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Kinloch dates back to the early 1600s and is very much the home of Lord and Lady Macdonald. Two comfortable drawing rooms, with log fires, enjoy the most spectacular views. As Kinloch was not built as a hotel the bedrooms vary in size and this is reflected in our tariff.
The decor throughout is the choice of Lady Macdonald as is the food in the dining room. Claire Macdonald is one of the greatest cooks and food enthusiasts in Scotland - an award-winning journalist and author of twelve best-selling cookbooks. Claire has for the last twenty years produced, with a small team, the most delicious food, seasonal to Scotland. She makes the widest use of the superb ingredients which abound in Scotland - be it meat, fish, game or fruit.
Nearest Train Station: Mallaig or Kyle of Lochalsh
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Ratings/Awards: 4 STB Stars
Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14
Price per PersonDouble: £90 - £190
Twin: £90 - £190
Single: £45 - £190
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Name: Kinloch Lodge
Cuisine: Excellent British
Chef: Lady Macdonald and Peter Macpherson
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
Autumn Offers for our precious returning guests
We have developed a very special offer for October for our returning guests.
Stay with us for one night and your second night’s accommodation is complimentary, only paying for dinner and breakfast (£80 p/p).
Our very special Christmas celebrations
We still have a few rooms left over Christmas.
This will be a festive extravaganza – long, lazy brunches, amazing walks through Skye’s stunning scenery, hot baths, plenty of fizz, fabulous food and the very finest wines . . .
Fabulous Winter Offer (1st November – 31 March 2012)
We will be running our ‘fabulous Winter offer’ where prices start from £99 per person, including dinner, bed and breakfast.
The £99 rate is only available mid-week, Monday to Thursday inclusive.
Prices start from £109 p/p for weekends.
We would love to hear from you, do call us or email.
Offers posted Thu 22nd Sep 2011
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