The Broadford Hotel is a small, privately-owned hotel in the waterside town of Broadford. With just 11 bedrooms, the hotel offers the warmest welcome and friendly Scottish hospitality.
The hotel has a gastro-style restaurant and cosy bar. The birthplace of Drambuie, the hotel has a rich history and lots of quirky touches.
Bedrooms are contemporary with a nod to the hotel's Scottish roots. Some offer views across Broadford Bay, all are comfortable and welcoming.
What makes a stay at The Broadford Hotel unique?
Overlooking the pretty Broadford Bay, this quaint and cosy hotel is a relaxing haven - perfect for a bucketlist trip to the majestic Isle of Skye. You'll be invited to kick-start your getaway with a welcoming dram of the local firewater - the famous Drambuie whisky liqueur. Established in 1611, the Broadford Hotel is the birthplace of this much-loved tipple, so it would be rude not to!
The friendly team offer a warm welcome and are happy to help with arranging food after hours if you're arriving late (booking required), and a free Scottish breakfast is included in your stay when you book on the hotel's website.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Broadford Hotel?
The hotel has 11 contemporary bedrooms. Comfortable and bright, each is well-stocked with a tempting hospitality tray - complete with Scottish treats!
The bar and gastro-style restaurant are a welcome retreat after busy day's exploring. Enjoy a dram of whisky or one of the hotel's collection of Scottish gins.
Free off-road parking is available.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Broadford area?
Skye is a truly magical place, home to some of Scotland's most iconic landscapes. Whether you are visiting for a few days whilst on a tour of Scotland or staying for a longer spell, the island has countless ways to enchant you, with its mountain ranges, miles of dramatic coastline and captivating history.
Visit Scottish castles nearby:
- Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum (16 miles)
- Dunscaith Castle (17.4 miles)
- Eilean Donan Castle (30.1 miles)
- Dunvegan Castle (40.1 miles)
Famous scenery & attractions nearby:
- Loch Coruisk (14.3 miles)
- The Point of Sleat (22 miles)
- The Old Man of Storr (31.8 miles)
- Coral Beach (43.8 miles)
- Neist Point Lighthouse (48.5 miles)
Crafts & retail therapy
From photo galleries to pottery workshops, there's plenty to keep you occupied when you visit The Broadford Hotel and want to take things a bit slower:
- Isle of Skye Candle Company (0.2 miles, just around the corner from the hotel)
- Isle of Skye Market Square (a short stroll)
- Lenz Ceramics (12.6 miles)
- Tippecanoe (25.7 miles)
- Skyescape Gallery is the home of Russel Sherwood photography (38.2 miles)
- Skye Weavers (44.6 miles)
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Dine at The Broadford Hotel - the home of Drambuie! Enjoy a dram or two and a hearty meal to warm the soul after a crisp day of exploring. Menus change daily and the restaurants gastro-style menus are filled vegetables grown by local farmers and fresh fish and seafood caught in the seas of Skye. From your pub favourites to light bites, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
A hearty Scottish breakfast is included free of charge when you book your stay on the hotel's website.
Heading out? Aside from Portree, no other village in Skye can offer such a variety of hotels, pubs, restaurants, cafes and takeaways.
Own a motorhome or campervan?
Whether you're looking to treat yourself to a little luxury for the night by staying in one of the hotel's guest rooms, or are simply stopping by for a wholesome bite to eat; the hotel has free parking facilities offering generous space for larger vehicles to park safely overnight. If you would like to leave a larger vehicle in the car park whilst you stay, please contact the hotel team ahead of booking.