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Cuillin Hills Hotel

Cuillin Hills Hotel

Portree

In 15 acres of private grounds, this hotel boasts spectacular views over Portree Bay to the Cuillin Mountain range. It has an award-winning restaurant and a range of whiskies on offer. Wonderful view on the harbor and the mountains. Lovely staff, a gigantic room.

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Avg. price/night: £85
9.1 Superb 1,388 reviews
Isle of Raasay Distillery

Isle of Raasay Distillery

Raasay

Isle of Raasay Distillery offers accommodation in Raasay. Among the various facilities of this property are a shared lounge and a bar. The accommodation features free WiFi. Mary G and the rest of the staff were so nice to us, made us feel very welcome. Annie showed us the distillery, thanks for a lovely chat (i hope we got the names right!). Incredible place to spend a day, the view from the breakfast room is amazing.

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Avg. price/night: £94.50
9.4 Superb 147 reviews
Greshornish House Hotel

Greshornish House Hotel

Edinbane

Greshornish House Hotel features free WiFi in public areas and views of sea in Edinbane. Among the various facilities of this property are a garden and a bar. Oh my god!! The best Hotel we stayed in our Scotland trip. It´s really wonderful, located away from noise, cars and people! A hotel with not mny rooms, made our experience even better. The staff was incredible, warm and helpful. Would definitely return a hundred times to this place! The road was perfect and could arrive with any problem. Thanks to Laura (the recetionist) for her warm welcome!

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Avg. price/night: £90
9.1 Superb 504 reviews
Kinloch Lodge Hotel and Restaurant

Kinloch Lodge Hotel and Restaurant

Kinloch

Kinloch Lodge Hotel and Restaurant is a family-run former 17th-century hunting lodge, situated at the foot of a long private drive up Kinloch Hill on the shoreline of Loch Na Dal. Remote peaceful location 5star restaurant Great staff

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Avg. price/night: £240
9.1 Superb 216 reviews
Marmalade

Marmalade

Portree

Boasting a restaurant and bar with stunning views of the Scottish landscape, Marmalade is grade “B” listed building, dating back to 1817. location, decor, toiletries and the small touches

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9.1 Superb 343 reviews
Hame on Skye

Hame on Skye

Lonmore

Hame on Skye, 4.5 km from Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye offers lake views of the surrounding Roag Peninsula. Both free WiFi and private parking are available at this property. This is a magical place. My daughter, Hannah, and I stayed here during our time on Skye. Flora and Mungo were amazing hosts. The location and the service is perfect. We really were made to feel at home. They welcomed us like we were family. The breakfast and dinner (we ate in one night) was delicious. We did not want to leave. This is the perfect location to sample Skye. Dunvegan Village is lovely. The Coral Beach is spectacular at sunset or anytime. Exquisite restaurants nearby such as Lochbay (our favorite) or The Three Chimneys. Simply the best. And a special shout out to Wendy who always had a smile and a whiskey at hand!!!

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8.7 Fabulous 214 reviews
Sligachan Hotel

Sligachan Hotel

Sconser

Home to its own museum, micro-brewery, and award-winning whisky bar and restaurant, Sligachan Hotel offers pet-friendly accommodation with an outdoor play area. Honeymoon stay and staff looked after us very well

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Avg. price/night: £72
8.2 Very good 376 reviews
The Portree Hotel

The Portree Hotel

Portree

Originally built in 1875, The Portree Hotel is situated on the corner of Portree's main street and overlooks Somerled Square, the town’s main square. We had a wonderful time and totally enjoyed our stay.

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Avg. price/night: £63
8.5 Very good 516 reviews
Tingle Creek Hotel

Tingle Creek Hotel

Kyle of Lochalsh

Overlooking the Isle of Skye & Raasay, Tingle Creek Hotel is set in a quiet location within the West Highlands of Scotland. Everything. Thanks. Many Whiskeys to taste.

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8.9 Fabulous 889 reviews
The Royal Hotel

The Royal Hotel

Portree

On the stunning Isle of Skye, with great views over Portree Harbour and the loch, The Royal Hotel has 2 restaurants specialising in local seafood dishes. The majority of its rooms offer sea views. We only had one nights stay and had 3 separate rooms, they all had great views from their windows, super market (Coop) was very close. Had free hotel car parking. Our rooms were clean and breakfast included was great and enjoyed by the 6 of us.

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Avg. price/night: £79
8.0 Very good 383 reviews

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Intriguing Isle of Skye

The intriguing Isle of Skye can be experienced in the captivating twinkle in a peaceful loch or the unpredictability of an encroaching cloud mass. This interwoven patchwork of stunning scenery includes mysterious mountains and breath-taking cliffs all crammed into one small island in Scotland’s Inner Hebrides.

Boasting top billing alongside Edinburgh and Loch Ness, this top Scottish destination is the third most visited attraction in this enchanting country. While the weather will dissuade some tourists, its attractiveness lies in the tiny coastal bays and inland moors.

The history of the MacLeod and Donald Clans can be captured in old castle ruins dotted around the island or enjoy intact Highland history by visiting Dunvegan or Armadale Castle on the island. Eilean Donan Castle, located in Dornie on the main tourist route to the island, is another impressive example.

Swamped in Gaelic tradition, the main town of Portree, with its picturesque harbour, is the central tourist hot spot for exploring the island. Visitors generally enter the island by the controversial Skye Bridge, originally a toll bridge, which links the mainland to the island. Ferries are a popular alternative.

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