|To:||Peinchorran (Peighinn a' Chorrain) (NG526335)|
|Length:||6.1 miles (9.8 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B883 is a short B-road on the eastern side of the Isle of Skye. The road was originally unclassified but had gained its number by 1932.
The road commences at a point named Braes Road End at a junction with the A87 just south of the Aros Centre at the southern end of the town of Portree (Port Righ), from here it heads first east to the junction with an unclassified road to Heatherfield (An Torran Uaine) and Penifiler (Peighinn nam Fidhleir) near to Peinmore Farm before turning south east (passing an unclassified road leading south to another junction with the A87) and into the Braes area (Am Braighe) of Skye.
Continuing in a south easterly direction it passes through the townships of Camastianavaig (Camas Tianabhaig), Achnahanaid (Ach na h-Annaid), Ollach (An Ollach), Gedintailor (Gaed an t-Sailleir), and Balmeanach (Am Baile Meadhanach) to end at the disused pier in Peinchorran (Peighinn a' Chorrain), directly opposite the Sconser ferry terminal on the other side of Loch Sligachan.