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Glenelg Inn - At A Glance
Facing out to the Isle of Skye, Glenelg Inn sits amid hills and glens on the water’s edge. Locals and visitors mingle in the oak-beamed bar, where live fiddle music is a regular feature.
Know It All
Hit the Spot
Just the place for a wee dram with Skye in your sights
Not for townies – you're way up in the glens
Right-at-home charm and views you could bottle
Rooms and suites
Six rooms, one suite.
Room seven has a seven-foot bed and terrific sea views
There are flat screen TVs and DVD players, plus wi-fi connections. Two rooms have balconies and huge bathrooms, and the inn also has a helipad.
Room Seven is ultra private, while others score best on views
Eat & Drink
Local lamb and venison are sourced from the Glenelg hills. Menus feature local organic produce and free-range eggs, and dinner menus include a fresh and smoked seafood platter, and char-grilled local Moyle's lamb chops. Don't expect fancy surrounds – it's simple and rustic here.
Full Highland breakfast is served until 930am. Try the Charles MacLeod Stornoway black pudding.
Available morning and evening.
See & DoSee & Do
This is the place for boat trips and walking trails. Visit the Glenelg Pictish Brochs (ancient stone towers) and Sandaig beach, inspiration for Gavin Maxwell’s book Ring of Bright Water. See seals and sea otters at Kylerhea and explore the lochs and glorious coastline of this scenic part of Scotland. The Isle of Skye just across the water is a must for a day trip.
Pack your fiddle for Glenelg’s traditional music festival.
From GBP 75
Open all year
Minimum night stay?
No – but it’s a long way just for a night.
Not allowed in the bar after 9pm.
Dogs are welcome.
Yes – accommodating up to 40 guests. A marquee can be erected in the private garden overlooking the Isle of Skye, and bagpipers are on call.
Glenelg, Kyle of Lochalsh IV40 8JR
There is free guest parking.
Kyle of Lochalsh station – 15 miles via the Skye ferry (during summer).
Eilean Donan Castle station – 25 miles
GBP 30 from Kyle of Lochalsh
Inverness – 83 miles