Tucked away at the foot of Kinloch Hill on Scotland's enchanting Isle of Skye, Kinloch Lodge is lush in heritage and history. This award-winning island hideaway is the perfect place to experience the beauty of rural Scotland.

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Your host is Isabella Macdonald, a second-generation owner of Kinloch Lodge, and she is happy assist you and make¬†every effort to create long lasting, memorable experiences. Each of the 19 bedrooms are individually decorated with distinctive antiques, prints, and paintings to reflect Skye’s unique landscape, perfectly accented by stunning views across Loch Na Dal or overlooking Kinloch Hill.

Enjoy a night of rest in heavenly king size beds with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets, comforting lambswool blankets, and an abundance of plump pillows just right for getting cozy. Outfitted with all the modern conveniences, the comfort of a private home is found in the special touches, like the tray of fresh coffee, homemade shortbread, and farm-fresh milk delivered daily, or the candles that cast a glow on the rooms each evening. The lodge is also available for exclusive use, accommodating families and groups in the magical rural setting.

The Kinloch Restaurant, recipient of a coveted Michelin star, provides a perfect setting for a romantic meal or exciting family get together. Resident Chef Marcello Tully creates an exquisite daily menu using only the very best local and seasonal produce. Feast on outstanding produce from Scotland’s rich seasonal offerings including local poultry, game, and shellfish, dressed with locally-grown salad and herbs. Experience superb, modern Scottish cuisine with a substantial seven-course tasting menu of signature dishes, or choose the set dinner menu that serves something new daily.

Activities at and around Kinloch Lodge allow guests to experience Scotland’s rugged beauty in so many different ways. Explore the Isle of Skye on an adventure walk and spot golden eagles, falcons, and red deer, or travel around the island on a private boat tour in search of marine wildlife. Visit the historic Dunvegan Castle and the informative museum of Clan Donald Skye, or travel to the famous Talisker whiskey distillery for tours and tastings.

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