Shorefield House in Edinbane overlooks the tranquil waters of Loch Greshornish in north west Skye midway between Dunvegan Castle (seat of the Skye Macleods) and Portree.
Since 1997, this family run business with a heart for customer care has maintained its warmth and friendliness for which it has been awarded recognition in 2015 as one of the AA's Friendliest B&B's.
Shorefield House offers 3 elegantly furnished and homely ensuite bedrooms and a luxuriously spacious self catering, with loch views.
After a comfortable nights sleep, start the day with an Award winning breakfast served in a sunny conservatory overlooking the garden.
With north-westerly views across the loch for beautiful sunsets on long summer evenings, and northerly views for sightings of the northern lights (aurora borealis) and spectacular views of shooting stars and constellations in the DarkSkye zone, you can continue to discover Skye both night and day.
Whether you are a nature lover, a history buff, a peace and quiet seeker or a luxury traveller, you will find that sense of having arrived at a place where you can relax and absorb the atmosphere of Skye - the island - its culture, its breathtaking landscapes, its rich heritage of music and poetry and of course, famous local produce and hospitality.
There are many excellent restaurants close by. In Edinbane there is the Inn - an established centre for live traditional music and classic meals, and also the Lodge, which was once the Hunting Lodge to Skye Macleods of Greshornish. The Edinbane Lodge is now a restaurant showcasing Skye seafood and game. Other recommended restaurants are the Old School in Dunvegan, Loch Bay on Waternish and Three Chimneys at Colbost.