Sleat, Isle of Skye

Hotels in Sleat: Duisdale House Hotel

Hotels in Sleat: This historic hotel lies in the south of the island in the idyllic Garden of Skye area, between the Skye Bridge and the Armadale ferry terminal. The fishing harbour of Mallaig and Fort William are to be found in the vicinity. Inverness Airport is a 2-hour drive away (120 km), whilst Glasgow Airport may be reached in just 4 hours (360 km away). Renovated in 2005, the country hotel was built in 1857 as a hunting lodge for the head of the McDonald Clan. Guests are offered a total of 3 floors with 17 rooms as well as magnificent gardens. Facilities include a lobby and a cloakroom. There is also a car park, a bar and a restaurant with a non-smoking are available for use. The appealing and cosy rooms come with a bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a radio, a double bed, central heating and carpeting. Breakfast is available in the mornings. Dinner may be taken à la carte.


Sleat, Isle of Skye

Hotels in Sleat: Toravaig House Hotel

Hotels in Sleat: Set amidst the tranquil beauty of the Isle of Skye, just 25 minutes from the mainland, offering free WI-FI and parking, this contemporary hotel has spectacular views, innovative cuisine, and luxury accommodation. Surrounded by 2 acres of leafy grounds, this lovingly restored country house exudes an intimate, romantic atmosphere far removed from the stresses of everyday life. Situated in Sleat, the ‘Garden of Skye’ it also boasts some truly inspirational views over the sea and to the mainland hills beyond. Stylish with immaculate attention to the detail, the enchanting allure of this luxurious property is matched only by the warmth and enthusiasm of its friendly staff. Offering the finest in Highland hospitality and infused with an authentic Scottish spirit, guests are sure to succumb to its delightful charms. The award-winning on-site restaurant has garnered an impressive reputation for serving the finest contemporary Scottish cuisine. All ingredients are locally sourced from around Skye’s legendary larder and mainland Scotland. From home-grown leaves and herbs to freshly caught langoustines and lobsters, the kitchen is filled with only the freshest seasonal produce. Elegant and welcoming, the stylish décor perfectly reflects the modern aesthetics of the Hotel itself. In the evenings a soft relaxing candlelit atmosphere is created to enhance the pleasure of the culinary experience. The lounge offers squashy sofas and a crackling log fire, perfect for enjoying fine malts or delicious wines before and after dinner. Those wishing to experience Skye from a completely different perspective can join one of the unique daily sailing trips onboard the hotels private luxury yacht, available from April to September. With such breathtaking scenery and luxurious surroundings, the Hotel is a magnificent venue for weddings and other celebrations. Indeed, there is even the option of getting married on the yacht itself.



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