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A warm welcome awaits you at our cosy 'home away from home', nestled on the harbourside in the idyllic village of Kyleakin, just over the Bridge on the Isle of Skye. The White Heather is a small, non smoking, family run hotel, with just 9 immaculately presented, ensuite bedrooms, providing that personal touch. Two guest lounges, with large TV, BOSE Wave CD/Radio, games & books. Small guest kitchenette for guests - fridge, washer/dryer, microwave, toaster, kettle, coffee maker, iron. Guest study, with iMac, more books and magazines. Free WiFi.
Discover the grandeur of Skye's West Coast when you rest awhile at Ullinish Country Lodge Hotel. Guarded by the dramatic Black Cuillin and McLeod 's Tables and surrounded on three sides by the sea, Ullinish Country Lodge, following a major refurbishment, is a luxurious resting place in the midst of a lonely and wild landscape. Here in 1773 the celebrated Dr Johnson and Boswell stayed a while and over 200 years later owners Brian & Pam Howard invite you to do the same.
Taigh Ailean (Tie Allan), where Allan McLeod chose a remote lochside location for his croft and over a century later we chose it as our home because of its peaceful beauty. We are ideally situated for walkers, climbers (and Munro baggers), photography, fishing and pottering about eating cakes and buying crafts. In Munros Bar (check website for winter openings) we serve homecooked food using local ingredients, such as Loch Harport mackerel and Highland venison.†
Special Offer:†February - March. 2 nights 20% discount †3 nights+ 30% discount.
Greshornish House, dates from the 18th century and occupies a secluded loch side site, with large gardens and wooded grounds, between Portree and Dunvegan Castle. Home to Neil and Rosemary Colquhoun, this warm, friendly country house offers licensed bed and breakfast. The ideal place to enjoy the gentler pace of island life, walk, or visit Skye's many attractions. The spacious drawing room and billiard room with their comfortable sofas, armchairs, books and log fires provide a relaxed environment, echoed in the distinctive en-suite bedrooms. Open Easter to November. Closed Sundays and Mondays.
A fantastic location for a holiday or a weekend escape. Raasay House is completely refurbished and renovated historic clan mansion. Once the clan seat of the MacLeods of Raasay, Raasay House is set in it's own grounds and is the perfect place to explore the beautiful islands of Raasay and Skye.
Although off the beaten track, Raasay House is a stones throw from the ferry terminal with excellent connections to Skye. Stylish hotel rooms, beautiful residents lounge, free wifi, bar, restaurant and cafe.
Sligachan Hotel is the ideal location for people wishing to explore Skye. A historic haven for walkers and climbers, in the middle of the "Skye Trail" amidst the spectacular scenery of the Cuillin and a 6km hike from the Fairy Pools. With 21 en-suite bedrooms, the hotel has been modernised tastefully, while retaining its historic features.
Excellent cuisine, all day food, its own brewery, 400 malt whiskies, childrens play area, museum, open fires and a warm welcome should ensure that there is something for everyone at Sligachan.
The stately Skeabost House Hotel is situated centrally on the Isle of Skye with views out over the sea and surrounding countryside. With itís own golf course and a river flowing nearby it's perfect for fishing and golf and being only a seven minute drive from Portree, it's ideal for touring the island.
Originally built in 1870 as a Hunting Lodge the hotel boasts an array of original features. 14 bedrooms including four poster rooms. Restaurant serving the best local ingredients in addition to afternoon teas and light bites throughout the day.
The Caledonian is a friendly family run establishment right in the centre of Portree. We have private parking, a bar and bright, comfortable en-suite bedrooms. We have plenty maps and local knowledge of local walks and hikes and space for drying any wet gear. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
This romantic hideaway, set in 2 acres of grounds, has magnificent views over the Sound of Sleat and glorious sunsets are a frequent bonus. There's plenty to explore and in summer guests can take a trip on the exclusive hotel yacht. The bedrooms are individually decorated with beautiful fabrics and wall coverings and crisp linens. The ensuite bathrooms are supplied with luxurious toiletries. The chef uses only the finest local ingredients to create the fabulous, four course, fine-dining menus that have earned Toravaig its AA Rosette and numerous awards throughout the years.
