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The Haven Guest House is located in Plockton, within 6.2 miles of Kyle of Lochalsh and 11 miles of Eilean Donan Castle. Lynne our hostess was absolutely wonderful, we felt at home right away. The historic building is stunning with an inviting lounge and the breakfast was outstanding! The room spacious and clean, we wanted to stay longer!
Featuring garden views, 24 Harbour Street, Plockton - Stunning sea views & private garden provides accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 6.4 miles from Kyle of Lochalsh. Very spacious, comfortable , very clean and in a fabulous location.
Located in Plockton in the Highlands region and Kyle of Lochalsh reachable within 4.3 miles, Duirinish Pods with Private Hot Tubs provides accommodations with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and... I liked the lay out of the interior of the pod.
Featuring a restaurant and a bar, Plockton Inn is located in Plockton, 6.2 miles from Kyle of Lochalsh and 11 miles from Eilean Donan Castle. Great breakfast. Nice staff. I stayed in a room across the street from check-in. They allowed me to check in slightly earlier than the stated time. Comfy room. Would have liked it to be a bit warmer (heater-wise...didn't seem to heat the room up too much but maybe I didn't know how to work it). Comfy beds and blankets. I was warm. Flat Screen TV.
Small little and nice town but with nothing to do. It is remorse from everything, the closest gas station is 8 mile away, there are only two restaurants serving only dinner, nothing for lunch except fish&chips from a fish&chips bar, youbhave to book table god knows when before the dining time in order to get a table...The town has no food store, you can not buy a bottle of watter anywhere. BOTTOM LINE: STAY AWAY FROM THIS TOWN! (Please be advised: I traveled alone, had i've been with a family for sure we would remain without dinner)
Plockton is attractive and charming, but difficult to get in and out of due to the number of single-track roads. Its popularity is its downfall - it ends up becoming crowded and awkward to get around. In addition, there is very little to do here unless you're a boater. If you are looking for a genuine get-away, chances are you won't be getting away if you come here.
It’s a beautiful little place with two good pubs serving real ales and excellent food. Well worth spending a couple of nights. The surrounding area is very picturesque. We’ll placed for walkers. The weather is typically Scottish!
I only stayed for one night so I didn't get to enjoy any of the local tourist attractions. I went there because I'm a fan of the cult horror film The Wicker Man. Plockton features very briefly in the early scenes and is used as the harbour for Summerisle.
Beautiful town with an 'interesting' drive in and out. Locals range from friendly to slightly odd. Some of the Plockton hotel bar staff/punters were annoyingly middle class. Be prepared for snobbery.
Beautiful village which seems to have its own little microclimate with palm trees growing along the shores of the loch. Lovely to visit out of season but I'm sure it must be a busy little place in the summer!..