The Dunollie Hotel
The Dunollie Hotel is set by the serene waterside of Broadford Bay, at the foot of the mountains that lead to the famous Cuillin Hills. With 84 en suite bedrooms, a bar and restaurant, it is perfectly placed to explore an area rich in history across the Isle of Skye.
Broadford derives its name from Old Norse, meaning the wide bay. In later years, legend has it that this was the site where Bonnie Prince Charlie gave the recipe for Drambuie to Clan MacKinnon, to thank the clan for helping him escape to France. So as guests unwind in the restaurant or bar, it would be perfectly apt to sample a wee dram of this historic liqueur.
Rooms & Amenities
The Dunollie Hotel is a charming property with 84 en suite bedrooms, many of which offer spectacular views across Broadford Bay and the islands of Pabay and Scalpay.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Bathtub or shower
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Food and drink
- Coffee/tea maker
Torridon View Restaurant
In the Hotel’s Torridon View Restaurant, guests are treated to some of the finest local produce and traditional Scottish recipes. Locally-sourced ingredients, such as shellfish from the neighbouring waters, are matched by the restaurant's breathtaking views of the bay, all the more enjoyable with a fine wine from the hotel's carefully-chosen list.
For a more casual setting, head to the Redhills Lounge for a selection of light meals, fine local malt whiskies and ales.