Skye Basecamp, Lime Park, Broadford, Isle of Skye IV49 9AE
Call Catriona & Mike Lates on 01471 820044
OverviewSkye Basecamp is a new hostel with small-dorm beds and private en suite rooms. Facilities are perfect for lovers of the great outdoors with staff and guests creating a fantastic atmosphere. Hot showers, comfy beds and a good drying room are the basics but you'll find a whole lot of other reasons to enjoy your stay at Basecamp. Broadford is on the main A87 trunk road only 10 minutes' drive from the Skye Bridge. Basecamp is in the centre of town with shops, 24-hour fuel, restaurants and pubs all just a short stroll away. This is very much a rural setting however and Basecamp has an uninterrupted view out across Broadford Bay to the mainland mountains. A 2 minute walk leads 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.
Rooms & Beds:37
Open:All year. All day. Check in 4-10pm.
Price per night:Seasonal from £20pp. Discounts for groups/sole use.
Booking:Book online or call 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.
Public Transport:Train to Kyle of Lochalsh or Mallaig with local buses to Skye, Direct coaches from Inverness and Glasgow.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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
Skye Guides, the island’s biggest provider of guiding for walking & climbing.
April 20th 2018
Based at Skye Basecamp hostel style accommodation
Skye Basecamp is owned by Skye Guides – for the best mountain adventure you’ll have in the UK! Facilities at Skye Basecamp will suit walkers, climbers, paddlers & naturalists but all visitors to the island are more than welcome.
Skye Guides is a small company providing a range of services similar to that on offer through many mountain guiding bureaux in the Alps. The guiding office is now run from Skye Basecamp and our guides will be in and out each day. Current conditions, route details and logistical advice will be “on tap” for any guests or visitors. You may meet like-minded guests and decide to book a guide.
Skye Basecamp has something for everyone
December 27th 2017
With a variety of rooms to suit many combinations of visitors, Skye Basecamp is a great choice for a visit to the Isle of Skye.
Often frequented by climbers, walkers, paddlers and naturalists, Skye Basecamp is also a perfect choice for families or individuals wanting to discover Skye whilst staying in comfortable and good value accommodation. The hot showers and great drying room are a godsend after a day in the outdoors whilst the good size kitchen means you can rustle up a hearty meal in no time.