Located on the Southernmost tip of the Isle of Skye, this Victorian hotel offers award-winning dining, free WI-FI and parking, ideally situated within 35 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands with panoramic views and stylish accommodation.
Located on the Southernmost tip of the Isle of Skye, this Victorian hotel offers award-winning dining, free WI-FI and parking, ideally situated within 35 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands with panoramic views and stylish accommodation. Originally built in the 1850’s, the property has been lovingly refurbished and is now a stylish, contemporary retreat. Every effort has been taken to ensure that the buildings original period features, such as the beautiful staircase, fireplaces and ornate ceilings, blend sympathetically with the hotels chic interior creating an ambiance infused with the elegance of the past and the luxury of the present. Surrounded by the romantic splendour of its own grounds, including enchanting woodland and tranquil gardens, it boasts some truly captivating views of the Sound of Sleat and the mainland mountains beyond. With a dedicated team of friendly and welcoming staff, it offers the finest Highland hospitality and all the ingredients needed for a truly memorable stay.
Each of the 17 en-suite rooms are uniquely styled and furnished, utilising coordinating bold fabrics in a luxurious and contemporary style. Rooms come fully-equipped with all the modern amenities and comforts one would expect from a hotel of this calibre, including free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV with Sky channels, bath/shower combo, designer toiletries, crisp Egyptian cotton linen, direct-dial telephone and tea & coffee making facilities. There are plenty of room types to choose from, including cosy doubles, romantic four-posters and king-size superior rooms. Bright and airy, many rooms also feature stunning panoramic views across the sea or the surrounding gardens and grounds.
The award-winning restaurant has garnered an impressive reputation for the quality of its food and drink. Specialising in traditional Scottish cuisine with a contemporary twist, dishes are prepared using locally sourced ingredients from small island producers on Skye or from the Highlands of Scotland. Guests can choose to dine in the conservatory, with its stunning views of the gardens, or in the more intimate inner dining room with its beautiful original open fireplace. For pre-dinner drinks and casual dining, The Chart Room is open throughout the day and into the evening.
This romantic hotel is set within 35 acres of beautiful mature gardens and an enchanting woodland backdrop. There is also a luxurious garden hot tub for guests to enjoy. Those wishing to experience Skye from a completely different perspective can join one of the unique sailing trips on offer daily from April to September onboard the hotels private luxury yacht. With such breathtaking scenery and luxurious surroundings, the Hotel is also a magnificent venue for weddings and other celebrations. Indeed, there is even the option of getting married on the yacht itself.
The Isle of Skye is the second largest island in Scotland and home to a staggering array of exciting activities and natural wonders. With a population a little over 9,000, it is a true Highland wilderness. Such fantastic scenery provides ample opportunities for a fantastic range of outdoor activities. From walking, rambling and cycling to rock climbing, sailing and quad-biking there is sure to be something to fuel one’s passion for the great outdoors. For those who prefer something a little more laid back, there are some great local golf courses and peaceful fishing spots. The Isle of Skye is very fortunate to be home to some iconic attractions such as the Cuillin Mountain Range, Talisker Whisky Distillery, Clan Donald Skye with its ruined Armadale Castle & Gardens (Home of the Clan Donald for centuries) and Dunvegan Castle & Gardens (home of the Clan MacLeod for over 800 years). The ancient and iconic Eilean Donan Castle is actually located by the picturesque village of Dornie on the main tourist route to the Isle of Skye.