The hotel is small and privately owned on a quiet sheltered bay on the Isle of Skye with magnificent views to the hills of Knoydart. The hotel has four suites. Each has a double bedroom upstairs, and a cosy sitting room below with a sofa bed. The view is across the water to the lighthouse of Isle Ornsay There are twelve other comfortable bedrooms each with its own individual character. Dinner consists of four courses, with three choices at each stage. The menus reflect the abundance of fresh local produce
- nr. Portree Isle of Skye Scotland IV51 9JH Telephone: 01470 562248
Glenview is a café, gallery and Bed and Breakfast tucked away in the hills of the North Eastern corner of the Island of Skye on the Trotternish Peninsula. The three spacious and comfortable bedrooms have tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, fresh fruit and wifi. There is also a choice of cooked breakfast – always porridge – the traditional Scottish way to fill your boots, and then plenty of other options from the full Scottish fry to vegetarian and fish specials using Glenview's own hens eggs and other local produce.
- Erbusaig Kyle of Lochalsh Ross-shire IV40 8BB Telephone: 01599 534430
The Tingle Creek Hotel is situated in the small hamlet of Erbusaig between Kyle of Lochalsh and Plockton, with only a five minute drive from the Isle of Skye Bridge. There are 12 bedrooms, 8 doubles and 4 twins all with en-suite facilities and many look out across the loch to the Isle of Skye or Raasay. The Tingle Creek Restaurant has gained an excellent reputation, for its menu, atmosphere and picturesque sea views across to the Isle of Skye and Raasay. The Head Chef uses the very freshest of Scottish ingredients from venison, highland beef to local cheeses.