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Toravaig - At A Glance
- At a Glance
- Our Review
If a sleek private yacht is high on your list of must-haves for a romantic weekend getaway, then you need to make tracks for Toravaig, on the wild and wonderful Isle of Skye coast.
Know It All
Hit the spot
On Skye’s south-west shores – an easy hop from the mainland.
Quarters are cosy, not vast.
A stylish escape on rugged Skye.
Rooms and suites
Rooms come with DVD players, Toravaig whisky miniatures and fresh fruit.
There's wi-fi and an open fire in the lounge, and a private yacht for daily excursions.
Drop anchor in Colonsay, with its silk curtains, and warm shades of peach and cinammon.
Eat & Drink
Toravaig's candlelit Iona restaurant is intimate and tastefully done out with leather high-back chairs, white linen napery and plaid curtains in shades of mulberry and cream. Chef Peter Woods makes full use of the natural larder on their doorstep, with dishes featuring hand-dived west coast scallops, Skye lobster, Highland halibut and organic veggies.
Full breakfast is served until 10am. Try the kippers, smoked haddock or Scottish porridge.
See & DoSee & Do
Have a day out at sea on board Toravaig's own 42 foot yacht Solus Na Mara (the name means Light of the Sea), or wander down to the ruins of Knock castle by the shore. The iconic Eilean Donan castle is within easy driving distance, as is Skye's capital Portree. You can trace your Scottish roots at the Clan Donald centre or visit the ancestral home of the Clan Macleod at Dunvegan castle. Keen walkers can follow in the footsteps of Skye's keen "Munro baggers" and climb one of the island's peaks.
Come and join in the island's biggest ceildh at the Skye Gaelic Music Feis.
Put a spring in your step at the Skye Highland Games in Portree.
GBP 210-240 per couple for Dinner Bed and Breakfast
Open all year
Minimum night stay?
No children under 12
Yes – with parties of up to 18 accommodated. Weddings for up to six people can be held aboard Toravaig's yacht.
Knock Bay, Sleat, Isle of Skye IV44 8RE
There is free guest parking
Kyle of Lochalsh station – 17 miles
Ferries operate between Mallaig and Armadale Pier on Skye. It's a short drive from here.
GBP 15 from the station
Inverness – 80 miles. There's a helipad 100m from the hotel.