Sleat Hotels

Kinloch Lodge

Kinloch Lodge in Sleat on the Isle of Skye

Recognised by Conde Nast and The Sunday Times as one of the world’s best hotels, award winning Kinloch Lodge is Skye’s most historic hotel.

The 16th century former hunting lodge of the Macdonald family sits on the shores of Loch Na Dal. Fusing old and new, it is the perfect highland getaway.
The Michelin starred restaurant is a true chef’s paradise and Marcello Tully consistently serves up incredible dishes from Skye’s natural and delicious larder.

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Duisdale House Hotel

Duisdale House Hotel, South Skye.

Duisdale House Hotel is perfectly situated in the area known as Sleat on the southernmost tip of Skye.

Built in 1865 as a Hunting Lodge, Duisdale House Hotel has been completely transformed into a privately owned chic boutique retreat in recent years, and the award winning restaurant and exclusive daily sailing trips on board the luxury yacht add a whole new dimension to a short break on the Isle of Skye.

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Hotel Eilean Iarmain

Hotel Eilean Iarmain in Sleat on Skye.

This traditional hotel, with spectacular views across the Sound of Sleat to the Knoydart Hills, retains its old world charm giving each guest a truly genuine Highland welcome from the moment of arrival.

The hotel has a 2 AA Rosette Restaurant offering an excellent selection of local seafood and game in addition to a well stocked Bar serving real ale, malt whiskies and food all day. We also host ceilidh nights of traditional Scottish music.

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Toravaig House Hotel

Toravaig House Hotel in South Skye on the West Coast of Scotland.

Toravaig House Hotel is a small, contemporary Hebridean Gem offering an intimate atmosphere, attention to detail, refreshingly welcoming staff but above all, delicious, innovative cuisine.

The hotel’s peaceful location with views over the ruins of Knock Castle is the perfect place to relax and unwind whether on holiday, as a wedding venue or enjoying a romantic getaway. The hotel has breath taking views over the Sound of Sleat, which separates Skye from mainland Scotland.

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