Skye Basecamp, Lime Park, Broadford, Isle of Skye IV49 9AE
Budget, private bunkhouse on the Isle of SkyeSkye Basecamp is a family run independent bunkhouse with a lovely home from home atmosphere.
Currently offering mostly en suite private rooms, (dorms may not be available in 2021 due to Covid restrictions).
The facilities are perfect for lovers of the great outdoors with staff and guests creating a fantastic atmosphere. Hot showers, comfy beds, a good drying room and large well equipped kitchen await you after a day exploring the island. All our team pride ourselves on the Basecamp's cleanliness and the friendliness!
Broadford is on the main A87 trunk road only 10 minutes' drive from the Skye Bridge. Basecamp is in the centre of bustling highland town with shops, 24-hour fuel, restaurants and pubs all just a short stroll away.
Skye Basecamp has an uninterrupted view out across Broadford Bay to the mainland mountains. A short 2 minute walk leads you to the beach where otters and other wildlife are commonly seen.
This accommodation is featured on our map of West coast of Scotland, Skye and the Hebrides and here is its own website.
Beds & Rooms:32: 6x4 en suite, 2x4
Open:All year. Check in 4-10pm.
Price per night:Seasonal from £20pp. Discounts for longer stays and exclusive use.
Booking:Book online (www.skyebasecamp.co.uk) or call 01471 820044 for more information.
Directions:See Google map on our website. In Broadford turning off the main A87 is well sign-posted. Follow this road round to the right for 100m (in direction of the primary school). Basecamp is on the corner beside the red phone & postboxes. Large car-park immediately opposite. Please double park in our space rather than upsetting local residents.
- Train to Kyle of Lochalsh or Mallaig with local buses to Skye, Direct coaches from Inverness and Glasgow.
- Long Distance Walks LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike
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Access: We have ramped access round the back of the hostel Bedroom: There is a fully wheelchair accessible bedroom on the ground floor Bathroom: The accessible room is within easy reach of the wetroom ..Click for photos and more
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Skye Basecamp Outdoor Pursuits Bunkhouse is THE ideal location to explore the Isle of Skye .
February 4th 2022
* Mountain & sea views, otters if you’re lucky. * Private en suite rooms. * Bunks in small shared dorms. * Great drying room. * Huge well equipped self catering kitchen. * Friendly knowledgeable staff. * Over 16’s only sorry!
* Mountain & sea views, otters if you’re lucky
* Private en suite rooms
* Bunks in small shared dorms
* Great drying room
* Huge well equipped self catering kitchen
* Friendly knowledgeable staff
* Over 16’s only sorry!
Have Yourself a Merry little Christmas here at Skye Basecamp!
November 30th 2020
Exclusive Christmas Cheer for your Christmas bubble or household on the Isle of Skye! Christmas bubbles should contain less then 8 adults and one household must come from the Highland unitary council area. Indidivual households are welcome from all Tiers 1 & 2 areas.
Our cosy bunkhouse provides the perfect space for your Christmas:-
Spacious well equipped kitchen
Socially distanced 3 table dining room
Comfy lounge area for games & cards & DVD’s and adjacent conservatory with pool table
Two en suite 4 bed rooms
5 rooms with private bathrooms allocated to households
Your party would have exclusive use of the facilities with self check in to minimise contact.
Please enquire for any more information.
Hassle free island holiday!
April 20th 2019
Since 1995 the Skye Bridge has made the island accessible to all!
Since 1995 the Skye Bridge has made the island accessible to all, and since 2004 the toll has been scrapped, so now you can travel by road to a serine destination that is “still very much an island at heart”. The period of the toll bridge introduced the campaign of locals refusing to pay the fee, as several hundred were charged and some 130 convicted. Yet despite this, local life was much improved by the absense of hour long ferry delays, and connections to the modern world.
Ms Spear, a local, “It is still has the characteristic of being a little bit wild. It is still associated with the romance of crossing the sea”- sourced from www.scotsman.com