Fáilte gu Ben Tianavaig – a warm welcome to our friendly Bed & Breakfast located in the heart of Portree……

Ben Tianavaig is run by Charlotte & Bill Johnson, and we are delighted to welcome you to our website, and our home.
Ben Tianavaig is also home to Skye Knits run by Charlotte. Skye Knits is a commission only enterprise - for more details contact Charlotte via email or the Skye Knits Facebook page where you can see examples of her work.

We are open all year round so our guests can enjoy all the island has to offer, whatever the season.

Ben Tianavaig is a distinctive terracotta-coloured house within the Portree conservation area. We look out over Portree Harbour with panoramic views of the Cuillins’, the Braes’, Ben Tianavaig hill, and beyond Loch Portree, to the Isle of Raasay.

We are also only a minute's walk from the centre of Portree - shops, restaurants, bars & pubs, banks and the harbour, are all easily accessible from the B&B.

We have 4 guest bedrooms, 2 double at ground floor level and 2 double (1 twin) larger rooms on our top floor. Our rooms are en-suite and all have views of the harbour and surrounding area. We want to make your stay with us as relaxed and enjoyable as possible. We provide comfortable, clean accommodation, a great breakfast (so our guests tell us!) with a good menu selection, and a warm friendly welcome.

If you want help to get the most out of your stay on the island, we can offer suggestions about places of interest or tour guides/trips/walks so you enjoy what the area has to offer. Whether you are a keen walker, a food or whisky enthusiast, researching your family history, taking in the museums and castles, or you want to watch the abundant wildlife – it’s all here for the asking in this truly beautiful part of the world.

However you are planning to spend your days on Skye, Ben Tianavaig is a great base to enjoy the island from – we hope you will agree with us…………


Thanks to :
- Andy McGuigan of www.AndyMcGuiganDesign.co.uk for the website design.
- Richard Smith (Harbour View Restaurant) for his fantastic photos of Ben Tianavaig and the island
- Andrew Bodinger for his photos of the Quiraing and Old Man of Storr.