Thank you for wanting to visit Rubha Phoil.

If you’re ready to reserve or book our cabin, you can call 00447393830403 or book on-line here.
We have a special promotion code for you. If you use the code ‘Seal’ at the checkout, you get 20% discount.


Our Cabin:


Our cabin can sleep up to 5 people.
A night in our cabin is £40 for one person. £10 per person extra. Children under 8 are free. You’ll have the whole cabin to yourselves.
Your stay is self catering and you need to bring your own bedding. We have a little kitchen with a gas hob available for you.
The cabin has electric heating, a fridge, a toaster and a kettle.
You can make an outside fire. You are welcome to bring untreated wood or charcoal or buy some from us.
Sorry, no dogs, hen or stag parties or drones on our site.
You are welcome to contact us to ask any questions: by phone 00447393830403 or email or book online here.
You can read the ‘rules’ of the land and the terms and conditions for the bookings here


Other ways to visit

– If you want to just come and have a look, please visit anytime.

– If you want to have a chat, please make an appointment here. So that we can make sure we are available for you. If you are willing to ‘bring a spade’, that makes it much easier. (read more about this at the bottom of the page.)

– If you want to volunteer, look here


You can find us:

By Ferry: take the Mallaig-Armadale Ferry. Our entrance is to the left of the ferry port.

Ferry timetables, service updates and ticket sales can be found at calmac.co.ukSummer and Winter. If you have a vehicle, you are advised to book your ferry tickets in advance. Foot passengers can just turn up. In bad weather, do keep an eye on service updates!

By Bus: Bus times can be found here

By Road: Cross the Skye Bridge and continue on the A57. Before you reach Broadford, turn left onto the Armadale road (A851), heading south. Follow signs to Armadale Pier and ferries for about 20 miles – you’ll find us on the right, beside the ferry car park.

If you are coming from the north of Skye, come through Broadford, then take the Armadale road (A851) on the right and follow signs to Armadale Pier and ferries (about 20 miles).


More information on the ‘bring a spade’ principle.

If you’d like to have a chat with us or ask us questions:

We are a very popular destination. Our positive reputation is spreading. More and more people are interested in our Permaculture Community and seeing permaculture in action can be very inspiring.

So we understand that you are interested and want to accommodate your interest, if we can.

Earth Ways is still a young permaculture community at this new location. This project has been started since November 2016. In permaculture, most of the work is done in the setting up phase. As you can imagine, we are very busy. We can’t yet afford to take out much time to give people tours.

raised bed making
Helping out in a fair exchange

What can work for us:

We like working on the principle, that we permaculturists call: bring a spade. We have enough spades, but it gives an indication of what we propose.

– The easiest way to see the project is to come and help out on one of our volunteer days. If you would like that, let me know, I’ll make sure that you get invited for the next one. We are more than happy to show people around on those days and answer any questions in return for some help on the farm.

– If you want to spend more time on the project, that is possible too. Have a look here to read about volunteering at our project.

– Or if that doesn’t suit, this is possible too:
We ask from people that they spend 2x the amount of time that we spend giving a tour, helping us out. Not because our time is more valuable than yours. But because we have to spend time explaining the tasks. We want to try to have the same amount of work done at the end of the day plus have you visiting the community and chat with us. This is a way that can make that possible.

– If you have little time or if your visit is for work purposes, we do accept payment in money too. Enough to pay someone to do the work that I was unable to do while giving you a tour is enough.

We are happy to listen to suggestions for another way of a fair exchange too.

Planting Strawberry plants
Planting Strawberry plants

We hope that you feel that this would be a fair exchange.

One of the permaculture ethics after all is fair share.

Let us know what you think.

Thank you
Ludwig