This place is not for me at all. Full of arty folk looing deep in conversation and really just a hang out to bee seen in. Wooden forks, paper cups and plates.
We enjoyed the Highland Platter - which is a cheese-lovers delight! Ours came with venison charcuterie which was just as tasty as the cheese! The location is easy to miss - the sign is low-to-the-ground and the driveway is near an unrelated building and near an intersection. However it's worth the search. There were so many different wonderful items on... More
This place was recommended to us so we dropped in and unfortunately it was Sunday so they were closed! We tried again later in the week and enjoyed their freshly baked stuffed bread with goats cheese and onion. Delicious! Unfortunately our 10 year old wasn't too impressed with the choices but we enjoyed finishing off his hazelnut chocolate cake. The... More
We loved the Skye Baking Company which is a little tricky to find but worth it! It describes itself as a food shop with seats. Wonderful artisan breads, cheeses and meats and drinks from the likes of Belvoir etc. The gallery upstairs is lovely and seats and stove with daily newspapers all a nice touch. We enjoyed the soups and... More
We visited here whilst on holiday in Skye after reading reviews on trip advisor. We were not disappointed. there are a lovely selection of snacks, cakes and hot/cold drinks to choose from. All of the food items are made on the premises. The lovely waitress said the kids could come back one morning to see the bread being made in... More
We found the bakery thanks to trip advisor - we would never have found it otherwise! The food was lovely, the service really friendly and the art was inspirational. Go upstairs and meet the artist - Jeremy Rossiter - his work with slate and gloss is amazing! Only meant to buy a card - but ended up with a piece... More
I found this bakery on Facebook so I wanted to visit it during my holiday on Skye. The cafe is a bright room, with a fireplace and a children corner with games. On the first floor there's an art gallery but I didn't visit it. As the owner saw me peeking through the laboratory's window, he invited me to come... More
Another place to visit for a great coffee and cake, wonderful bread and then wash it down with a visit to the gallery where you will be delighted to see an impressive collection of affordable arts and crafts. A must visit indeed
small, compact, nothing fancy café & bakehouse. The bread, scones, cakes etc are the best I have ever had! We were in Skye for 2 weeks and visited this almost every day! the husband was the baker, and his wife was the Glasgow version of Bet Midler, but in a café/bakery not a pub! Hilarious, but a character. coffee &... More
Had a latte and an almond bake. The bakes were quite nice, nice place to sit and have a chat. Must go upstairs for a look round the surprisingly large art gallery. Can be a bit pricey depending on your tastes. You could take something to go up the road to watch a shinty match.
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