The Isle of Skye takes its name from the old Norse ‘sky-a’, meaning ‘cloud island’, a Viking reference to the often-mist-enshrouded Cuillin Hills. It’s the second-largest of Scotland’s islands, a 50-mile-long patchwork of velvet moors, jagged mountains, sparkling lochs and towering sea cliffs. The stunning scenery is the main attraction, but when the mist closes in there are plenty of castles, crofting museums and cosy pubs and restaurants; there are also dozens of art galleries and craft studios. Along with Edinburgh and Loch Ness, Skye is one of Scotland’s top-three tourist destinations.
5 Star Scottish Tourist Board
Elevated view across Dunvegan Loch
3 letting rooms
Extensive glazing on ground floor
Sustainable and eco friendly design and build
2 bedroom owner’s accommodation
Stone built fireplace
Internal oak joinery
Cotemporary yet cosy living
Hillstone Lodge operates as a fully licenced 5 star (Scottish Tourist Board) Guest House and is listed in the Michelin Guide under “our top picks”. There are 3 letting rooms, 2 with king sized beds and one double. Each room is immaculate and guests benefit from a luxurious ensuite bathroom with large walk in shower, his and her sinks, bath robes and slippers, Egyptian cotton bed linen, digital TV, DVD player and docking station. Guest are encouraged to enjoy a drink in the lounge and thoroughly enjoy the property, location and views. Breakfast is served in the wonderful dining room with extensive panoramic views. Where possible all produce is sourced directly from local suppliers.
During the winter months the owners offer a dinner service to guests. They offer a set menu based on local traditions and international flavours and source, where possible, local ingredients. The menu changes daily and they are happy to cater for individual tastes and requirements. The rooms vary in price from £110 per night to £128 per night based on 2 people sharing. There is a £10 surcharge for single night occupancy. For a single person there is a discount of £35. Evening meals in the winter start from £29. The business has a full license and their wine and drinks menu can be found on the Hillstone website. Hillstone Lodge also benefits from its close proximity to the famous Michelin starred restaurant, the “Three Chimneys” which is only a short distance away towards Dunvegan.
Hillstone Lodge is a short distance from the charming village of Dunvegan, with a range of shops and small hotels and of course the ever popular Dunvegan Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in Scotland. In this remote corner of Scotland you will pass the world famous Michelin starred “Three Chimneys” restaurant which attracts guest and visitors from all over the world. Neist point is a wonderful walk to the most westerly point on the Isle of Skye with views across the Minch to the Western Isles. It is a haven for wildlife and teams with many varieties of seabirds and an excellent place to spot whales, dolphins and basking sharks. Portree is the main town on the Isle of Skye and is some 20 miles away. It has a good range of amenities including supermarkets, banks, cafés, restaurants and independent retailers. It also benefits from a cottage hospital, community centre, library, gym, leisure centre and swimming pool complex within the community high school. Primary schooling is available in Dunvegan and Secondary schooling in Portree. The Skye Bridge which links to the Scottish mainland at Kyle of Lochalsh is some 50 miles away. From here there is a rail service that connects with Inverness and the onward mainline rail network. Inverness airport is 137 miles away, while Glasgow is some 215 miles.
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