WEIGHT: 64 kg
Services: Rimming (receiving), Massage Thai, Bondage, Massage anti-stress, Cross Dressing
A beautiful campsite in a peaceful woodland setting on the outskirts of Broadford village. It's a five minute walk to shops, pubs, restaurants and a bus stop. Match the tranquillity of an escape to the beautiful countryside, and days out exploring Skye's many attractions with free Wi-Fi and facilities back at your base. Camping Skye is part of a community-owned woodland development, which also includes allotments where various groups can meet and experience wellbeing activities, as well as a proposed Forest School for local children.
Any profits from the campsite go to support further community activities - so by staying here you are helping to build a sustainable future for a whole community on the Isle of Skye. Tent pitches over grass terraces too. You will pass Ashaig and Breakish. Then, travel through Broadford village on the A Camping Skye is on the right at the north end of the village, and is signposted at the main road.
From the North: Camping Skye is the first turning on your left as you enter Broadford village on the A The campsite is signposted at the main road. Site facilities include free showers, plus a disabled access toilet and shower. Hair-dryers are provided 50p. Washing-up sinks and laundry sinks are located indoors. Free Wi-Fi is available for all guests. Local shops and restaurants, and a bus stop with links to major routes, are a five minute walk from the campsite.
Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times, and exercised off site. You must bag and bin dog waste. Skye is the perfect place for outdoor adventures, wildlife, heritage and a lot more besides! Local companies offer tours by bus, jeep or boat to some of the special places on the island.
There are a range of more active options available, too, including climbing, guided walks, mountain biking and kayaking. The area is rich in bird and animal life, and Skye's geology is fascinating. Opportunities abound to immerse yourself in history and culture, including learning a little of the Gaelic language.