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An-Airidh Bed & Breakfast Portree Information

Description

Loch-side family-run Bed and Breakfast in Portree providing quality bed and breakfast accommodation. An-Airidh offers stunning views overlooking Loch Portree and our large gardens, that go all the way down to the seashore. We have fabulous sunrises all throughout the year. The loch in front of An-Airidh is home to seals, and if you are very lucky you might spot otters playing in the garden. Cast your eye over the loch to the mountain beyond called Ben Tianavig when you open your bedroom curtains in the morning, or when you're in our breakfast room, and you might be lucky enough to spot the neighbouring sea-eagles.

Facilities

  • Free high speed internet
  • Free WiFi internet
  • Lounge
  • Meet & greet service
  • Garden
  • Breakfast lounge
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Wide entrance to property

Parking

  • On-site parking
  • Free parking
  • Accessible parking
  • Recreational vehicle parking

Children's Facilities

  • Highchairs

Business Facilities

  • Desk working station
  • Printing

Dining

  • Continental breakfast
  • Cooked breakfast
  • Breakfast
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Vegetarian options
  • Vegan options
  • Gluten-free options

Activities and Experiences

  • Animal watching
  • Bird watching
  • Walking
  • Wild life

Accessibility

We have tried to make An-Airidh as accessible as we can - please contact us to discuss your individual needs. We have a ramp to our main entrance next to our disabled car parking space. An-Airidh offers lots of free car parking space and disabled parking available directly in front of the property. Should you wish to park in our disabled parking please advise us directly before arrival.

Policies

Check in: 14:00 till 20:00
Early check-in available on request
Check out: 10:00
Child Policy: No preference
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: Pets by arrangement
Booking Terms and Conditions

Directions

  • Road from Glasgow via Skye Road Bridge (217.0 miles)

    Take A82 Loch Lomond road North and keep on this road to Fort William. You have the choice of following the A82 heading in the direction of Inverness, turn off the A82 at the Invergarry Hotel, joining the A87 heading to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge (this is a toll-free bridge), then follow the road to Portree.


    This journey will take 5.5 hours non-stop.

  • Road from Glasgow via the Mallaig Armadale Ferry (195.0 miles)

    Take A82 Loch Lomond road North and keep on this road to Fort William. Departing Fort William join the A830 heading to Mallaig. - Please note you must pre reserve tickets via www.calmac.co.uk or you can purchase tickets at the CalMac shop in Fort William.

    You can take the main ferry at Mallaig to Armadale. The ferry is operated by Caledonian MacBrain (CALMAC) https://www.calmac.co.uk/

    The service is operated by two roll-on-roll-off car ferries in the summer (April – October) and one 14-car ferry in the winter months (October – March). This service can be affected by adverse tidal and weather conditions; if you want to take the ferry make sure you check the status of the sailings and book your tickets in advance.

    It will take 1.5 hours to drive from Fort William to Mallaig.

    The sailing can take 15 - 40 minutes.

    Once you berth in Armadale drive to Broadford, joining the A87 and then drive to Portree.

    This drive will be around 1 hour to reach Portree.



  • Road from Glasgow Via the Glenelg Ferry (231.0 miles)

    You can make your trip to Skye truly memorable by using the crossing from Glenelg to Skye. The Skye Ferry is one of the true gems you will find while traveling in the Scottish Highlands. An experience that before even getting there becomes heightened when you see the Kylerhea straits for the first time.

    The Ferry runs April – October visit http://www.glenelgscotland.com/skye-ferry.htm

    Take A82 Loch Lomond road North and keep on this road to Fort William. You have the choice of following the A82 heading in the direction of Inverness, turn off the A82 at the Invergarry Hotel, joining the A87 heading to Kyle of Lochalsh.

    At the town ship of Sheil Bridge take the old military road to Glenelg. A word of caution - the roads to and from Glenelg and Kylerhea are single track roads and are outstanding drives; however if you are used to multi-laned free-ways, or fast-paced autobahns, it can be a bit of a culture shock. Click this link for a guide to using single track roads: https://www.scotlandinfo.eu/driving-single-track-roads-in-scotland/

  • Road from Inverness Via LochNess (114.0 miles)


    Inverness to Skye Via Loch Ness 2 Hours 50 Mins


    Take the A82 road heading for Fort William following the road passed Loch Ness and join the A887 at Invermoriston. Follow the A887 joining the A87 heading to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Road Bridge follow the road to Portree.


    Note you have an option at Sheil Bridge to come over the sea to Skye via the Glenelg ferry.
    ou can make your trip to Skye truly memorable by using the crossing from Glenelg to Skye. The Skye Ferry is one of the true gems you will find while traveling in the Scottish Highlands. An experience that before even getting there becomes heightened when you see the Kylerhea straits for the first time.


    MV Glenachullish was originally built in 1969 for the Ballachulish crossing prior to the bridge being opened in 1975. She is the last operating manual turntable ferry in the world and very much a Scottish National Treasure.


    A word of caution - the roads to and from Glenelg and Kylerhea are single track roads and are outstanding drives; however if you are used to multi-laned free-ways, or fast-paced autobahns, it can be a bit of a culture shock. Click this link for a guide to using single track roads: https://www.scotlandinfo.eu/driving-single-track-roads-in-scotland/


  • Road from Inverness to Skye Via Achnasheen (115.0 miles)

    An alternative route leaving Inverness heading North over the kessock bridge on the A9 then Joining the A835 at the Tore roundabout follow this road joining the A832 after Garve then join the A890 at Achnasheen take this road to Auchtertyre when you Join the A87 heading for the Skye Bridge. Then head to wards Portree

  • Bus from Glasgow (217.0 miles)


    Glasgow Buchanan Street Bus Station


    Coach – Citylink


    Service 916 – Destination: Portree / Uig


    Travel Time: 6 – 7.5 hours


    https://www.citylink.co.uk/

  • Train from Glasgow Queen Street Via Ferry (217.0 miles)


    Glasgow Queen Street Train Station

    Note this journey involves a ferry please check www.calmac.co.uk 


    Destination: Kyle of Lochalsh


    Travel Time: 7 hours


    https://www.scotrail.co.uk/

  • Bus from Inverness (114.0 miles)

    Inverness Bus Station


    Coach City Link


    Service 917 Destination: Portree /Uig


    Travel Time: 3.5 hours


    https://www.citylink.co.uk/


  • Train from Inverness (114.0 miles)
    Note this Journey Terminates at Kyle of Lochalsh - You will have to join national or local bus services from Kyle to Portree. Inverness Train Station Destination: Kyle of Lochalsh Travel Time: 3 hours https://www.scotrail.co.uk/
  • Air from Inverness (114.0 miles)

    From Inverness Airport you are able to :

    Hire a Car

    Travel by bus

    Please review our other methods of transport for directions

  • Air from Glasgow (214.0 miles)
    From Glasgow Airport you are able to Hire a car ( Review our car route guide ) Take a bus from the Airport to Skye visit www.citylink.co.uk
  • Road from Edinburgh (235.0 miles)

    Leaving Edinburgh drive north on the M90, then join the A9 at Perth, then join the A889 at Dalwhinnie to Spean Bridge then join the A82 until Invergarry joining the A87 to the Skye Road Bridge following directions.  

  • Air from Edinburgh (240.0 miles)

    From Edinburgh Airport you will be able to hire a car to drive to Skye.

    No direct public transport routes you will have to travel to Glasgow or Inverness.

 

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