Easter in Skye

Jan 28th, 2008, 03:42 AM
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Easter in Skye

We are hoping to spend a week in Skye and would welcome advice on where to stay. Have two teenagers so need a TV I'm afraid. Would love to be by the sea to watch otters and seals and walk for miles...the TV will be the reward each night!
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Jan 28th, 2008, 05:40 AM
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anna47 - Just looking through my AA Best Drives Scotland, most hotels & lodges seem to be on a coastal road.
You will have to get out your map.

These are reccommended from AA & The Which? Guide to weekend breaks in Britain:

Almondbank, Viewfield Road, Portree.3 rooms Fax:01478613114

Cullin Hills, north of Portree. 25 rooms, Fax:01478613092

Rosedale, Beaumont Cresent,Portree. 19 rooms. Fax: 01478612531

Ferry Inn, on Portree road, UIG.
6 rooms. Tel: 01470544242.

Atholl House, Dunvegan. 9 rooms.
Fax:01470521481.

Roskhill House, 3 miles south of Duvegan. 4 rooms. Fax: 01470521827.

Harlosh House, on A863 South of Dunvegan. Small unassuming croft-style house in superb lochside setting. 8 rooms. Tel: 01470521367.

Kinloch Lodge, Isleornsay. 15 rooms.
Fax:01471833277.

Duisdale Country House Hotel, Isleornsay. Former hunting Lodge.
Tel:01471833202.

Hotel Eilean Iarmain, Sleat. 16 rooms. Fax: 01471833275. Old fashioned 19th Century Inn.

Kilmuir House by Uig, Sleat. Tel: 01470542262.

Flodigarry Country House, Staffin. Fax: 01470552301.

Lismore 1 Camuslusta, Vaternish. Old croft in wonderful position with two simple bedrooms and lovely sun-porch. Fax: 01470592318.

Best of luck!

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Jan 30th, 2008, 11:48 AM
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Thanks for this tod, I am following up some numbers and waiting for replies. Unfortunatly the croft is no longer a holiday let. Thinking that a cottage would be best idea to suit our needs
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Jan 30th, 2008, 11:23 PM
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Anna - I was given a little pamphlet on Skye & Lochalsh by someone who has just got back from Scotland. Here are some other accommodation alternatives listed in it:

The Isles Inn, cnr. Somerland Sq.and 5 min from harbour of Portree.
web: www.accommodationskye.co.uk

Sligachan Hatel, Email: [email protected]

Skeabost Country House, Skeabost Bridge.
em:[email protected]

The Haven Hotel, Ross-shire.
www.havenhotelplockton.co.uk

Dunvegan Hotel, Dunvegan.
www.dunveganhotel.co.uk

The Hebridean, Broadfort.
Tel; 01 471 822486

Sconser Lodge Hotel, Sconser.
www.sconserlodge.co.uk

Toravig House Hotel, Knock Bay, Sleat.
www.skyehotel.co.uk

Ardvasar Hotel, Ardvasar.(also AA recommended).
www.ardvasarhotel.com


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Feb 2nd, 2008, 05:22 AM
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Depending on budget, I'd have a look at the Eilean Iarmain, the Greshornish or the Dancing Dolphins
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Mar 3rd, 2008, 02:15 PM
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Just wanted to say thanks for your help. I'm busy researching!!!
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