Kintail Lodge Hotel
Kintail Lodge Hotel, Ross-shire is established on the shores of Loch Duich on the
A-87 road on the way to Isle of Skye and only six miles away of Eilean Donan Castle.
[I]The Hotels location makes it ideal for touring the local area of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye, At Glenelg (10 miles) vist two fine examples of Iron Age Brochs (roughly 700BC – AD43) built by the Picts. These were built throughout Scotland, generally near the coast, and acted as refuges during attack.
Eilean Donan Castle (6 miles) is one of the most photogenic castles in Scotland. Built in the 13th century as the main seat of the MacKenzies of Kintail, during the 1719 Jacobite rising the castle was battered to a ruin and remained so for 300 years until restored around 100 years ago.
The ruins of General Wade’s Barracks can be seen to this day. General Wade’s Barracks, Glenelg, housed 300 soldiers
Author Gavin Maxwell (Author) who wrote Ring of Bright Water, a story about an otter he called Mijbil has strong connections with Sandaig (12 miles). He lived on a small island – Eilean Ban – just off Kyleakin. Here you will find a visitors’ centre and it also offers boat trips to see otters. Seals and other wild life can also be seen in the area.
Loch Ness with its world-famous monster, Nessie, is only a short drive away. The Exhibition Centre offers photographs and eye-witness accounts. Boat trips ‘monster spotting’ on the loch are also available. Visiting Urquhart Castle en route makes for a good day out.
You can visit Eilean Donan Castle, walking the ‘ Five Sisters of Kintail’ munro bagging, kayaking, angling, deer stalking or even star gazing with our Dark Skies are all wonderful ways to fill your time while at the hotel.[/I]
The Kintail Lodge Hotel provides the perfect base for outdoor activities and sports. As you would expect, being at the foot of the Five Sisters of Kintail makes the mountains extremely accessible for climbers, walkers, and trekkers. With the shores of Loch Duich a stones throw from the hotel, fishing, diving and sailing are all easy accessible.
This privately owned Hotel, having beautiful loch views, has high standard accommodation & outstanding cuisine which will leave you with that memorable experience. We have 12 en-suite rooms with a choice of a superior King Size, family, double or single rooms with TV, tea & coffee making facilities, internal telephone and all in a Traditional West Highland Hotel design each having a view of either the Loch or the mountains or the Loch side gardens. Our Wee Bunkhouse or Trekkers Lodge are suitable for on a budget accommodation the Trekkers Lodge sleeps 6 in four bedrooms having 2 twins and 2 single rooms and 2 shower rooms with toilets, the snack kitchen has basic equipment. Our Wee Bunkhouse sleeps 6 in dormatory sytle, the snack kichen has hot rings, fridge, kettle, microwave and basic cooking utensils and cutlery, ideal for groups of walkers, climbers or anglers.
Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for further information on any of our services or you can simply come down and visit us – we would love to meet you! Alternatively you can visit our social media pages to hear about our latest adventures, news and deals or you can read some of our reviews on Trip Advisor where we have an average rating of 4.5 out of 5!!
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