HOW TO FIND US
The Skye Bridge (no toll) means that getting here is easy and trouble free and also that Skye, and even the more remote but beautiful north west of the island, can be included in a tour of the Western Highlands.
If you are at all uncertain about how long it will take you to get here just let us know where you are travelling from and we will be able to tell you how long it should take.
A' Chuibheall is about 30 minutes drive from the Skye Bridge and is quite easy to find. Once you arrive on the Isle of Skye take the A87 to Broadford, turning off at the Broadford Hotel and head towards Elgol. This road is the B8083 (marked as the A881 on some maps). Torrin is approximately 6 miles along this single track road. When you reach Torrin (look out for the signpost on the left hand side of the road, by the entrance to the Skye Marble Quarry)
We are the first house on the right.
Be careful if you rely on "SatNav" directions!
If the SatNav directs you via Mallaig, as the quickest route to the island, be aware that this route will involve a ferry crossing, from Mallaig to Armadale, and you should therefore check ferry times before you travel.
If you do plan to take the ferry we also advise that you make a ferry booking in advance for crossings in the months of May to September and check the weather...the weather can disrupt the ferry service.
When planning your journey remember that you will need to check-in at the ferry terminal at least 30 minutes before the departure time and that the crossing takes about 30 minutes. The drive time from the Armadale ferry terminal to A'Chuibheall is then about 45 minutes. see Caledonian MacBrayne ferry timetable