Uig Hotel

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

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Uig Hotel, Uig
Highlands and Islands
IV51 9YE

Uig Hotel, Portree

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The Uig Hotel is one of the most popular hotels on the magical Isle of Skye. Uig sits above Uig Bay on the Trotternish peninsula and all but three of the eighteen rooms offer fantastic views.

The Uig Hotel offers well appointed facilities and friendly service and has been awarded 3 star Scottish Tourist Board status. The Uig Hotel is a charming family run hotel located in Uig on the Isle of Skye. The Hotel is an old coaching inn dating back to 1831, with Sobhraig House, a former Steading above the hotel, having been converted into superior accommodation as well.

Uig is situated above Uig Bay on the Trotternish peninsula and all but three of the eighteen rooms offer fantastic views of the bay and surrounding area. Uig has ferry connections with both Tarbert on Harris and Lochmaddy on North Uist. The Uig Hotel is just over a mile from the ferry terminal and is therefore ideally situated to offer accommodation and meals for ferry passengers.

There are opportunities for sightseeing, watching wildlife, sport, or just taking it easy in a corner of Scotland where life seems to move at an easier pace! Wendy is responsible for the high standard and unique menu in the Folly Restaurant. The restaurant has become known for its excellent seafood as well as exotic cuisine such as Springbok steaks. To avoid disappointment tables for dinner should be reserved in advance.

The Uig Hotel bar has a cocktail/lounge bar with sun lounge and serves a full range of drinks, including some wonderful single malts, draught beers and the locally brewed Isle of Skye Brewery cask conditioned ales - the ideal place to relax over a drink after a hard day's sightseeing.

3 star rating

From: £100.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Pets allowed
Fire alarm with light
Family/oversized room
Direct dial phone
Desk with lamp
Colour television
Adjoining rooms

Wakeup call
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (wireless) in public areas

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Fax machine
Direct dial phone

Dining Facilities
The Folly Restaurant is on the premises and offers an excellent choice of meals. The service is very good. Local produce is used as much as possible.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu
Baby listening/monitoring

Pet Policy

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Captain Fraser's Folly - 0.1 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Trotternish Peninsula - 1.9 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Kilvaxter Souterrain - 3.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Skye Museum of Island Life - 5.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Flora MacDonald's Grave & Kilmuir Cemetery - 5.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Kensaleyre Standing Stones - 6.8 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Duntulm Castle - 6.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Tote Pictish Stone - 9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Skeabost Chapel - 9.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Trumpan Church - 10.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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