Dunollie Hotel, Broadford, Isle of SkyeThe Dunollie Hotel in Isle of Skye is perfectly situated for hiking and mountain walks, as well as being a short distance from The Isle of Skye Golf Club 01471 822 253 11am 3 No rates available
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
The Dunollie Hotel is an ideal base from which to discover the Isle of Skye and its wildlife.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 84
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Dunollie Hotel in Broadford is set by the serene waterside of Broadford Bay, at the foot of the mountains that lead to the famous Cuillin Hills. Broadford derives its name from Old Norse, meaning the wide bay.
This hotel on the Isle of Skye features 84 en suite bedrooms each are perfectly designed relax in after exploring an area rich in history.
In the Dunollie Hotel’s Torridon View Restaurant, guests are treated to some of the finest local produce prepared by highly trained chefs. Legend has it that 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.
The Dunollie Hotel in Broadford (Isle of Skye) offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
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.
Bar & Restaurant
In the Dunollie Hotel's restaurant the same attention to culinary detail is matched only by the breathtaking views of the bay, all the more enjoyable with a fine wine chosen from the extensive wine list.
For a more casual setting, head to the Redhills Lounge for a selection of light meals, fine local malt whiskies and ales.
Directions to Dunollie Hotel in Broadford on Isle of Skye
The hotel is seated at the foot of Beinn na Caillich leading towards the famous Cuillin Hills, an ideal base from which to discover the area and its wildlife. It is also well-placed for exploring the Isle of Skye.
Skye Bridge, 7 miles
Portree, 25 miles
Inverness, 82 miles
Inverness airport, 88 miles
Kyle of Lochalsh train station, 9 miles
Hotel Notice Board
The Dunollie Hotel is now closed for Winter and will reopen in May 2021.
Travelling to the Scottish islands: Recommended pre-departure testing The Scottish government have issued advice on anyone planning to travel to a Scottish island to take a rapid lateral flow test before they do so. This is a voluntary scheme to try to prevent any spread from the mainland and you will not need evidence of a negative test to travel to a Scottish island. For more information via the Scottish Government website, please click here
Guests staying on a rate inclusive of Dinner will receive an allowance of £20 per person per night towards their evening meal. (Unless otherwise stated) Please note there are no Twin Rooms at the Dunollie Hotel with Sea Views. Sea View bedrooms all have a Double Bed in them.
Please note there are limited accessible rooms available on reception level. Wheelchairs can get through the bedroom door, however they cannot get through the bathroom door (too narrow)
Thanks to its mountainside location, guests of the Dunollie Hotel can enjoy countless walks or hikes and, with a little luck, may even catch a glimpse of a golden eagle. For the spirited, treat yourself to a round of golf at the Isle of Skye Golf Course.