Welcome to The Flodigarry Hotel, Isle of Skye, Scotland
The award winning Flodigarry Hotel on the Isle of Skye commands a panoramic position overlooking the Sea towards the Torridons and the mainland of Scotland.
The Flodigarry Hotel is located in the North East of the magnificent Isle of Skye in a dramatic jurassic setting. The famous sea view from the hotel is almost endless towards the majestic Torridon mountains and is equally impressive towards the iconic Quiraing. A sense of grandeur is woven throughout the turn-of-the-century former hunting lodge and home to Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald.
The Flodigarry Hotel holds special appeal for those with a passion for refined splendour, highland hospitality, comfort, luxury and old-world elegance. From this superb vantage point, one can become absorbed in the marvel of the dramatic surroundings and wonderful wildlife.
Flodigarry Hotel is a traditional non-trendy warm and friendly hotel with an easy going atmosphere. Beauty and Jacobite past blend together to create something quite magical.
If you like super food, fine wine and malts; breathtaking mountain and sea views, the great outdoors, wildlife walks, guided mountain and geological rambles, traditional story telling, ceilidhs, boat trips and fishing or simply to put your feet up with a book by a log fire - then The Flodigarry Hotel is just right for you.
The Flodigarry Hotel offers an excellent choice of really comfortable bedrooms – all en-suite – which should suit all needs. Bedrooms are available in both the main house and Flora MacDonald's Cottage – no more than a few minutes walk from Flodigarry House and where Flora MacDonald raised five of her seven children – a wonderful place to soak up history.
Enjoy a full range of outdoor activities or simply relax by the fire with that good book. Weekend house parties feature lively music nights – at all other times Flodigarry is utter peace and tranquility – you may hear waves breaking on the shore and logs crackling away on the fire – the perfect antidote to life on the fast lane – so do please come along – your welcome dram awaits.