Sleat offers a fantastic choice of accommodation within a small radius, from luxury designer hotels, cosy self-catering cottages to friendly and thoughtful bed and breakfasts. There is even an eco-friendly campsite close to the ferry terminal at Armadale and a budget-priced hostel at Kilmore. Most come with incomparable views! Sleat really has raised the bar for quality in the Highlands both in the first class standard of accommodation and the warmth of the welcome you’ll receive.
Sleat’s visitor attractions are some of the most iconic in Skye - a highly acclaimed museum and historical gardens, a wide array of galleries and craft studios, boutique shopping, a great choice of activities, yacht moorings, whisky tasting, concerts and ceilidhs and from early 2018 the Torabhaig Distillery. If one adds to that mix some iconic scenery, stunning walking routes for all levels of fitness, fascinating geological sites, historical ruined castles, deserted villages, and a couple of hidden beaches, the choice that Sleat offers its visitors is remarkable.
Coming to Sleat offers you the classic “over the sea to Skye” experience, with the romance of a ferry journey that has been described by the American Society of Travel Writers as one of the top ten ferry journeys in the world! You may indeed have chosen to get to this part of the Highlands by another iconic route - the rail link from Fort William to Mallaig which is frequently voted as the most scenic train journey in the world. Alternat8vely from April to October you can travel on the Glenelg-Skye Ferry, the last turntable ferry in Scotland.