Location

The location of Seacroft Cottage Bed and Breakfast is on the edge of Loch Snizort, a sea loch in the northwest of the Isle of Skye between the Waternish and Trotternish peninsulas. It is fed by the River Snizort, originating in the hills east of Bracadale.  The mouth of Loch Snizort gives access to the lower Minch and contains the Ascrib Islands.

How To Find Us

From Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge:

After crossing over the Skye Bridge follow A87 to Portree.

At Portree take left turning A87 to Uig and Dunvegan, approx 4 miles down the road take
left hand turning A850 to Dunvegan.

After Approx 5 miles there is a sign pointing right to Treaslane (there is a bus shelter on the corner), take this right turning and follow road to the very end where you will find Seacroft Cottage.

From the Mallaig – Armadale Ferry:

Follow the A851 untill it meets the A87 Kyle to Portree road,  turn left and follow the A87 to
portree.

At Portree take left turning A87 to Uig and Dunvegan, approx 4 miles down the road take
left hand turning A850 to Dunvegan.

After Approx 5 miles there is a sign pointing right to Treaslane (there is a bus shelter on the corner), take this right turning and follow road to the very end where you will find Seacroft Cottage.

From Portree:

In Portree take the A87 to Uig and Dunvegan, approx 4 miles down the road take
left hand turning A850 to Dunvegan.

After Approx 5 miles there is a sign pointing right to Treaslane (there is a bus shelter on the corner), take this right turning and follow road to the very end where you will find Seacroft Cottage.

Important Note for Sat-Nav users

If you are coming from Fort William you may want to set your route via Kyle of Lochalsh so as to avoid the Mallaig Ferry, be aware that the Bridge is not a Toll Bridge.

Note on Distances:

We are approximately 2 hours 15 minutes from Inverness, 2 hours from Fort William, or 5 hours from Glasgow or Edinburgh.