Skeabost Hotel – Portree

Skeabost Hotel stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort and based only five minutes away from Portree. The Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Scottish Highlands and visiting the many local attractions.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes.  Lovingly restored and stunningly refurbished, this iconic hotel is an idyllic retreat in a jaw-dropping location on one of the world’s favourite islands. Steeped in history, Skeabost is the third and latest in the small group of boutique hotels owned and run by Anne Gracie whose accolades include Scottish Hotelier of the Year and a Gold Laurel as two of Scotland’s ‘most visionary entrepreneur.’ It is the only hotel on Skye with its golf course – a nine-hole 18 tee shoreline challenge. The fast flowing River Snizort which runs through the grounds provides excellent salmon and trout fishing. The 18 bedroom Skeabost, acquired by Anne in 2015, is situated in 23 acres of woodland on the edge of a loch, with views out to sea and crofting hamlets. The current building began life as a hunting lodge in 1871, but there has been a home of some sort at Skeabost since Viking times when the name meant The Sheltered House. Travel Now Pay Later Skeabost Hotel Scotland Jetnow. On an island in the river are the ruins of two small chapels associated with St Columba, the first Christian missionary to Scotland. Skeabost has its own chapel, now a stunning private dining room


  • 6 Dining Areas
  • Fishing Tours
  • Golf Course
  • WiFi

Flight & Transfer Information

Approx. 5 hours 30 mins drive by car from Edinburgh.


The recent refurbishment at Skeabost has achieved a stunning effect, yet retained the timeless elegance of our 18 bedrooms. The eye catching period features are complemented with beautiful fabrics to bring a touch of luxury. There are 6 room types to fit your individual needs.

Petite Double

Cosy and full of Character, our petite rooms are located upstairs in the main house. With period features, such as high ceilings, stain glass windows or feature fireplace and tasteful décor with luxury fabrics and crisp, white bed linen.

Garden Double

Each with its own entrance and porch area external to the main hotel, these newly created rooms are contemporary and stylish. With large windows, they are bright and airy, with clean lines and modern furnishings.

Food & Drink

The hotel has six dining areas so you are spoilt for choice;
The cosy Cocktail Bar, the historic Chapel, the Morning Room, the Morning Room, Formal Dining room and The West Pier.

The Formal Dining Room

The traditionally Scottish wood-panelled dining room at Skeabost House feels formal and grand, making breakfast a special occasion for our resident guests.

Local Attractions

From pristine beaches to crumbling castles, exciting cultural attractions and ancient heritage. Scotland has it all whether its the highlands or lowlands and everything in between.

When it comes to things to do in Scotland, you’re really only limited by your imagination. There are excellent places to visit, including castles, lochs, restaurants and activity centres, and so many ways to explore, such as tours, outdoor activities and self-guided itineraries. Scotland is renowned for its mountains, lochs and glens, and with good reason! But there is so much more. Forests and woodlands, beaches and rugged coastlines, island scenery and rolling hills await.

A good starting place is the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh which is a treasure trove of ancient artefacts and precious objects. It's the most popular attraction in the UK outside of London and offers a great, year-round programme of temporary exhibitions. Visit Edinburgh Castle which is a true icon of Scotland and has dominated the skyline of the capital for centuries. Glasgow is home the wonderful Botanic Gardens. Other top outdoor/nature attractions include Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwll, Loch Lomomd Shores in Balloch, Calderglem Country park in East Kilbridge, Duthie Park in Aberdeen and Drumpellier Country Park. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to climb the highest mountain in the UK? Well in Fort William you can, so pack a lunch and begin your adventure up the spectacular Ben Nevis from there make sure to see the magnificent Glenfinnan Viaduct up close, which also transports the famous Jacobite Steam Train. The Cairngorms National Park is a haven for wildlife, dense woodland, picturesque lochs and miles upon miles of forest trails to explore. Shrouded in mystery, myths and legends, Loch Ness is home to the famed creature that is the Loch Ness Monster.