welcome you to this fully refurbished, luxury, 4 Star Hotel, situated
in the village of Broadford, overlooking Broadford Bay.
The Broadford, which was established in 1611, is the Original Home of
Drambuie and is steeped in history.
You will be treated to first class service in lovely, stylish accommodation
where gentle hints of the past are reflected in dramatic Drambuie colours.
Broadford Hotel Accommodation
Gorgeous fabrics and furnishings have been used to completely refurbish
every bedroom, each based on one of the many Drambuie tartans.
Each bedroom has:
· Flat screen TV
· Tea & coffee making facilities
· En-suite facilities
· Internet connection
We have created two luxury suites in Broadford Hotel, named after the
two Skye families involved in the creation of Drambuie Liquor –
the Ross Suite and the MacKinnon Suite.
The fabrics and furnishings are luxurious and decadent with calm, spacious
en-suites, restful lounge areas and many extras to make your visit a special
These suites are based on the two families involved in the conception
of Drambuie, the Ross family, who came up with the original recipe for
Drambuie, and the MacKinnon family, who took this recipe and created the
brand as it is today.
Fine cuisine, using the best of local produce:
Skye’s wonderful larder of fresh produce forms the backbone of The
Broadford’s cuisine, with a selection of menus that will bring you
back for more.
Great Food, Great Service:
Our Spinnaker Restaurant boasts a superb view over Broadford Bay and serves
excellent cuisine including the freshest of local seafood.
The Spinnaker Bar:
Enjoy the house specialty– a Drambuie served long with soda and
fresh lime, or a hot, frothy cappuccino and look cool on our fat leather
Things to do in the area:
Here the stark rise of the jagged Cuillin ridge drops to the gentle white
of a soft sand beach.
Inlets, bays and islands create a complex lacework pattern with the sea.
Tiny villages and historic keeps are familiar and fascinating. A place
where time means nothing, and beneath every footstep lies 500 million
years of history.
Discover the compelling past, the vibrant future and, through the essence
of this remarkable land, capture memories to live with you forever. Unforgettable!
Journey Beyond Your Imagination
Skye is a place to relax and reflect. Skye is the home of the world famous
Cuillin Mountains and an ancient culture.
The Skye Bridge:
Love it or hate it, the Skye Bridge, spanning from Kyle of Lochalsh to
Kyleakin, is here and for most people it will be your gateway to Skye.
Seen on a peaceful late spring evening from the railway station at Kyle
of Lochalsh, it can even look quite elegant.
Though originally a toll bridge, there is now no toll so access to the
Island across the bridge is free.
Caledondian MacBrayne operate ferry services to and from The Island on
routes from Armadale to Mallaig and from Uig to The Western Isles. In
addition there are CalMac ferries serving Raasay from Sconser and The
Small Isles (Canna, Rùm, Eigg and Muck) from Mallaig.
Local & National Buses:
A number of bus services operate nationally or locally.
For current details of the routes and timings see one or more of the following:
Rapsons: Running local services on Skye and throughout the Highlands of
CityLink: Operating express coach services to throughout Scotland.
National Express: Running express coach services for the whole of the
ScotRail run rail services from throughout Scotland and the UK to the
railway stations at Kyle of Lochalsh and Mallaig. The scenery along these
rail routes (The Kyle Line & The West Highland Line) is tremendous.
The Broadford Hotel is The Original Home of Drambuie
The Isle of Skye is rich with its own individual history, legends, myths
and magic. None more so than the romantic tale of the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion
and Bonnie Prince Charlie whose life was protected by Flora MacDonald,
the young lady who rowed him to safety, a journey immortalised in the
'Skye Boat Song'.
Here at the Broadford Hotel we have our own link with history.
Here was the birthplace of Drambuie, a world renowned Scottish brand which
owes its present day success to the enterprise of two Skye families. First
there was John Ross and his son, James, who owned the Hotel towards the
end of the 19th century and who developed, patented and sold Drambuie
- ‘a link with the ‘45’. Then there was the MacKinnon
family who in the 20th century built on the brand’s beginnings to
make it truly international and who still own the brand today.
Email Broadford Hotel enquiries & reservations: email@example.com