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Brilliant view of the Portree harbour and mountain range beyond.
Fabulous seaview. Easy parking. Very good service.
The waitressing staff were excellent . The reception staff on the day we checked in were unhelpful . The woman needs to learn that you are meant to greet guests properly not as if they are a bother to you .
Stunning scenery and a warm welcome. Beautifully prepared food made from local produce at Raasay House hotel. A fabulous break.
Friendly staff and comfortable bed. Great location too.
The staff were extraordinarily kind and helped me plan my stay in Skye. As a 22 year old female traveling alone, I felt safe and in good hands!
The setting is in quiet leafy grounds away from town and with views of the end of a small loch from the restaurant and some of the rooms. High compliments to the desk staff who were very attentive in making personal arrangements for us and advising on places to visit. The bed was one of the most ...
Beautiful property on island. Unique experience. Very quiet and peaceful.
The parking was a little difficult to deal with but overall the experience of the hotel was great. The rooms were recently updated, the beds were very comfortable, the room was clean and the staff was helpful. I would highly recommend the Bosville.
Visitors to Scotland who want an all-encompassing and unique experience during their stay will not want to miss out on the chance to visit the Inner Hebrides. They provide the opportunity to discover some of the country’s most scenic landscapes, including the Isle of Skye, which is often voted as one of the world’s most beautiful. Beyond Skye, the Inner Hebrides features another 34 inhabited islands, each of which have their own array of natural and historical wonders to explore.
Two of the Inner Hebrides’ most popular destinations include the Isle of Mull and the Isle of Jura. Mull is one of the largest islands of the Inner Hebrides and features a number of stunning castles, including Duart Castle, which dates back to the 13th Century. Jura is home to a bare and mountainous terrain, featuring a large population of red deer and raptors, as well as the acclaimed Isle of Jura Distillery.
For a more luxurious stay during your visit to the Inner Hebrides, consider booking a room at any of the region’s four star hotels, where you can relax in deluxe surrounds, and access everything you need in this beautiful part of Scotland.
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