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Came in for one night on a long trip. Was welcomed warmly. The staff was very helpful and super-friendly. I proposed to my fiance at Caisteal Maol that evening and upon arriving back at the Hotel's pub, we were showered will well-wishes and whiskey. A great experience.
Bar was lovely; the food very good; the staff very pleasant and helpful. The room remained too warm for us to sleep comfortably. We removed the duvet and used only the blankets that we found in the closet.
The owner, room, and breakfast were truly outstanding by any measure. We would stay at the B&B again in a heartbeat, and plan to highly recommend it to all close friends visiting the Isle of Skye.
Firstly Tobermory as a sight needs to be seen. The hotel, although up a hill like most of the accommodation in Tobermory is perfect. If you have transport and if you are relatively fit its not a problem getting to and fro from the sea front to the hotel. The hotel is a perfect base for exploring ...
A visit to Scotland would not be complete without a trip through the Hebrides - each island has its own fascinating history and unique culture. Though they are different in many ways, all the Hebridean islands boast scenic landscapes, delicious seafood restaurants and a range of quaint hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, and pubs.
While it would be nearly impossible to see all of the Inner Hebrides in one trip, you can combine one or two islands; like the Isle of Skye, with its dramatic mountains and lochs, the Isle of Mull, with its rich history of castles, or the Isle of Tiree, best known for its world-class windsurfing.
While touring the Inner Hebrides visitors will discover a range of important historical, cultural, and natural wonders, including the Old Man of Storr in the mountains of Skye. Why not visit one of the many distilleries on the Isle of Islay, such as Laphroaig and Lagavulin, and Iona Abbey on the Isle of Iona – the latter is considered the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland.
No matter what isle you happen to be staying on in the Inner Hebrides, one of the region’s three star hotels will provide you with an enjoyable and comfortable stay throughout your visit. To reserve your hotel room and plan your itinerary, use the Expedia search tool.