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Top 10 Hotels in Isle of Skye

Roskill House Guest House
3.5 out of 5
ROSKHILL, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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4.7/5Exceptional! (48 reviews)

"Immaculately clean. Excellent breakfast. Very comfortable bed. Large spacious en suite. Very helpful hosts."…"

Reviewed on 26 Sep 2019

Roskill House Guest House
Skye Lodge
3 out of 5
Ardconon, Mill Road, Isle of Skye, Scotland
£120
per night
Mar 1 - Mar 2
4.9/5Exceptional! (32 reviews)
Lovely Stay

"We enjoyed our stay and the hosts were very kind and served a wonderful breakfast. We booked a sea view room but didn’t quite understand how small the room was for that upgrade or that the en-suite was across the hall. Had we known we may have booked differently. Still it was a lovely visit and great ..."…"

Reviewed on 2 Oct 2019

Skye Lodge
Armadale Castle
4 out of 5
Armadale, Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland
£115
per night
Mar 1 - Mar 2
4.3/5Excellent! (15 reviews)
Wonderful Stay..!!!

"Our stay at Armadale Castle’s Glengarry lodge was very good. The lodge was really well equipped and has lovely views from all the rooms."…"

Reviewed on 28 Jul 2019

Armadale Castle
Dunshee
3 out of 5
Dunshee, Roskhill, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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5/5Exceptional! (6 reviews)

"Lovely location. Hostess was very welcoming and helpful. Breakfast was delicious."…"

Reviewed on 8 Sep 2019

Dunshee
The Tables Guest House
3.5 out of 5
Main Street, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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4.8/5Exceptional! (13 reviews)

"Lovely owners - private car park - wonderful breakfasts - lovely location (very near Dunvegan Castle) - good restaurant nearby (The Old School make a reservation as it's very popular)"…"

Reviewed on 20 Jul 2019

The Tables Guest House
Duisdale House Hotel
4 out of 5
Isle Ornsay, Duisdalemore, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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£109
per night
Mar 10 - Mar 11
4.4/5Wonderful! (281 reviews)

"Warm and inviting property,very good food,free upgrade to four poster room was great"…"

Reviewed on 22 Feb 2020

Duisdale House Hotel
Dunvegan Camping Pods
2 out of 5
Kilmuir, Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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4.7/5Exceptional! (25 reviews)
These pods and their location are amazing!

"My parents had pod number 4 and my husband, 8 year old son and I stayed in number 3. We were all cozy and had such a great time sleeping in these tidy little pods. The owners are lovely and were very easy to communicate with. The Old School Restaurant across the street was open each night and they ..."…"

Reviewed on 6 Nov 2019

Dunvegan Camping Pods
Toravaig House Hotel
4 out of 5
Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland
£99
per night
Mar 20 - Mar 21
4.3/5Excellent! (89 reviews)
short stop over

"Arrived very late"…"

Reviewed on 7 Oct 2019

Toravaig House Hotel
Kilmuir Park
3.5 out of 5
Kilmuir Park, Isle of Skye, Scotland
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5/5Exceptional! (25 reviews)

"Ian and Christine are hands down the best hosts we've had on this trip. Friendly, helpful, amazing people who run a beautiful property. The amenities are wonderful and you can tell a lot of care goes into every detail. The rooms are comfortable and convenient. The breakfast is five star. I can't ..."…"

Reviewed on 2 Oct 2019

Kilmuir Park
Inn at Aird a Bhasair
3.5 out of 5
Ardvasar, Isle of Skye, Scotland
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
£114
per night
Mar 1 - Mar 2
4.6/5Wonderful! (85 reviews)

"Loved staying here! Was really close to the ferry from Mallaig, which was really convenient. There were also lots of nature trails nearby, plus the bar/restaurant downstairs was great!"…"

Reviewed on 14 Nov 2019

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Pocket Guide: Isle of Skye

Visiting the Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye, also known as the “island of the mist”, is part of the Inner Hebrides archipelago on Scotland’s northwest coast. Skye is Scotland’s second largest island and is connected to the mainland by both bridge and ferry. It offers some of the country’s most stunning landscapes and is dotted with rugged white beaches, atmospheric lochs and majestic cliffs, with a cluster of mountains sitting at the island’s heart. Due to its peaceful idyll, Skye is also a haven for artists, so alongside the traditional Scottish pubs, tearooms and B&Bs are various galleries, studios and craft shops. It’s also the home of the Talisker whisky distillery in Carbost. Famous landmarks include Kilt Rock, the Fairy Glen, the Fairy Pools and the Old Man of Storr. The island is also amazingly rich in wildlife, including red deer, otters, dolphins, whales, seals and the white-tailed sea eagle.

