2 NIGHT MINIMUM STAY
15% discount for 5 nights or more!
1 x Twin Room + private bathroom, 1 x Double Room + private bathroom. Please note - private bathrooms are just across the hallway from the room, but for sole use by yourself. Plus use of Breakfast Room in the evenings 5pm until 9pm.
Rooms are £65 for 2 people (single occupancy £55) including Continental Breakfast consisting of cereals, bread for toast, croissants, selection of breakfast bars, fresh fruit, selection of jams, peanut butter, honey, orange juice, tea and coffee.
With no set breakfast times, please help yourself to breakfast items up until 9.30am at any time. Perfect for early risers!
The breakfast room will then be closed for cleaning and sanitizing. It will reopen at 5pm for guests to make use of the small microwave, toaster, kettle, plates, crockery, cutlery etc should they wish to heat up some food, or bring back a takeaway. It will close at 9pm for cleaning for breakfast.
There are 2 picnic tables at the front, with beautiful views over the Loch and hills - guests are free to use them whenever they wish.
Both rooms have their own private bathroom just across the hallway. Twin Room bathroom has a large shower, Double Room bathroom has a smaller, cubicle shower, but also a bath.
Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, TV/DVD player and fast Superfast WiFi.
Towels, shampoo, conditioner and shower gel all provided. DVDs, maps, books all available.
Check out by 10am.
Situated in the beautiful area of Skye and Lochalsh, Salty Towers Bed and Breakfast, overlooked by The Five Sisters of Kintail and Glen Shiel, and a 'stones throw' to Loch Duich and Loch Alsh, is the perfect, peaceful, base to explore the surrounding area.
Kintail National Scenic Area is one of the 40 scenic areas in Scotland, and is considered to encapsulate the scenery of the West Highlands being composed of ridges and peaks that rise steeply from narrow glens and the sea.
A popular hillwalking expedition area, the Five Sisters comprise of 5 distinct summits - Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe, Sgurr na Carnach, Sgurr Fhuaran which are the 3 Munros, and Sgurr nan Saighead & Sgurr na Moraich.
The Ridge continues unbroken to the east where it takes in another further 3 Munros - Sgurr a Bhealaich Dheirg, Saileag & Aonach Meadhoin.
Beinn Fhada (Ben Attow) is the other mountain in the area.
Situated 10 - 15 mins walk to the famous Eilean Donan Castle which can be seen from the driveway, and only 15 minutes drive to the Skye Bridge, and The Jurassic Island of Skye.
There you can experience The Cuillins Mountain Range, The Old Man of Storr, The Quirang, The Fairy Pools and Fairy Glen, Dunvegan Castle, Armadale Castle, Coral Bay, Talisker Bay and the Talisker Distillery, Niest Point Lighthouse, and also go looking for dinosaur footprints at Staffin Bay.
The nearby village of Dornie, 10 - 15 walk (same route as Castle), is host to The Dornie Hotel and Pub, which offers a new high end Seafood Restaurant menu, as well as a more informal bar menu. Please look at their web site for menu, prices and to book. Booking is essential at this time.
The excellent Clachan Bar is also open offering evening meals on a 'walk-in' basis, apart from Sunday nights when it is closed, and Tuesday nights, when instead there is a local music night!
We are situated next door to Manuelas Organic Bakery and Jo,s Pizzeria, and the Award Winning Fairytale Gin Distillery - reopen for Easter.
We are also within striking distance to the picturesque village of Plockton with its famous palm trees and the home of the famous Gaelic Poet, Sorley MacLean.
Nearby is the village of Glen Elg, close to the secret home for many years, of the author Gavin Maxwell and his otters. Famous for many books and university papers, including The Ring Of Bright Water. There is a museum just over the Skye Bridge, in Kyleakin in his memory. Glen Elg area is also home to Iron Age Pictish Brochs, beautifully preserved by Historic Scotland, one of which is the best preserved in the UK. This village is also host to something truly remarkable..... the last surviving Turntable Ferry in the world, where it is still possible to 'sail over the sea to Skye'! A short crossing, but stepping back in time, will see you follow a part of the old 'drovers' routes... this crossing being a perilous part of the journey taking cattle from the Islands to the markets down south!
Low level waterfall walks, shoreline walks, as well as high level harder climbs and long hikes, this area offers something for all, or, just simply just relax in the quietness!
Not far from the NC500 route, Salty Towers can offer an extension to your trip, giving you the chance to explore this beautiful area as an added bonus. A trip to Applecross for the day is also possible, if you dare the infamous 'road'!!
Books,maps and DVDs available. We also have for sale outdoor essentials such as midge nets, head torches, base layers, ponchos etc - just in case you have forgotten something. We are happy to store bikes for guests and assist with drying areas, as well as helping to plan routes, organise local tours etc. If you need storage, please let us know at time of booking.
PLEASE NOTE - the private bathrooms are not ensuite, but just across the hallway from the bedroom. We also apologise that pets are not permitted.
Please call Lesley on 01599 555446 or email for further information, availabilty and to book. Alternatively for full reviews and to instantly book direct, follow link to Air B & B - please be aware of extra Air B&B charges however if using this method.
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Thank you, We look forward to welcoming you, Lesley and Ali, Bracken and Haggis.