La Bergerie – See & DO

The land around you

La Bergerie, nestled in the northern Waternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye, offers a truly remarkable getaway. With its elevated position, this location boasts breathtaking panoramic views of Stein harbour, Lochbay, and the mesmerising Outer Hebrides.

Immerse yourself in the local tourist activities while indulging in the finest whisky and gin distilleries, exploring scenic walking trails, embarking on thrilling kayaking adventures, conquering majestic climbing routes, casting your line for a tranquil fishing experience, or sailing, diving, mountain biking, and mountaineering in captivating surroundings.

Wildlife boat tours around the shores of Skye are available from Stein harbour with Divers Eye Boat Trips.

Please visit to “50 Things to do in Skye” to find a lot more things to do and see!

The Island is steeped in history, having links to Bonnie Prince Charlie, and La Bergerie is only 7 miles from Dunvegan Castle, the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the ancestral home of the Chiefs of clan MacLeod for 800 years. This is one of the most famous castles in Scotland with around 168,000 visitors a year from the UK and all over the world. 

There are also regular boat trips to iconic St Kilda and the Isle of Harris from the Waternish jetty just 5 minutes away, as well as seal and bird watching trips around the coast.

The house is approximately 30 minutes from the main car ferry port of Uig that serves the Hebridean islands of Harris and Lewis.

Culinary Delights

Skye is renowned for its seafood. At just over half a mile away from La Bergerie and within walking distance, is the Michelin Star Lochbay Restaurant. Also nearby is the Stein Inn, the oldest pub on the Isle of Skye.



The island’s capital, Portree, is 19 miles away where there is a large out of town co-op supermarket and all local and tourist amenities.