Sconser Lodge Hotel

Sconser Isle of Skye Scotland England


IV48 8TD

+44 (0)1478 650 333

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Built in 1871 as a hunting box for the MacDonalds, Sconser Lodge is now a delightful hotel, where you are assured a friendly, relaxing stay. Its central location between Portree and Broadford makes it an ideal base for exploring the whole of Skye, or the Isle of Raasay, a short ferry trip away.

The hotel has 8 en-suite rooms, all with TV. We have a dining room, where we serve delicious home cooking; a bar offering Isle of Skye real ale, a range of malt whiskies and a selection of wines; and a comfortable lounge with books, games and TV. For the comfort of our guests the hotel is non-smoking throughout.

Sconser Lodge is owned and run by Lisa and Craig McMath and a small team of local staff.

We aim to offer a relaxing, comfortable stay with a traditional country house atmosphere, and can promise a warm and friendly welcome to all our guests. We are right on the sea shore with our own jetty and mooring, where you may see a visiting otter. Seals and dolphins have also been known to put in an appearance. The building features original pine panelling and open fires where we burn peat and logs.

Our eight bedrooms, which include a family suite and a triple room, are all well appointed with TVs, hospitality trays and hairdryers. Many have stunning sea and loch views. All have ensuite shower or bathrooms. A travel cot and high chair are available on request.

We feel breakfast should be one of the highlights of a hotel stay and our guests start the day in our beautiful dining room with the full Scottish experience. In the evenings we offer a small menu which aims to make the most of the abundent local produce. The bar has draught lager and Isle of Skye real ale to complement our wine list, and a range of fine malt whiskies, which may be enjoyed in the bar with its adjacent sun lounge where you will find books and games.

The Isle of Skye Golf Club, one of two 9 hole courses on the island, is next door. Explore Skye’s history and heritage, or visit the studios of local artists inspired by their surroundings.