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All reviewspublic barskye suitebeautiful locationdining roommusselsboth nightsthe west coastcooked to perfectioncouple of nightsloch craignishshort breaktwo night staywell worth a visitlovely viewhaggisroom was spotlessseafood
Feel this is a pub with rooms ,rather than a hotel . Overpriced pub grub!One of our party had dietary requirements and her choice of menu became very limited when they had run out of fish. Coming from Glasgow was disappointed to hear our waitress...More
We stayed 28/10/17 to 01/11/17. So much to see and do around the area. Have read reviews that there is nothing to do here, so wrong. The inn is 16th century it is full f character and characters. A newer restaurant and accommodation block has...More
Myself and my partner had a lovely overnight stay in the skye suite. Lovely big room and comfy bed with gorgeous views over the loch. The food in the bar area was delicious and reasonably priced. Sadly the restaurant was closed which was a shame...More
Visired this gorgeous place and stayed 3 nights.
The room was lovely and comfy, with a nice view over the loch.
In the evening we ate in the bar, and the food was a revelation, just gorgeous tasty, and presented beautifully.
The staff are so...More
Booked a few days in total peace and quiet no people (well hardly any ) pics looked fab location great right on the loch and nicely presented rooms. Staff friendly but not overly and more than happy to help. Rooms nice with all you need...More
Yes, there's a wee store 200 yds down the road, but shut at 6pm when we were there.
As for ice, I'd get a whiskey and a glass of wine in the bar, ask for a half pint of ice and retire to your room.
Response from garyandalikaye | Reviewed this property |
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy... More
Well you could ask, but Not really cricket Darling when they have a very nice wine list and exceptional choice of whiskies they would like to sell you. If you insist on drinking your own in holiday ( which you can enjoy anytime at home of course), I would take your own glasses and forego the ice.
Enjoy your trip, it's beautiful there! Jealous.