The Inn @ Àird a' Bhàsair, formerly known as the Ardvasar Hotel, one of the oldest inns on Skye, joined the Eilean Iarmain Group of businesses in 2017. Recently refurbished, and offering comfortable accommodation, the inn provides Scottish cuisine including locally caught seafood and local venison/game. Located only a short distance from Armadale, it is ideally suited to those travelling to and from the ferry to Mallaig, and is an excellent base to explore the world renowned sites of Skye as well as the island's newest distillery at Torabhaig just four miles up the road.

Imagine yourself, awaking to the birds chirping and the sizzle of bacon. The crisp mountain air fills your lungs…

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B&B from £30 per person per night

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Why not combine your stay with one of our outdoor activities:

Wildlife Walks | Wildlife Photography | Simulated Stalking

Booking Essential - contact the team now to find out more

01471 844 223 | [email protected]

Check out our Sporting Magazine here:

Fearann Eilean Iarmain 2019 Edition

The Inn @ Àird a Bhàsair has a selection of suites, double and twin rooms, either looking over the waters of the Sound of Sleat towards the hills of Knoydart, or with garden and woodland views. Take a look through our accommodation listings to find the room that suits your needs. All rooms are en suite with bath and shower.

With a choice of eating in the Linne Restaurant, serving seafood and steak, the MacNamara Bar or the Bothan Bar - the dog friendly bar - as well as outdoor seating for warm evenings, with views over the water, the Inn can provide for everyone's preference. 

A takeaway option is also available. Enjoy a game of pool in the games room whilst you wait.

Outdoor Activities

With a wealth of experience and outdoor skills, Scott MacKenzie, Fearann Eilean Iarmain's Conservation Manager and Headstalker, is the perfect host to accompany you on your outdoor activities. Discover wildlife in its natural surroundings, learn more about environmental conservation and develop an understanding and appreciation of this stunning landscape and the rich cultural heritage of Gaelic that has shaped its history - the place names, the local legends and stories. Further information here.

Check out our Sporting Magazine Here:

Fearann Eilean Iarmain 2019 Edition

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