Sligachan Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Sligachan, Highlands and Islands (Isle of Skye)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Sligachan Hotel Sligachan Isle of Skye
Sligachan
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
IV478SW

Sligachan Hotel, Sligachan

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Sligachan Hotel is situated in the heart of the Isle of Skye in one of the most dramatic and beautiful settings in all of Scotland. Built 180 years ago Sligachan has been a base for travellers mountaineers and romantic getaways ever since. Our hotel is virtually a museum with rooms open fires great food and a relaxing ambience.

There is no better place to be to recharge the soul whatever the weather. We also have our own micro-brewery our bar is whisky bar of the year 2015 and soon to be 2016 and we have a great playpark for children right outside. It would be hard to find a more dramatic and inspiring setting in the whole of Scotland than the one enjoyed by The Sligachan Hotel.

With the Black Cuillin towering at its back and the sparkling waters of Loch Sligachan at its foot the hotel has served mountaineers walkers and lovers of the wild Highland scenery for nearly 180 years. Sligachan's fascinating history is described in our unique climbing and mountaineering museum within the hotel. Much loved by subsequent generations of visitors and locals Sligachan is still family owned and continues to provide the perfect blend of high standards and friendly informality.

Drink in the magnificent views from The Collie Lounge sample a rare malt in Mackenzie s Bar and relax beside a log fire. The Sligachan Steakhouse and Grill serves the finest produce in comfortable and welcoming surroundings.

3 star rating

From: £174.00


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Facilities

  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Wedding Licence
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Laundry/Valet Service
  • Childrens Facilities - Outdoor
  • Pets Allowed
  • Disabled Access Public Areas
  • Disabled toilets on ground floor
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Wheelchair Access To Reception
  • Wheelchair Access To Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Access To Bar
  • Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
  • In-room Broadband
  • Bar

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