The ever popular Stein Inn, the oldest Inn on Skye, is situated in the North West, with stunning views of Lochbay and the Western Isles. It is well situated to explore the island, with many notable walks near at hand. The scenery and wildlife are exceptional. Stein Inn 's reputation is built on the traditional values of providing good food (using the best of local produce), comfortable accommodation and a wide choice of refreshments, featuring cask ales and over 125 malt whiskies. VisitScotland Welcome Walkers accredited and Gold Green Tourism Business. Wifi Hotspot.
Try something just that little bit different ... ... holiday in a 16th century hunting lodge with a reputation for delicious food, delectable drinks, charming rooms, and allegedly a few guests, or rather phantoms of yore, whose ghostly presence makes the Lodge a most exceptional destination. Located adjacent to Loch Greshornish, the Lodge was originally built by the notable Macleods of Greshornish. Since 1543 this solid stone building has proved to be a safe haven from a hectic world.
Uniquely situated within the Islands capital Portree, yet set in 20 acres of woodland garden, this country hotel is an ideal base for touring Skye. Built over 200 years ago, Viewfield House retains all its original charm and the splendid victorian interior is wonderfully intact.
Viewfield House has 12 bedrooms, 10 en-suite with bath and shower, one of which is on the ground floor allowing wheelchair access. Enjoy a Scottish house-party atmosphere with bed and breakfast. We offer discounted rates for stays of 3 nights or more. Open between mid-April and mid-October.
Set in lush gardens in the south of the romantic Isle of Skye, Duisdale House Hotel is a stylish, contemporary, retreat with stunning views over the Sound of Sleat. Beyond its stone and slate exterior, original features blend perfectly with the hotels dramatic, chic interior. The perfect backdrop for the extensive menu, where each dish is creatively prepared mainly using fresh Island produce. Feature and Four Poster beds make up the eighteen, mainly double bedrooms, each one unique in design and layout. Exclusive summer sailing trips on the hotels private yacht.
With the picturesque harbour of Portree in the foreground and the view of the bay behind, The Royal Hotel is perfectly placed to offer you a quiet, restful retreat during your stay on the magical Isle of Skye. If you are looking for a relaxing holiday, short break or are just passing through on business, The Royal Hotel has the facilities to suit the occasion. Our.rooms and public areas offer new standards in contemporary style and traditional hospitality.
The Uig Hotel offers comfortable rooms, great food and friendly service and has been awarded 3 star Scottish Tourist Board status..Uig Hotel is a charming family run hotel located in Uig on the Isle of Skye. The Hotel is an old coaching inn dating back to 1831..Uig is situated above Uig Bay on the Trotternish peninsula and many of the eleven rooms offer fantastic views of the bay and surrounding area.
Relax in the tranquil village of Kyleakin.Enjoy the impressive views across to the Scottish mainland from our lochside lounge bar.Whether it is summer or winter relax with a dram in front of one of our open fires.Take a meal in our Claymore restaurant with a choice of table d hote or a la carte menus.
The Dunollie Hotel is set by the serene waterside of Broadford Bay at the foot of the mountains that lead to the famous Cuillin Hills.With 84 en suitebedrooms, a bar and restaurant, it is perfectly placed to explore an area rich in history.Broadford derives its name from Old Norse, meaning the wide bay. In later years, legend has it that Bonnie Prince Charlie gave the recipe for Drambuie to Clan MacKinnon, to thank the clan for helping him escape to France.
The Cuillin Hills Hotel, Portree, on the famous Island of Skye enjoys some of the finest and most spectacular views from any hotel in Scotland.From the moment you arrive you cannot fail to appreciate the Highland setting of this hotel. Fifteen acres of mature private grounds overlook Portree Bay with magnificent views to the Cuillin Mountain range. The Hotel has been awarded many accolades including the RAC Blue Ribbon award for the 4th Year Running..