Isle Of Skye Restaurants
Places To Eat On Isle Of Skye
Freshly Prepared Meals at Marsco
Meals are shared in the dining room, as part of the fun of bed and breakfasting is the opportunity to meet a variety of people from around the world and to share your experiences with the other guests. The dining room has views over the garden.
Our Breakfast Menu is wide and varied to give you the chance to decide on your own breakfast. There is always a range of fresh fruit, fruit juices and cereals available, and you can follow this with either, a full traditional cooked or continental breakfast or select from our local Carbost free range egg menu.
We now have a full Gluten-Free menu, as well as vegetarian options. Need an early start, we are always happy to provide a packed breakfast at no extra cost. We will try to cater for all dietary needs with prior notice.
Christine is famed for her Breakfasts, especially her Porridge, home made-bread and cakes. Or if you have enough of the Traditional Scottish Breakfast why not try Christine’s unique Healthy Option Breakfast.
Fresh Local Produce
All of our food is locally sourced wherever possible and cooked to order. All ingredients are freshly prepared and are grilled, steamed or boiled - we do not serve fried food, fast or otherwise!
We will be pleased to prepare a packed lunch to take with you whilst exploring Skye.
Eating Out: Restaurants on Skye
There is an excellent choice of pubs serving meals, to complement the many excellent restaurants on the Isle of Skye.
Pub meals are served at The Old Inn at Carbost [one mile from Marsco] and at the Taigh Ailean Hotel in Portnalong [four miles away].
Other establishments can be found slightly further afield in Portree [16 miles away], Dunvegan [19 miles away], and Broadford [24 miles from the B&B].
The Isle of Skye has many other restaurants for you to try, including the Stein on the Waternish peninsula, the Ullinish Lodge Hotel near Struan, and the famous Three Chimneys restaurant - ideal for a really special occasion - at Colbost, near Dunvegan.