The easiest way of getting to Skye is by road, not only reducing tavelling time it is also more convenient to have your own car for sightseeing. However, you can also travel to Skye by bus or train (train stops just before the Skye Bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh)
SAT -NAVS - Unless you intend on 'sailing your car over the sea to Skye', you should programme your sat nav
route via Kyle of Lochalsh
By ROAD from Inverness
From Inverness take the A82 to Invermoriston, turn right onto the A887 which leads to the A87 to Kyle of Lochalsh, then take the bridge over the sea to Skye.
By ROAD from Glasgow
From Glasgow city centre motorway (M8), follow signs for Dumbarton & Loch Lomond (A82) head for Crianlarich. Take the A82 to Tyndrum heading for Fort William. From Fort William take the A82 to Invergarry. Left at Invergarry onto the A87 head for Kyle of Lochalsh and take the bridge over the sea to Skye
Directions to Ronan House - continue on the A87 thrugh Broadford to Portree. Leave Portree on the A87 to Uig. After 4.5 miles (Borve Junction) turn left on the A850 to Dunvegan. Travel 10 miles to Edinbane. Take the first main left turning which is signposted Upper Edinbane (opposite bus stop). Follow the single track road for approximately 1 mile)
Sat Navs: IV51 9PR via Kyle of Lochalsh
Public bus service from Glasgow and Inverness to Portree/Uig www.citylink.co.uk
Local bus service around the island www.stagecoachbus.com
Take the train from Inverness to Kyle of Lochash then collect a hire car.
Travelling form London why not take the Caledonian sleeper. http://www.scotrail.co.uk
by FERRY Glenelg to Kylerhea
Travel to Skye the traditional way in the worlds last seagoing, handoperated, turntable ferry. http://www.skyeferry.co.uk/
by FERRY Mallaig to Armadale www.calmac.co.uk