Travelling to Skye can be part of the adventure and there are so many routes to choose
Directions from the Skye Bridge
From the Skye Bridge, continue 7 miles to the junction which indicates Armadale to the left. Turn left and continue on A851 for 7 miles and Duisdale is on the right hand side of the road.
Directions from Armadale Ferry
From the Armadale Ferry terminal, continue on the A851 towards Broadford for 7 miles approx. Duisdale is on the left hand side and well signposted. Please visit the Calmac website for timetables should you wish to come via the Armadale Ferry
By Car from Inverness
From Inverness it is a 2 hr 15 min drive from Inverness Airport which has direct flights from
London, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast and Amsterdam – Inverness Airport Destinations.
By Train from Inverness
You can also travel by train from Inverness to Kyle on one of the worlds most scenic routes.
Duisdale is just 20 minutes from Kyle station.
We can arrange a private transfer from the Station to the hotel in our 9 seater minibus. This must be booked 72 hours in advance.
Call us on 01470 373733 for a quote
By Car from Glasgow and Edinburgh via Skye Bridge
By Car via Fort William and then ferry from Mallaig to Armadale
Take the “Harry Potter” route and drive to Mallaig via spectacular Glen Finnan, then take the Calmac ferry to Armadale which is a 15 minute drive from Duisdale.
Please visit the Calmac website for timetables should you wish to come via the Armadale Ferry
By Train from Glasgow
For a more sustainable way to travel why not take the train from Glasgow to Mallaig via Fort William.
The journey from Fort William to Mallaig is where Harry Potter was filmed and is classed as one of the UKs most scenic rail journeys.
You can then take the boat to Armadale. Duisdale is just 15 minutes from the pier.
We can arrange a private transfer from the pier in our 9 seater minibus. This must be booked 72 hours in advance.
Call us on 01470 373733 for a quote.
Car Charging Stations
There are a number of vehicle charging stations close to Duisdale at Broadford and Kyle of Lochalash as well as An Crubh in Sleat.