Isle of Skye Baking Company
10 locals recommend ·
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North Skye - Portree Lovely bakery which also offers vegan options.
The Isle of Skye baking company is a wee bit out of Portree but it dose great lunch breads and sweet treats. They have a variety of lovely short breads that are also great as wee gifts. Also if you're a Tea drinker they have a good variety and even some local blends that are very tasty.
Great place to go for coffee and cake, with an added bonus you can browse the gallery after.
Bakery and Cafe serving lovely artisan breads, handmade cakes and treats. Super art gallery with local artwork and gifts above.
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