Skeabost Country House Hotel stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort and just five minutes from bustling & lively Portree. The Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the Isle of Skye and visiting the many local attractions. Skeabost offers stunning views, elegant public areas, and a homely welcome. On check-in why not treat yourself to a lovely home-made afternoon tea while you cozy up in front of the warm open fires? Fine dining can be enjoyed in the wood-panelled, one Rosette restaurant, with a varied menu that features the finest of locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients and is complemented by an extensive wine list. For a more informal meal, choose any of the public areas which serve a variety of fresh local fare. The Hotel has its own 9-hole, 18-tee golf course which provides a challenge for any level of golfer and fishing enthusiasts will relish the opportunity to cast in the salmon and trout river. The Snooker Room, formerly the chapel of the original country house, is yet another place to unwind with a drink.
There are 14 individually designed and decorated Guestrooms at Skeabost Country House.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Complimentary WiFi
- Flat-Screen TV
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
The Restaurant at Skeabost:
The luxury of Skeabost Country House Hotel continues seamlessly in the restaurant, where guests can enjoy a fine dining experience in the wood-panelled dining room. The Rosette-Awarded restaurant offers a varied menu, that features freshly prepared local ingredients wherever possible. For a more informal meal, there is a menu available in the public areas where you can choose from a variety of fresh, local fare. The Lounge Bar offers a large selection of wines, fine malt whiskies and cocktails, in a wonderfully welcoming and warm environment.
The Isle of Skye
On The Map: The Isle of Skye is a large island located off the west coast of Scotland. Skye is accessed via a landbridge (A87 road) from Kyle of Lochalsh on the mainland, or by ferry from Mallaig, reached via the A830 road from Fort William.
“Cloud Island” is what the Norse called the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It is fitting. A 50-mile-long banquet of velvet moors, jagged mountains, shimmering lochs and towering sea cliffs produce stunning scenery. If the weather turns, there are plenty of castles, crafting museums, and cozy pubs and restaurants to please anyone. Along with Edinburgh and Loch Ness, Skye is one of the places in Scotland that people enjoy visiting the most. A wild geological past has produced some of Britain’s most dramatic scenery. From rugged Northern Skye to the ice-sculpted peaks of the Cuillins, the island is riveted with many lochs. The traveler is never more than five miles from the ocean. Skye is everything we think of the Highlands to be: Wild, fierce, and mesmerizing. Overnight stays on Skye are at the island’s main town – Portree. The location of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s final days in Scotland in 1746, Portree today is a bustling port and Skye’s cultural hub.