Your luxury and central bed and breakfast accommodation is available at Loch Aluinn in Sconser. The property is nestled on a picturesque 6 acre croft at the base of the Glamaig Red Cuillin and overlooking the beautiful Loch Sligachan. True highland cuisine and hospitality is provided by your islander hosts Marjory and Eric.
The property is graded VisitScotland 4 star standard with thirteen areas graded 5 star 'exceptional' standard. This ground level bed and breakfast accommodation offers 2 double ensuite bedrooms along with separate guest lounge which is ideal for up to 4 people and gives you unrivalled hill and loch views of Glamaig, Loch Sligachan, Braes, and Duncaan on the Island of Raasay beyond Sconser itself.
There is off road parking within an enclosed garden area and the property is non-smoking and pet free for your comfort. Marjory and Eric provide welcoming, discreet and friendly hospitality to help ensure your stay is everything you wished for and more.
Your Loch Aluinn base is ideal for exploring Skye and its many attractions, its central location is accessed off the main trunk road. Sconser is the closest village to the famous and awe inspiring Black Cuillins, with the Red Cuillins on your doorstep and the Island of Raasay Ferry and Sconser Golf Course within walking distance.
In terms of road access to the many and varied areas of Skye, Sconser is very much in the middle of the island. To the south you can explore the Broadford area and Sleat. To the west, the Cuillins, Loch Bracadale, and the Dunvegan area, and to the north you can explore Portree and Trotternish. And of course, to the east, the fascinating Isle of Raasay, accessible by ferry from Sconser itself. Moreover we are also on the main public transport route between the mainland and Portree, enabling you to get around the island by bus.
Whether you are a Munro or Corbett bagger, a hill walker, bird watcher, romantic, photographer, golfer, artist or car touring enthusiast Loch Aluinn is the ideal comfortable base to return to. Spend time taking in your surroundings and you can catch sight of the many visitors to Loch Sligachan which includes swans, herons, ducks, otters, seals, porpoises and dolphins, while birds such as buzzards, kestrels and golden eagles can be seen soaring the skies above you.
Wi-Fi access is provided free of charge and there is very good Vodafone reception. Numerous guide books and maps combined with local knowledge from your hosts is provided to ensure you have the information you need to help make your holiday experience all it can be.
You are welcome to see our Trip Advisor reviews below and our video on YouTube. We are grateful to Mr & Mrs Rose, guests who kindly provided us with the video.
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