Hotel Accommodation in Isle of Skye
Guide providing hotel and guest accommodation in Isle of Skye. Our directory contains detailed information for cheap hotel rooms, bed and breakfast, luxury and discount accommodation deals.
The Ardvasar Hotel was built in the early 1800's making it one of the oldest hotels on Skye. Personally run by the owner Richard Jeffrey, it is situated in the beautiful "Garden of Skye" overlooking the Sound of Sleat and the magnificent Knoydart Mountains beyond. Situated approximately 800 metres from Armadale, here the ferry from Mallaig brings you "Over the sea to Skye".
New owners Ian and Carol Smith-Tongs and the entire Mackinnon Country House Hotel team have one goal; to make you our guest, feel perfectly at home in the beautiful and tranquil surroundings of this lovely hotel. Many of the splendid rooms overlook the magnificent gardens. The MacKinnon hotel represents the very best of country house hotels on the beautiful Isle of Skye.
Hotel Eilean Iarmain, also known as Isle Ornsay Hotel, is small and privately owned, situated on a sheltered bay in the south of Skye, with expansive views over the Sound of Sleat to the hills of Knoydart on the mainland. People have been coming here for over a hundred years, drawn by a love for the landscape of this Hebridean island, its geology, botany, ornithology, history, culture and language.
Authentic, charming, and discreetly luxurious: Kinloch, the highland home of Claire and Godfrey Macdonald, is a hotel like no other. Kinloch is a special place in a magical setting, nestling at the foot of Kinloch Hill on the tranquil shoreline of the sea-loch Na Dal in Sleat on the wildly romantic Isle of Skye. It's only fifteen minutes from the Skye Bridge at Kyleakin or twenty minutes from the landing
It would be hard to find a more dramatic and inspiring setting in the whole of Scotland, let alone Europe, than the one enjoyed by the world famous Sligachan Hotel. With the Black Cuillin towering at its back and the sparkling waters of Loch Sligachan at its foot, the hotel has served mountaineers, walkers and lovers of wild Highland scenery for over 175 years. Sligachan Hotel is family owned and run,
Pause for a moment and consider how fine it would be to flee to an unspoilt island where all of your senses will be stimulated - a place to unwind, relax and enjoy. A place hidden from the tourist highway. A sanctuary surrounded by scenery that is more than breathtaking. A spot ideally placed for walks amongst majestic mountains or just somewhere to while away the hours in splendid seclusion.
Ullinish, lonely and wild; legend has it that its name may be from a Norse word for wolf??s head which aptly describes this distinctive peninsula. Here, surrounded by dramatic views of the Black Cuillin and MacLeod??s Tables, one senses a corner of Skye set apart, less visited, and for that part more mysterious. Here the elusive is found, Sea Eagles and skerries, landfalls of sharp cliffs and windswept
The White Heather is a small, non smoking, family run hotel, with just 9 immaculately presented, ensuite bedrooms, enabling us to provide that personal touch often missing in larger hotels. We are more than happy to cater for both individual holidays and group bookings - up to 22 guests in total. If you want to have the place totally to yourselves, however, we would recommend you make your block booking
Welcome to Toravaig House Hotel and Restaurant on the beautiful Scottish Isle of Skye, the ultimate romantic retreat on Scotland??s own 'paradise island??. Toravaig is a stylish, contemporary country house hotel situated in Sleat, the 'Garden of Skye' with magnificent views over the sea to the mainland hills beyond. So when the hassle of the package holidays and the stresses of everyday life in a time
Ken Gunn and Anne Gracie have just taken over the Duisdale House Hotel on the beautiful Isle of Skye. Duisdale is set in lovely gardens which surround the hotel and extend to about 30 acres of wooded hillside. There are breathtaking views across the sea to the hills of Knoydart. Ken and Anne own the Toravaig House Hotel, the small boutique hotel which is three miles distant.
The Old Inn complex comprises of a chalet, self contained rooms and a bunkhouse style hostel which has been extended and modernised to provide a high degree of style and comfort. Standing as it does, twenty feet from the edge of Loch Harport, the accommodations command breathtaking views of the Cuillin Mountains, and the beckoning islands of Canna, Eigg and Rhum,