Isle of Skye

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Welcome inside

One of our guests enjoying a cup of tea in the guests' sitting room
For a hundred years this imposing house has stood in a walled garden at the north end of Skye. A former manse, it has been sympathetically restored and, whilst decorated and finished to a high standard, still retains the atmosphere of a family home.

The house faces south west and enjoys magnificent views across Loch Snizort and the Minch to the Outer Hebrides; on clear days, we can see the ferry leaving Harris, almost two hours sailing time away. The famous Hebridean sunsets can be viewed in all their glory from the guests' sitting room and sea facing bedrooms.

Some of the furnishings in the upstairs bedrooms
All the rooms are light, spacious, high-ceilinged, furnished with antiques and provided with an interesting and varied selection of books.  The upstairs bedrooms are large en suite doubles with sea-facing views.  The ground floor bedroom (once the Minister's study) overlooks the attractive garden.  It is a large room with a double and a single bed, and a private bathroom.  It can easily accommodate wheelchair users.

The ground floor bedroom
For over 25 years, we have entertained visitors from all over the world and judging by the ecstatic comments in the visitors' book, all have enjoyed their stay!  We feature in several visitor guides (through personal recommendation).  An entry in Holiday Which describes Kilmuir House as "charming former manse....offering B&B and spacious rooms".


The Western Isles from Kilmuir