Bed and Breakfast Description
A very warm welcome awaits you at Leabank Bed and Breakfast.
Leabank is a traditional stone built croft house, which has been refurbished to a very high standard.
We have a double room with attractive sea views, looking across to Wester Ross.
The room has a double size bed with en-suite facilities and complementary toiletries. Central heating, television/DVD player, radio alarm clock, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.
Guests have their own private sitting room where they can relax after their day exploring Skye’s scenic beauty. The sitting room is equipped with a TV/DVD player and a wide selection of DVD’s, a fridge and complementary tea/coffee making facilities.
A continental breakfast is served from 07.30am to 08.30am.
The guest room is serviced daily and fresh towels provided.
Leabank has private off road parking beside the house.
Leabank is a no smoking establishment but guests are permitted to smoke outside.
The house is situated on a quiet rural road, nestling below the Trotternish ridge. Leabank is east facing overlooking Staffin Bay, with the mountains of Wester Ross on the horizon.
Staffin is a small quiet crofting village, an ideal place for a relaxing holiday destination. In the village there are two shops, a laundrette and a Post Office. There are several restaurants and a hotel nearby.
There are many walks in the area allowing you to appreciate the stunning scenery for which Skye is famous for.
On the beach at An Corran, Staffin, are some remarkable footprints. They were left by a family of dinosaurs that walked across the sand here some 165 million years ago. Talk a walk or drive to the beach and see if you can find them.
The weird and wonderful rock formations of the Quiraing, which is very near our Bed and Breakfast, makes it popular with geologists, photographers and walkers.
Why not explore the Staffin Ecomuseum this is a museum without walls; See http://www.skyecomuseum.co.uk/ for more information.
The Isle of Skye is a great destination for wildlife watchers and Staffin is a great place to see many of them.