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Private Car Park
Duisdale House Hotel offers a unique highland getaway on the Isle of Skye, with breath-taking views, chic interiors and sumptuous dining in the 2 AA rosette award winning restaurant.
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 18
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
Duisdale House Hotel is a luxury, award winning, family run boutique hotel on Skye’s southern Sleat Peninsular. The hotel started life as a hunting lodge back in 1860. The landscaped gardens and historic exterior remain but inside reveals a chic hotel, popular for family celebrations and romantic weekends.
All 21 bedrooms at this country house hotel on Skye are uniquely styled, some with stunning four poster bedrooms, a sea view suite and spacious Cottage for those wanting more privacy.
The hotel boasts an award winning 2 AA rosette Restaurant. There is also an elegant lounge with high ceilings and log fire, sunny Conservatory overlooking the gardens and cosy Chart Room Bar, well stocked with local gins and malt whisky. Afternoon teas by the open fire are legendary at Duisdale, with hand cut sandwiches, home-made scones and cakes baked daily by the pastry chef, this is an occasion not to be rushed.
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With breath taking views over the sea loch to the mountains beyond, this former hunting lodge, has an abundance of character and charm. Each of the 21 individually styled bedrooms is unique and distinctive and complements the historic features of Duisdale House.
From standard or twin rooms with woodland views, to deluxe four posters overlooking the garden and our popular suite with sea views, we are sure you will find staying at Duisdale House a delight.
Comfort and relaxation is paramount with each room thoughtfully equipped with everything you need for your stay, including free wifi, LCD TVs, ensuite bathrooms with rainfall showers, waffle bathrobes and luxury toiletries. Deluxe rooms all have espresso coffee machines for lazy mornings in bed.
Dogs are now welcome at Duisdale. * conditions apply.
Bar & Restaurant
With 2 AA Rosettes for food, dining is always a special occasion at Duisdale. The creative kitchen team focus on delivering fantastic food. Menus changes daily and feature dishes that make the best of Skye’s local produce.
Directions to Duisdale House Hotel on Isle of Skye
From the Skye Bridge, continue to Broadford, approximately 7 miles. Turn left at the junction on to the A851 (Sleat/Armadale road). Travel along this road for 7 miles, there is a 40 miles per hour speed limit sign, Duisdale House Hotel entrance is 100mtrs past this sign on the right hand side of the road.
From the Mallaig/Armadale ferry terminal. Drive north on the A851 towards Broadford for 7mls approx. Duisdale is situated on the left hand side of the road.
Hotel Notice Board
Children's Rates & Additional Adults:
When adding children or more than 2 adults to a reservation the rate quoted is the total for 2 adults only. Additional ates will be applied at the hotel direct.
Dogs are now welcome at Duisdale. Conditions and supplements apply
The cancellation policy for this hotel is 7 days prior to the day of arrival. In the event of late cancellation or non arrival you will be charged for the full cost of the stay. This supercedes our standard 48 hours policy. Please keep this in mind when making your booking for this hotel.
Located only 10 minutes from Broadford, Duisdale is well located to explore the many world class attractions of Skye. You can also book activities at Skeabost, our sister hotel near Portree, which has its own 9 hole golf course and fly fishing on the River Snizort.
The Isle of Skye has many spectacular outdoor attractions to explore, from a stroll to the magical fairy pools in Glen Brittle to a more adventurous walk to the Old Man of Storr. From cosy cafes serving fresh seafood to craft shops making luxury sheep skin rugs, hi speed rib boat rides to historic castles, wildlife spotting to whisky distilleries, you will definitely want to make sure you take your time so you can fit it all in!
Torabhaig Distillery which only opened 3 years ago, is a short drive away and well worth a visit to sample one of Scotland’s newest malts.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide