Opened May 2019. See our reviews below
Tigh-Na-Mara is a modern home built by us, the owners. One downstairs bedroom with en-suite provides comfortable and modern Bed and Breakfast facilities. The views from the bedroom window are Skye to a tee: The Quiraing and Staffin Bay.
Tigh-Na-Mara’s B&B room is a lovely size, has a shower en-suite, access to Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities, and includes a seating area where guests can enjoy breakfast.
Staffin is 2.5-3.0 hours drive from Fort William and Inverness. Tigh-Na-Mara B&B Staffin is located within 15 minutes walk of Staffin Beach and harbour, the dinosaur footprints and the local shop (Staffin Stores).
From Google reviews
Dear Patricia, dear Gordon, we had such a nice time in your wonderful house. You were so friendly and helpful.The room was perfect ,especially the marvelous view. Thankyou very much. Cornelia and Volkmar
Great Location in the Northeast of the Isle of Skye, very close the the stunning Quiraing, with a great view to the sea. Patricia and Gordon are wonderful hosts, very helpful and generously. The room is spacious, very clean, the bed is very comfortable. Great breakfast in the room with a view to the sea and the Quiraing. I can recommend 100 %!
There are two restaurants within walking distance of Tigh-Na-Mara, the Columba 1400 Centre (01470 611407) and the Kilmartin River Cafe (01470 562322). Please check opening times and availability if intending to dine there as times vary and they can be busy.
Tigh-Na-Mara B&B, Staffin is ideally situated to explore the Trotternish region of Skye. Kilt Rock, the Quiraing, the Old Man of Storr, the Fairy Glen, dinosaur footprints and Fossil Museum are all a short drive away. Spectactular walks for all abilities are also within easy reach. Uig and the ferry to the Outer Hebrides is 9 miles away.
For nature lovers there are sea eagles, golden eagles and numerous sea birds to spot. Whales, dolphins, seals and otters are regularly seen. Portree is 17 miles away with craft shops, pubs, restaurants and entertainment at the Aros Centre. Skye has restaurants to suit all tastes from fish and chips at Portree harbour to fine dining at the world renowned Three Chimneys. There are a number of activity centres and mountain guides for the more adventurous.
For the fisherman/woman there is sea, river and loch angling in spectacular surroundings. For the art lover there are numerous galleries and craft shops. The keen photographer is spoiled for choice, whether looking for amazing landscapes or opportunities to capture the local wildlife, sunsets or even if lucky a stunning aurora. For the keen climber and hill-walker the Cuillin, a 40min. drive away, is unbeatable. Staffin is at the foot of the Trotternish ridge with easy access to the amazing pinnacles and chasms of the Quiraing. A short drive takes you to the iconic Old Man of Storr. For the geologist there are rock structures to study, the Flodigarry landslip (one of the largest in Europe), fossils to find and the now famous dinosaur footprints to marvel at. The archaeologist will spot an iron age midden from the room window. Within walking distance there are hut circles and chambered cairns. Further afield there are Souterrains, Brochs and castle ruins to explore. At Lealt a scenic platform gives views of the waterfall with walks that take you to the remains of the diatomite processing buildings, railway and the source of the diatomite at Loch Cuithir. If you are familiar with the Skye Boat song you may wish to visit Flora MacDonald’s memorial, cottage and other sites associated with Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Book now – dates available for summer May 2019 including May Bank holiday weekend and school holidays.
Telephone: +44 (0)1470 562403
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