Welcome to Skye, and
Fineviews Bed and Breakfast
Covering some 640 square miles, Skye is the second largest of the Hebridean Islands off the West coast of Scotland.
Although only some 50 miles long as the Eagle flies, and varying in width from 7 to 25 miles wide, such is the serrated area of it’s coastline, that there are some 400 miles of coastline to explore.
The island forms a shape similar to a hand with the peninsulas joined in the centre. It is no wonder then that you are never further than 5 miles from the sea.
A very warm welcome awaits you on the Isle of Skye. Still very much an island, it is now forever joined to the mainland by the famous Skye Bridge. Ferry access can still also be used, either the Mallaig to Armadale ferry to the South of the Island, or the picturesque Glenelg Ferry to Kylerhea. This is a short crossing on the last manually operated turntable ferry in use in Scotland.