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Tingle Creek Hotel 3 stars

Hotel in 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, great chef. A must for dinner

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9.1
Superb
1,126 reviews

Cuillin Hills Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in 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. Fantastic location with wonderful view of Portree bay. The restaurant is excellent, great food and perfect service. Room very quiet with all comforts, large bathroom with double sinks. Nice park and garden in front of the hotel. Free parking. Great value for money.

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9.4
Superb
1,921 reviews
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£111.87
per night

Isle of Raasay Distillery 4 stars

Hotel in Raasay

Isle of Raasay Distillery in Raasay provides adults-only accommodation with a bar and a shared lounge. This 4-star hotel offers luggage storage space. The best hotel throughout our UK trip. Beautiful views, small which creates a cosy atmosphere, and great service. Only regret not spending more time here. Just a short two minute walk from the ferry. Will only stay here during our next trip!

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9.1
Superb
232 reviews
Price from
£108.90
per night

Greshornish House Hotel 4 stars

Hotel in 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. Extremely friendly staff. Beautiful lounge and fireplace. Great food.

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9.1
Superb
974 reviews
Price from
£66
per night

Kinloch Lodge Hotel and Restaurant 4 stars

Hotel in 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. Very beautiful site, excellent restaurant!

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9.1
Superb
205 reviews
Price from
£300
per night

Edinbane Lodge 5 stars

Hotel in Edinbane

Located in Edinbane, Edinbane Lodge features a garden. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, room service and luggage storage space, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Breakfast was fair , would have liked fruit or fruit juice to start

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9.5
Exceptional
66 reviews
Price from
£114.76
per night

The Portree Hotel

Hotel in 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. Great location! Great breakfast!

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8.3
Very good
1,005 reviews
Price from
£85
per night

Stein Inn

Hotel in Stein

Set in Stein, Stein Inn has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. Guests can enjoy garden views. The place is rustic and enchanting, and the staff were extremely welcoming despite being ridiculously understaffed. Honestly, this was one of the most surprisingly lovely stays I’ve ever had as a solo traveler. I intend to return.

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8.1
Very good
122 reviews
Price from
£115
per night

The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair 3 stars

Hotel in Ardvasar

Situated in Ardvasar, The Inn @ Aird a' Bhasair offers 3-star accommodation with a bar. There is a restaurant serving British cuisine, and free private parking is available. Clean room. Lots to the breakfast. Little pub/restaurant on site. Lovely view in front of inn.

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8.9
Fabulous
235 reviews
Price from
£65
per night

Hebridean Inn

Hotel in Broadford

Facing the beachfront in Broadford, Hebridean Inn has a restaurant and a bar. The hotel offers both free WiFi and free private parking. The sea view from the bedroom is incredible.

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8.8
Fabulous
140 reviews
Price from
£74.75
per night

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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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