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    Recommend me a B and B on Skye

    My B and B for my 60th birthday trip to Skye in July has cancelled. They've sold the house.

    We want a B and B or small hotel, near to pubs and restaurants and preferably with views.

    Suggestions, with links if possible, would be greatly appreciated. Must have bike parking, of course.

    Thanks.

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    You could do worse than contact HRH Johnny at Lochbay B&B in Waternish. He rides Orange and a nicer chap you could not hope to meet ~ 01470592377

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    Old Inn Carbost but the I doubt you'll get booked in there now.

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    Wahey, problem solved.

    The original b and b has contacted their neighbour, who also runs a b and b and they have taken on our booking at the same rate, so the trip is saved.

    Thanks to Andres and Cabby for your suggestions, but both were unavailable for all 4 days we are there. According to booking.com, Skye is 99% booked for those dates. It's one of the problems with having a birthday that falls during school holiday dates. On the plus side, Scottish rain is warmer in July

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    Great result

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    If anyones reading wit intent to stay on Skye, portree is a great spot, lots of bars and restaurants, I've stayed at both and bike parking and location is spot on

    http://bosvillehotel.co.uk

    http://www.pier-hotel.co.uk

    http://www.royalhotel.scot/hotel-on-the-isle-of-skye/
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    Worth noting- not all rooms are available to Booking.com - phoning up individual places is the best/cheapest method.

    Parking? On Skye? You don't even need to ask or worry about it.

    When you get there you will understand

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    I know that Booking have a limited number of rooms but it's a good indicator of availability. They're saying 99% booked so demand is high.

    I've been to Skye before, so know what it's like. It's why, of all the places I could have chosen to spend my 60th, I chose there. The people, the scenery, the roads, the Talisker

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