The only fault with staying at Rhundunan is that, eventually, you have to leave! Super house, modern, clean, comfortable, yet built in traditional style so somehow you don't feel like a 'tourist'.
The location is exceptional: spectacular views across Loch Dunvegan with the mountains of Harris in the background, an internationally-known restaurant about one hundred yards away and easy access to the northern parts of Skye - the best bits in my view - with Dunvegan village about 4 miles away, where there's a village store, the Old Schoolhouse restaurant (very good) and I can honestly say the best patisserie I have ever been in this side of Paris; not to be confused with the little bakery, claiming to be the oldest in Skye or some such nonsense, but which had no bread at all by 1.30pm.
We were lucky with the weather - six straight days of sunshine. Now, I've been to Skye a few times and this is not always the case. Whatever the weather, Rhundunan is a super spot to unwind with a book and perhaps a glass.More