Skye's most famous Restaurant with Rooms provides 5-Star quality in every way. The six stylish bedrooms are just a short stroll across the courtyard from the tiny Scottish restaurant with its worldwide reputation. Situated in a beautiful location by the sea on the edge of Loch Dunvegan in the north west of the island, it is a perfect, romantic retreat. Within easy distance of some of the island's most magnificent walks and stunning scenery, guests can relax in comfort after their day out, enjoy fine wine and great food. Paradise!
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.
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. 18 bedrooms including four poster rooms. Restaurant serving the best local ingredients in addition to afternoon teas and light bites throughout the day.
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.
Greshornish House, dates from the 18th century and occupies a secluded loch side site with gardens and wooland, between Portree and Dunvegan. This warm, friendly country house offers licensed bed and breakfast, evening meals (non-residents welcome, booking preferred) and afternoon tea (advance booking required). 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 comfortable sofas, armchairs, books and log fires provide a relaxed environment, echoed in the distinctive en-suite bedrooms.