Cheap Hotels in Isle of Skye

Kings Arms Hotel

66
1613 reviews by TrustYou
Kyleakin
< 0.1 Miles from the centre

Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.

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per night from £100
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Dunollie Hotel

65
1637 reviews by TrustYou
Broadford
6.8 Miles from the centre

Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.

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per night from £125
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Balmacara Hotel

72
367 reviews by TrustYou
A87
3.3 Miles from the centre

The hotel lies on the coast of Loch Alsh only 3 minutes from the centre of the small village of Kyle of Lochalsh. Ideally situated just opposite the Isle of Skye, wonderful Plockton Bay and famous Eilean Donan Castle may be easily explored from the hotel.This tastefully decorated country hotel was built in the year 1860 and completely renovated in 2004. Comprising a total of 28 rooms, the hotel offers access to various facilities including a cosy bar, a café and a restaurant (including highchairs for children). Business guests are offered rooms for conferences, conventions and meetings.The tastefully decorated yet cosy rooms come with a bathroom, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, satellite TV and a radio. Further fittings include carpeting as well as individually regulated heating.Guests are offered the opportunity to play golf, go sailing or horse riding.Breakfast may be selected from a buffet each morning. Dinner and lunch may also be chosen from the menu or is available à la carte. Special dietary requirements may also be catered for. It is possible to book a half-board stay or bed and breakfast only.

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per night from £147
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Hotels in Isle of Skye

Experience the wild, majestic beauty of the Scottish Highlands when you visit the acclaimed Isle of Skye. Positioned off the West Coast of Scotland, the stark beauty of this rugged island, surrounded by lapping water is a must see for those who love the outdoors. There is something for everyone with a plentiful supply of Isle of Skye hotels offering a range of accommodation from budget to luxury.

Natural Wonders:

For those seeking to combine beautiful views with an interesting hike, then the dramatic rock formations of the Quiraing are a must. Located on the Trotternish peninsula, you can also find another famous landmark known as the Old Man of Storr.

Neist Point, located to the Northwest of Skye is a starkly beautiful location with dramatic cliff edges leading down to hidden rocky outcrops and sandy coves. Its famous lighthouse, still operating today was built by David A Stevenson in 1909 and continues to warn passing ships of the treacherous coastline. For a mystical experience, the Faerie Glen, with its enchanting miniature landscape and peaceful setting is a perfect place for a leisurely picnic and gentle stroll. Spot the seals frolicking in the waves as you stroll along the white shore of Claigan Coral Beach with its turquoise waters and rugged backdrop.

Places to Eat:

For a touch of romance, visit the internationally acclaimed Three Chimneys, located half way between Dunvegan and Waterstein. A candle lit Crofters Cottage offers award winning, delicious gourmet cuisine from renowned chef, Michael Smith. Alternatively, try the Harbour View Seafood Restaurant in Portree with its fresh, locally sourced oysters and langoustines. Toast yourself by the log fire and watch the world go by in this cosy retreat.

Visit the Talisker Distillery, the oldest of its kind on the island and get to taste some award winning Single Malt Whiskey before heading to the nearby Oyster Shed for some freshly caught seafood overlooking Loch Harport.

Things to do:

For those seeking adventure, there are a number of outdoor centres to choose from, offering a range of pursuits for all the family. Armadale Activities, situated on the Clan Donald Estate, provides the opportunity to hone your axe throwing and archery skills, dabble with a spot of clay pigeon shooting or handle an air rifle. They also offer scenic land rover tours, to watch the sun go down.

For more adrenaline fuelled family activities, try Skye Adventure, a company that offers everything from coasteering and gorge walking to rock climbing and scrambling.

For those with a historic bent, visit Dunvegan Castle and Gardens, the ancestral home to the Chiefs of Clan MacLeod. Discover 800 years of clan history, with fine paintings and interesting artefacts on display before taking a stroll in the formal gardens. Complete your trip with a visit to the seal colony on Loch Dunvegan, via boat.

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