True Highland hospitality on a lochside croft with hosts born on the island
Tel: (01478) 650 288
Loch Aluinn is nestled on a picturesque croft at the base of the majestic Red Cuillins, overlooking the beautiful Loch Sligachan. We offer true Highland hospitality from hosts born on the island. The house is a smoke free zone. There is private parking within an enclosed garden area and the accommodation is all on ground level.
Visit Scotland 4 star grading.
We offer two well equipped, very comfortable double bedrooms: one with ensuite bathroom and one with large ensuite shower room. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers, CD radio alarm clocks and TV/DVD Combi units. Beds are made up with luxury 'Dorma' bed linen. There are 4 steps to the entrance.
There is a separate dining room and a guest lounge which offers you a panoramic view with excellent seating to relax on. Maps, information books, leaflets and walking routes are available for your use; stay more than one night and any of these items can be borrowed free of charge.
A starter selected from Porridge or selection from buffet range
A main course from choices including:
Breakfast is served with tea or coffee, toast, oatcakes, marmalade, honey and jam conserve.
For full contact details and an enquiry form see our Enquiries page.
Loch Aluinn is 11 miles from Portree.
From the Skye Bridge, the Mallaig to Armadale ferry, or the Glenelg to Kyle Rhea ferry, head for Broadford. From Broadford continue along the A87 to Sconser. Drive past the main village of Sconser, until you come to a sign advertising our accommodation.
Please drive carefully when accessing our driveway as it is on a sharp incline from the main road. When coming along the Sligachan/Portree road you are advised to make use of the lay-by to allow for a wider turn onto our access.
Our location is shown on this On-line Map (Scale 1:50000). Grid Reference 513315.
We also offer self catering accommodation in a spacious ground floor apartment.
For more information about the area, local scenery and useful services, you might like to try these links: