A selection of cafes you might like to try ~ please check for opening times.
The Dunvegan Deli Café is open Tuesdsay-Saturday 11.00 – 3.30pm, for coffee, tea and a selection of home baking. For lunch 12.00 – 2.30pm and dinner 6.00 – 9.30pm (booking advised). Visit their website to find out more > Deli Café
The MaCleod Tables Cafe is across the road from the entrance into the castle.
Visit the website to find out more > Macleod Tables Cafe
The Bakery, Dunvegan, The oldest bakery on Skye. Serving lunches, snacks, home made bread and cakes.
Cafe Lephin is in Glendale.
Tea and coffee, light lunches and home baking. Call in on your way to Neist Point Lighthouse. Visit the website to find out more > Cafe Lephin ~ Glendale
Bog Myrtle Cafe is in Struan. It has a good variety of freshly made food and a large selection of old books. Visit the website to find out more > Bog Myrtle Skye
Cafe Cuill – situated in Carbost. Drawing inspiration from the wild, natural larder that Skye has to offer, Café Cùil uses locally sourced, sustainable produce combined with traditional ingredients to give its own refreshing take on brunch & lunch.
(WED – SUN 9.30AM – 4.30PM)
Glenbrittle Campsite Cafe. A favourite of ours. Sat at the foot of the Cuillins below the Fairy Pools. Such a tranquil location. Hot drinks and cakes. Visit the website to find out more > Glenbrittle Campsite & Cafe
Birch, Portree. Offering hot drinks and cakes and savouries.
Visit the website to find out more > BIRCH
Columba 1400 – Staffin. Serving light lunches, tea, coffee and cake. Visit the website to find out more > Café & Shop | Columba 1400
Amy’s Tearoom, Torrin
Serving home made cakes, quiches and toasted sandwiches. Visit the website to find out more > Amy’s Place Tearoom
Book directly for the best rates.