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I organised a Scotland tour for my Lions Club in June and we (group of 20) stayed in the hotel for 2 nights.
The hotel has ample car parking, and stunning views of Lochalsh and Skye (from the rooms, too). The staff is welcoming and...More
We popped in for a cup of tea after walking round Kyle of Lochalsh. Lovely views of Lochalsh and Skye. Hotel is a little run down. Reception isn't very clear. High chair we were giving for our baby was disgusting and badly needed replaced. White...More
This hotel offers warmth hospitality and it's quaint. Although dated, it offers a quiet respite from the wilderness. Scenic lake.
We love the food and have dinner there... the scallop dish is delicious and the mussel and herb dish is good...it's an old hotel but...More
The initial look of the hotel was ok but on entering found it to be very shabby. Our room was on the 2nd floor which was dimly lit. The room looked like we had gone back to the 1900's, the wallpaper was dated and the...More
Old hotel, in need of some money spent on it, comfortable enough, ok food, bar ok, It is what it is, Breakfast was fine, staff helpful enough, slept well enough, don't expect city standards and you wont be disappointed.
US$117 - US$208 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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