4* Isle of Skye stay
Sleat, Isle of Skye, IV44 8RE
- usually £275.00
- save 62%
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£119 instead of £275 for an overnight stay for two with breakfast and a glass of Prosecco each or £199 instead of £526 for 2 nights at award-winning 4* Toravaig House Hotel, Isle of Skye; Regional Romantic Hotel of the Year 2017 – save up to 62%
- One or two-night stay for two with breakfast and a glass of Prosecco on arrival
- Beautiful 4* hotel on the stunning Isle of Skye
- Multi award-winning venue boasting a 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant
- Named Regional Romantic Hotel of the Year and Small Country Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2017
- Valid 7 days until March 2018
4* boutique stay
Today’s deal will see you and a lucky loved one escape to the beautiful Isle of Skye with a one or two-night stay at the gorgeous Toravaig House Hotel. Staying in one of the hotel’s nine individually decorated rooms, you’ll be cosy in your contemporary abode, complete with luxury toiletries and crisp white linen. When you arrive, you’ll be welcomed with a chilled glass of Prosecco, perfect for toasting to a great stay, before making the most of your gorgeous surrounds and exploring all that the area has to offer. After a busy day of sightseeing, you’ll return for a snug snooze before awaking the next morning to a hearty breakfast – delicious!
Toravaig House Hotel
Surrounded by breathtaking views of the Sound of Sleat and beyond to the distant hills of Arisaig, this beautiful 4* boutique hotel is the perfect place for a romantic escape with your special someone. Boasting cosy rooms, an elegant 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and spectacular views, a stay here is sure to be a memorable one!
But don’t just take our word for it, having scooped a plethora of awards at this year’s Scottish Hotel Awards, including regional titles for Romantic Hotel, Small Country Hotel, Wedding Hotel and Wedding Team of the Year, you know you’re set for a special getaway.
Isle of Skye stay
The second largest of the Scottish islands, Skye is famous for its stunning rugged landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles. If you get bored of exploring the sparkling lochs, towering sea cliffs and magical moors, you can check out one of the many art galleries and craft studios or just chill out in one of the cosy pubs or restaurants.
Loved by itisoners
“Room was comfortable and spotlessly clean. A lovely hotel beside the water, very peaceful and friendly, with a great breakfast!”
“A beautiful hotel. Very friendly staff who would do anything to make you comfortable. Wonderful big fires to snuggle up next to, everything was immaculate too. Has a great reputation with the locals on the island, everyone we spoke to said we had landed on our feet!”