18. 4 in garden annexe.
all year, 57˚27' restaurant open in summer months.
bar, drawing room, morning room, 2 restaurants, private dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, 23-acre grounds, 9-hole golf course, fishing (ghillie available), 50-foot yacht for charter, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
 per person B&B £84–£179, D,B&B £129–£224.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Catch sight of this ‘impressive’ Victorian hunting lodge through the trees as you approach; closer up, discover the ‘manicured grounds’ running down to Loch Snizort. (Golfers will be pleased to discover the shoreline golf course, too.) ‘Ultra-modern, with an air of “boutique city hotel”’, it has been revamped by Anne Gracie and Ken Gunn, who also own two Skye hotels on Sleat (see main and Shortlist entries). ‘Despite the size of the place, it maintains a feeling of intimacy – you really feel you’re being looked after by the lovely, accommodating staff,’ say Guide inspectors in 2017. Bedrooms are sleekly contemporary. ‘Our room was well equipped with waffle bathrobes, a coffee machine, good teas, fresh milk and shortbread; a magnificent monsoon shower in the bathroom. From our private patio, the view stretched over the lawn to the loch beyond.’ Let the fresh loch air whip up an appetite: James Dixon’s cooking, in two restaurants, is praised. ‘Off the short, appealing menu in the casual West Pier: tasty gin-and-thyme smoked salmon; unusual, delicious chicken with haggis.’ Leave room for desserts – they’re ‘divine’ – then wake to ‘faultless buttermilk pancakes’ at breakfast.
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