located hotel is in one of the most picturesque spots on the Isle of Skye.

In and around Broadford

Dunvegan Castle and Gardens

Discover one of Scotland’s most iconic castles, perched on the rocky outcrops of Loch Dunvegan and boasting many fine oil paintings and plenty of treasures from Clan MacLeod, who’ve occupied the castle for more than 800 years. Built upon a rock in the dramatic loch side setting, this castle’s greatest claim to fame is that it is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland! Visitors will also enjoy the five acres of wonderfully landscaped formal gardens.

Seaprobe Atlantis Glass Bottom Boat Trips

A truly unique semi-submersible glass bottomed boat, taking visitors out on the Kyle of Lochalsh. Choose the right cruise for your needs depending on which animals you would like to search for, and then simply set off. With large observation windows, you can comfortably view crabs, sea urchins, starfish, jellyfish and many other varieties of fish in their natural habitat. Go upstairs and search for seabirds, otters, whales, seals and dolphins as you peer out at the open waters. Local guides narrate during the voyage and point out areas of interests, facts and of course animals to spot.

Fairy Pools Walk

A magical and enchanting walk that encompasses the mountainous Cuillin scenery, while remaining a calm and pleasant walk that follows a clear path. Admire the many sparkling crystal clear waterfalls, ponds, streams and pools on this trek and for the brave among you – partake in some ‘wild swimming’, although make sure to bring some warming clothes for when you get out!

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