The Dunollie Hotel

18 reviews

Broadford, IV49 9AE

Skye, Scotland

Offers available at The Dunollie Hotel

About The Dunollie Hotel

  • Venue : 5

    Ambience : 5

    Service : 4

    Value : 5

    lovely stay

    We honestly say we enjoyed out stay at the Dunollie Hotel Skye and have no complaints. The lounge with its new tartan carpet is spacious and comfortable. We did not however get our free Glass of Wine which I myself forgot about to be fair. Dinner was very good and plentiful. Breakfast was self service. Coffee could have been better served fresh. Eggs were a little underdone which I don't mind. The staff were very attentive and pleasant. Would definitely stay again.
    ,   Reviewed 10/04/2019
  • Venue : 4

    Ambience : 4

    Service : 4

    Value : 5

    Great value break

    The hotel was better than expected, it is going through some renovation. The staff are lovely and helpful. The food was excellent. I will book again and hopefully have better luck with the weather.
    ,   Reviewed 04/04/2019

Situated on the Isle of Skye, the three-star Dunollie Hotel overlooks the peaceful waters of Broadford Bay. The hotel is nestled at the foot of the Beinn na Caillich mountain leading to the famous Cuillin Hills. If you keep your eyes peeled, you might even spot a golden eagle soaring overhead on its way to the Fairy Pools.

The Dunollie is a great location for exploring some of Skye’s key attractions, including the nearby Isle of Skye Golf Course. The hotel also offers a bay view restaurant, lounge bar, free internet and free parking. The Kyle of Lochalsh train station is only a short journey away.

Comfortable rooms

Each of the Dunollie’s 84 ensuite bedrooms includes a flat panel TV, tea and coffee making facilities, a phone, desk and toiletries.

Many rooms also have impressive views across Broadford Bay, including the lush green islands of Pabay and Scalpay.

Meal with a view

The hotel’s Torridon View Restaurant gives you the chance to sample traditional Scottish dishes in a scenic bayside setting. Some of the best local produce makes it way onto the menu, including shellfish caught fresh from nearby waters.

Menus can change but main courses might include Seared Salmon Fillet, Braised Lamb Shank and Haggis, Neeps & Tatties. Staff are also happy to recommend wines from the carefully selected list.

If you’d rather dine in a more casual setting, you can head to the Redhills Lounge for a light meal, an ale or maybe a fine local malt whisky. Legend says that Broadford Bay is where Bonnie Prince Charlie gave Clan MacKinnon the secret recipe for Drambuie. You can sample a dram of the liqueur in the lounge.

Shopping on Skye

Skye has a thriving arts and crafts scene, so you can shop for souvenirs like ceramics, knitwear, Celtic jewellery, candles, photography and wood engravings.

Once you’re all shopped out, you could head to the island’s only distillery, Talisker, for a tasting tour.

Island of mist and mystery

Skye has more than one landmark said to be under the spell of the wee folk, including the Fairy Pools and the Fairy Glen. Known as the island of the mist, it’s no surprise that it attracts tourists, hiker, climbers, golfers and nature lovers from all over the world.

On Skye, you can explore historic villages, white sandy beaches, lochs, pools, moors and, of course, mountains. While exploring, don’t be surprised if you bump into red deer, white-tailed sea eagles and even the odd seal.

The Dunollie is near to various scenic hikes and walks, including the Cuillin Hills. It’s also a convenient distance away from the impressive Skye Bridge crossing to the mainland, the scenic Isle of Skye golf club, the Clan Donald Centre, Dunvegan Castle, the Fairy Glen in Uig and Eilean Dolean Castle.

Kilt Rock, Claigan Coral Beach, The Old Man of Storr and the jaw-dropping Quiraing landslip are other unmissable Skye attractions that you should aim to see.

Top Facilities

    Scenic waterside location
    Close to Cuillin Hills
    Bay view restaurant
    Relaxing lounge bar
    Close to Isle of Skye Golf Course

Important Information

Please note that bookings are non-refundable once confirmed.

Sea view rooms also available; supplement payable direct to hotel.

Children welcome. Will require upgrade to family room. Please discuss with hotel when
booking. Pets welcome, subject to a supplement of £10 per night.

Reviews for The Dunollie Hotel

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