Hotel Cuillin Hills (Isle of Skye) Reviews
Description:Address: Portree / Isle of Skye / IV51 9QU / United Kingdom / Tel : + 44 (0)1478-612003
Newest Review: ... and a large sofa. I could just imagine settling down in a chair with a wee dram! When we arrived there were no members of staff in sight and we found our own way to the dining area. Lunch is served in the less formal bar area which is light and airy. We found a waiter and were shown to our table in a very friendly manner. There is a much more formal dining room although I haven't seen it so ... more
Customer Hotel Cuillin Hills (Isle of Skye) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/03/10, updated on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
We are regular visitors to the Isle of Skye and when we visited in February this year a local friend gave me a newspaper coupon offering 50% off the cost of a meal at the prestigious cuillin hills hotel. As we had never been to the hotel before but had heard good things about the meals we decided to give it a try. We had wanted to book fro an evening meal but as there was no availability we decided to have book for lunch instead. The helpful receptionist assured me that my two children would be very welcome. The hotel. ********* The cuillin hills hotel is located in the Island's main town of Portree. It is situated in 15 acres of its own private ... Read the complete review
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