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Close to the Skye Bridge in Kyleakin village, the Kings Arms dates back to the 1600s and has panoramic views across Kyle of Lochalsh to the mainland. Its was good stay, mattress was not good, and pillows was not good. Staff was not polite as with smile or so, just get your key and get to your room kind thing.
Glenarroch features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Kyleakin. The accommodation provides evening entertainment and free WiFi. The service was very kind. The room covered all the basics and provided comfort. Our favorite was the spacious bathroom. The stay included breakfast at Saucy Mary's, right outside the building. It was so yummy and great! However, if you wanted to eat dinner there, it is a bit pricey but worth it to support their local business.
Offering superb views of the surrounding sea and mountains, Maol View Apartment is located on the Isle of Skye. So very well furnished by the owner is beyond expectations. Very clean and cosy, large space for parking. Spectacular Mountain View at the door! It’s a pity we stayed too short there! It is worth spendings more days there.
Hillside is set in Kyleakin. There is also a kitchen in some of the units equipped with a fridge. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. Everything! It’s good for family to stay, good spaces for the whole family to utilize. The accommodation overview the skye bridge
Strathspey is set in Kyleakin and offers a garden and barbecue facilities. The accommodation is 31 km from Portree, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Fantastic house, very spacious and cosy. Great location just after Skye bridge. Wonderful views, everything we could ask for was there. Laurie was a great host, we found a huge welcome humper basket on our arrival, which was really a very nice touch! Excellent communication before and during our stay. Would definitely come back as it is ideal for a family (three children aged 18,16 and 12 and they each had their own room which they loved).
Fairly basic but clean and comfortable. Staff very friendly. Only disappointment was that we thought our private bathroom with our second room ((with our kids) would be a ‘jack and Jill’ style door, instead it was down a floor via a communal landing. The shower was excellent though with great water pressure!!
Not much in the town really, was mostly a base camp. As it's south end of the island, you do have to be prepared to travel. The wee whisky shop beside the road a few miles north is a must do, great selection and lads n lassies in there were great.
good views of boats coming in and every morning supply tug boats leaving under the Skye Bridge. King Haagdon bar very good, but Saucy Marys food was fantastic- must try Steak and isle of Skye ale pie plenty of veg and binoffee pie to follow ! Harbour cruise with Atlantic boat glass bottomed seeing jellyfish and kelp underwater, plus a ruined castle on the harbour side.
We had booked for a deluxe double room with bath and also sea view for 2 nights while doing the north coast 500 on the motorbike. What we got was a small double with shower room and a view of the back yard (which we were not allowed to use) and the hill side. The room was clean as it had been recently decorated and the shower was good. However the room had no hooks to hang coats on and no shelves in the bathroom for toiletries etc. There was only 3 coat hangers in the wardrobe and the duvet cover had not been fastened at the bottom. There were only 4 milk cartons in the room and when we asked at breakfast if we could have some more she said she didn't have any, so we had to buy a pint from the shop. The room was very sparse and lacked home comforts not even a picture on the wall. This was the most expensive b&b /hotel we stayed in on our tour and while it wasn't dreadful it was the worst we stayed in and the most expensive,as we didn't get what we paid for.
The locals are friendly especially Mark the gardener and the ladies that work in the village shop! The food in the restaurants is delicious and reasonably priced, and just walking around exploring this small but beautiful village and watching the seals in the crystal clear waters from the roadside👌👌
I stayed there as I could not manage a hotel I Portree. Place is good, nice view of Skye bridge, well connected to both direction. But if you want to see other attractions of Isle of Skye then it will be difficult. There is a ruin of medieval military checkpost Castiel meol .
Strategically located beautiful and compact property from where both Isle of Skye and Applecross in Kyle of Lockalsh are within easy reach.
The location, the view, the property and the host Ross were excellent. The best meal we had in Scotland was at the Castle Moil Restaurant.
The staff are very friendly and the breakfast was excellent. The location is perfect for exploring the Isle of Skye.
Friendly staff. Excellent location just near the skye bridge. Beautiful views
Great location, nice hotel.
The service was very kind. The room covered all the basics and provided comfort. Our favorite was the spacious bathroom. The stay included breakfast at Saucy Mary's, right outside the building. It was so yummy and great! However, if you wanted to eat dinner there, it is a bit pricey but worth it to support their local business.
The location of this property is stunning. The house is very clean and well equipped which made it feel like a home from home. I would highly recommend this holiday home to anyone who wants a quiet location but with good connections to surrounding attractions/walks etc.
Its was good stay, mattress was not good, and pillows was not good. Staff was not polite as with smile or so, just get your key and get to your room kind thing.