Welcome to Napier Cottage

Indulge yourself in the very essence of Skye and the Scottish Highlands with a visit to Napier Cottage.

Please note, we are fully booked until Saturday 15th August, but do continue to contact us if you would like accommodation after that date.

If you want a B&B within spectacular surroundings, then we would love to welcome you into our home – there is so much to see and do on Skye, and the island is much larger than most people realise, so one visit will never be enough.

One of Alastair Sawday’s 'Special Places to Stay' and awarded a 4* grade from 'VisitScotland', Napier Cottage is an enchanting home on the Misty Isle in a quiet location occupying a 'priceless perch' on Sleat, the ‘Garden of Skye’, ideally situated between the Skye Bridge and the Mallaig to Armadale ferry, both of which are about 20 minutes' drive away.

We have been lucky enough to be featured in the Sunday Times Travel Magazine article 'Summer in Skye' (July 2014 issue) and you can also see us in the online Telegraph Travel article entitled 'B&Bs for Foodies on Skye’ and the Guardian Travel 'Top 10 hotels, B&Bs, hostels and campsites on Skye'.  

We are very near the Eilean Iarmain, Kinloch Lodge and Duisdale House Hotels and we share fabulous sea and mountain views - the Sunday Times writer says 'There's not that much to do at Isle Ornsay but stand and stare in awestruck amazement - this might just be the greatest view in Europe'.

The cottage's modern interior and comfortable, well equipped accommodation reflects a quality we hope you will enjoy.

Comments in our 2014 Visitors' Book include:

'Absolutely wonderful!  Loved everything about the place - view, hospitality, breakfasts and beautiful room.  Definitely will be back.  Thank you.'

'Everything was perfection, especially the hospitality.  It made our stay so special. We will return.  Thank you.'

'The best, best, best B&B we have ever stayed in.  Thanks for the wonderful time - it was perfection.'

'As perfect as everyone says....would love to come back for longer.  Thank you!'

'Fabulous stay and we were made so welcome - a real home from home. Reluctant to leave, but thank you!'