To get to the centre follow the Struan Rd (B885) out of Portree towards Struan.
The centre is approximately 1 mile from from Portree on the left hand side of the road. the cabin and shipping container are clearly visible as are the archery targets. Please drive carefuly along the single track road approaching the centre.
The postcode is IV51 9EG please be aware that this postcode covers a wide area and will not bring you directly to the door
Plan your journey in advancr to ensure you arrive on time
Driving times vary but for all practical purposes allow the following from:
- Edinburgh or Glasgow: 5½ hours
- Inverness: 3 hours
- Kyle of Lochalsh: 45 minutes
- Armadale: 1 hour
- Uig: 25 minutes
From Glasgow: take the A82 via Fort William to Invergarry and then the A87 to Portree. This route will take you over the bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh. There is an alternative route from Fort William, via the Mallaig ferry to Armadale on Skye, if you choose to travel this way, please look carefully at the ferry timetable and book your ticket in advance.
From Edinburgh: The quickest route is to take the A9 north to Dalwhinnie and then the A86 to Spean Bridge where you join the A82 just north of Fort William.
From Inverness: take the A82 to Invermoriston and the A887 which turns into the A87 leading to Portree.
If you are using a satellite navigation system please make sure you choose your preferred route before you programme your GPS. Some systems may take you to the ferry terminal at Mallaig, without offering you the option of crossing the bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh. If you select to break your journey in Fort William you can then decide which way you want to go and check whether the ferry is running.
The railheads serving Skye are at Mallaig and Kyle of Lochalsh. Neither railhead is served well by onward public transport. Please look carefully at the bus timetables or better still arrange for a hire car to be delivered to the train station or ferry terminal.
The nearest Airport is at Inverness. Scheduled flights operate between Inverness and London Gatwick, London Luton, Belfast City, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Stornoway in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland. If you are coming from the South by air, this is the obvious place to rent a car.
There are three car ferries to Skye.
Mallaig to Armadale
Glenelg to Kylerhea (a rewarding detour, leaving the A87 at Shiel Bridge and re-joining it at Ashaig on Skye)
Lochmaddy North Uist and Tarbert Harris to Uig
HAPPY TRAVELS, SEE YOU ON SKYE!