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Dunollie Hotel: Say along the harbour

Dunollie is not a high-rise hotel but rather a 3-story hotel lying on the bay. Some of the rooms and the restaurant overlook the bay. Makes for a beautiful view at suppertime. The service was good, although there were some complaints amongst the group about the service in the restaurant. You can never please everybody. The rooms were comfy and I fully enjoyed my stay.

Of course those who are used to technology might feel lost here. There is a computer with Internet connection in the lobby, however it is on dial-up and the connection is not always dependable. There are no phones or alarms radios in the rooms. Here you must rely on traditional custom of being knocked up in the morning. What? You ask? You ask the clerk to knock you up in the morning and literally someone comes by and knocks on your door in the morning.

Note: rates are for 2 people.

Charming views of the harbour. Ask to be knocked up in the morning. Close to the Skye Jewelry, book store, craft shop and general store.

For some this hotel may seem simple, but don't forget you're on the Skye, away from the big city. This is the high end of accommadations in Broadford.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Sailing and Boating, Beaches
  • Written February 19, 2007
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Broadford Youth Hostel: yoof or not so yooffull

A bike trip across on the ferry from Glenelg then ride up through the island ending up at Broadford and the youth hostel.

Very welcoming unlike the local hotel/pub where the local neanderthals gather to drink "heavy" and be rude to English tourists.

Broadford is an ideal centre for exploring the magical Isle of Skye. The famous Cuillin mountain range, just 15 miles away, is Scotland's ultimate challenge for serious walkers and climbers, whilst low-level walkers can enjoy several coastal walks. Plenty to do for walkers and tourists alike. The hostel offers good facilities including small family rooms and loads of local knowledge. A range of good facilities, including local seafood, is available in the village. Glass-bottom boat trips leave from Broadford Pier, 2 minutes from the hostel.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written August 1, 2005
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5 Luib: 5 Luib

Everything about this B&B is great:
small village, friendly hosts,
yet respecting your privacy.
good breakfast, shared bathroom,
useful living room,
no TV in bedrooms :-)

Overall great value for money.

They are running self-catering caravans as well. Highly recommended.

Ideal location for touring Skye,
walks start immediately at the doorstep.

It's probably good to have your car there, though.
I don't know about public transport in Luib.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written September 26, 2004
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