Where to stay in the Isle of Skye

There are many Isle of Skye hotels to choose from and many beautiful areas to stay in. The three most popular visitor destinations are Portree, Dunvegan and Trotternish. Situated to the east, Portree is the island’s capital and its largest town. It is surrounded by the hills of Ben Tianavaig, Fingal’s Seat and Ben Chrachaig, and overlooks a sheltered bay. Portree has a variety of cafes and restaurants, plus a cinema, visitor centre and arts centre. It also hosts the annual Highland Games. Edinbane Pottery is well worth visiting to see its stunning wood fire and salt-glazed ceramics.

The small town of Dunvegan, on the east coast, is home to the picturesque Dunvegan Castle, which dates back to the 14th century. It’s also close to the Michelin-starred Three Chimneys restaurant and the charming Claigan Coral beach.

Scenic Trotternish is on the most northerly peninsula of Skye. It’s known for the Trotternish landslip, a massive landslide around 19 miles long, and for being home to the rocky pinnacle of the Old Man of Storr (the peninsula’s highest point), plus the stunning Quiraing rock formations, and the village of Uig, home of the famous Fairy Glen. For this reason, it’s loved by hikers.

Accommodation choices in the Isle of Skye

There are a range of Isle of Skye hotels to suit various budgets. For 4 star luxury, you could consider Duisdale House Hotel in Duisdalemore. The hotel offers a lounge bar with a welcoming fireplace, a swimming pool and spa, fine dining and sweeping grounds. Breakfast is included and all rooms have minibars. For a mid-price option, try the Mackinnon Country House Hotel in Kyleakin. Facilities include a restaurant, lounge bar and pretty garden, plus free Wi-Fi in every room. A budget choice is the 3 star Tullochard House B&B in Dunvegan. This B&B has a cottagey atmosphere, and includes free Wi-Fi, tour booking assistance and a wildlife-filled garden. Whichever destination you choose, you’re bound to find an Isle of Skye hotel to suit you.

What to do during your stay in the Isle of Skye

Skye has a breathtaking array of visitor attractions. It’s recommended that you visit both Dunvegan Castle, historic seat of the clan MacLeod, and Armadale Castle, seat of the MacDonald clan. It’s also worth seeing the ruined Caisteal Maol in the village of Kyleakin.

Skye is also heaven for walkers, hikers and climbers, with the Cuillin mountain range and the Trotternish Ridge being popular spots. You could hike up the rocky hill of the Old Man of Storr, which overlooks Loch Fada, or visit the Quiraing landslip. Other famous landmarks include the stunningly sheer sea cliffs of Kilt Rock, which is said to resemble the traditional Scottish kilt garment; Claigan Coral Beach, a fascinating place to take a stroll and collect sea debris, and Macleod's Tables, two flat-topped hills associated with a local legend. Trumpan Church, which may date back as far as the 14th century, is an atmospheric ruin overlooking the sea.

For days out, Skye has one whisky distillery, the famous Talisker Distillery, which offers tours and tastings. Nature lovers will appreciate the Skye Serpentarium in Broadford, which is a reptile refuge and education centre. The harbour at the village of Plockton is known for being particularly picturesque, and Plockton is also a great spot for cycling, seal-spotting trips and for visiting nearby Duncraig Castle.

Two of Skye’s most magical attractions are associated with fairies but are actually in different parts of the island. The Fairy Pools are near to the Glen Brittle forest at the foot of the Cuillin mountains, and their enchanting turquoise waters offer some of the clearest, cleanest natural swimming pools and waterfalls in the entire world. The similarly named Fairy Glen is near to the village of Uig in the Trotternish peninsula. This assortment of hills, waterfalls, ponds and rock formations are clustered so unusually closely together that they give the effect of an enchanted landscape.

Whatever you decide to do on your visit to the Isle of Skye, you’re bound to be charmed by this enigmatic island.

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