"Online reviews beforehand said that rooms were 'dated', however I found them delightful and comfortable. The owners were fantastic - they were fun, friendly and extremely helpful and informative. The food was created and served in gourmet fashion and all our dietary requirements were addressed spectacularly. We stayed in 6 different B&B's during our trip in Scotland and this was my favorite; we will definitely plan a return trip to Six Willows. The laundry service was a real bonus too."
Rebecca - June
"From the very beginning, the homeowners were very friendly with us, they even suggested us some places to visit and to dinner. Even though the house seems to be at the ends of the earth, it is a good location if you want to visit the Neist Point and Dunvegan Castle."
Maria - June
"Recommendable without any restriction. Nice room, friendly people, great breakfast"
Helmut - May
"Very nice and friendly, absolutely clean and comfortable, lovely and quiet B&B. I have been here twice and was completely statisfied both times. The location may be not central but offers all the possibilities you might need on Skye. Especially lovely furnishing and very friendly owners make you feel welcome. A B&B I can recommend (and already did) to good friends as long as I'm not in need of a nice accommodation on Skye myself."
Alfred - May
"We arrived very late and yet received a nice and friendly welcome. Our very short stay in a big comfy bed was topped with a excellent breakfast and helpful tips for our way back. The breakfast and the friendliness of the couple was excellent, there's no other way to describe it. As vegetarians, the veggie version of a Scottish breakfast was really amazing!!"
Michael - May
"Excellent wee B&B. We loved staying here. The couple who ran the Six Willows were very friendly and helpful with local knowledge. The room was warm, clean, comfortable and quirky. The breakfast was amazing. You couldn't stay here without having your car but I would highly recommend it to anyone. :) "
Amanda, September 2012
"Out in the country, exactly as we wanted! We enjoyed a wonderful 2 night stay with Ocean and Scott and loved the quiet restfulness of the location and our hosts."
Laura - July 12
"We stayed 1 night at the bed and breakfast and visited in the evening Neist Point and the lighthouse what was very beautiful. We even saw a big whale swimming!"
Eric - July 12
"Everything, it was just perfect exactly what we wanted, away from the crowd. Very hospitable and helpful hosts, beautiful surroundings, great views from where we stayed."
Laxman - June 12
“Comfortable home from home. We would like to thank you both for excellent service and atmosphere. We had really Quality Time in your home."
Peter and Jacek - May 2012
“Enchanting. Our stay was enjoyable, relaxing and very special. In a beautiful location, enchanting accommodation & lovely owners."
Angela - April 2012
"Peaceful Location with the best food ever. We had a fantastic welcome at Six Willows and a wonderful evening snack tray on our arrival, which was a godsend due to our delayed flight. The proprietors were very happy to supply local information and give directions and advice that helped us find some lovely spots on Skye. The food and the welcome... Nothing was too much trouble."
Lawrence- March 2012
"Since a child I’ve dreamed of coming to Skye. Six Willows and your wonderful hospitality made my visit that much more memorable and special. The breakfasts were lovely."
"A lovely B&B and very welcoming. Great breakfast and wonderful dinners, perfect base for the island and site seeing. We were made very welcome."
Sasha and Rob, Cape Town
"Different and healthy. A great change from the fatty ‘traditional’ Scottish breakfasts. The fresh fruits and cheeses and Ocean’s almond pancakes were just what we needed. Thanks for the maps we enjoyed exploring."
Natasha and Magdalena, Heidleberg
"Great local knowledge. Forget your guide books!! For the best walks, the most interesting places just ask Ocean and Scotty."
Corrine and Ron, Luxemburg
"Best breakfast. A very welcoming home with great breakfast (the meat eater didn’t miss the bacon!!). Lots of local knowledge.
Sheila and Paul, Bath