Kinloch Lodge is a small, luxury hotel on the romantic Isle of Skye with a Michelin-starred restaurant, set at the foot of the Kinloch Hill and on the shore of the Na Dal sea-loch. Kinloch Lodge is the highland home of Claire and Godfrey Macdonald, and family portraits of their ancestors line the wall. The dining room is pristine, with crisp white linen, vintage silver cutlery and gleaming glassware. Scotland’s bountiful larder is explored with the menu using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients including hot smoked salmon from South Uist and Buccleuch Estate beef. The set dinner menu changes daily and may well include Isle of Skye scallop mousse with Drumfearn langoustine. Or fillet of Isle of Skye venison, stir fried savoy cabbage and pancetta with caramelised apples and parsnips.
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"Set on the edge of a sea loch on the Isle of Skye, you couldn’t ask for a more glorious or tranquil setting. Marco Tully works wonders with Skye produce to create the likes of Fillet of Mallaig hake, courgette rösti, roast cherry tomatoes, Drumfearn mussels, local leaves and caper pesto."
Information on Kinloch Lodge , Sleat , Isle of Skye
Open: Daily 12:00-14:30, 18:30-21:00
Closed: 1wk at Xmas
Seating Capacity: 40
Private Dining: yes for up to 20 guests
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 14
Room Prices from: £150
Accreditation: AA 3 Rosettes
|Local Directions:||From Glasgow by car - Follow signs to Loch Lomond and Crianlarich on the A82. Proceed to Fort William, from which you can take the A830 to Mallaig for the ferry crossing to Armadale on Skye (for which you must have an advance reservation). Alternatively, continue on the A82 from Fort William to Spean Bridge and onwards to Invergarry, where you should turn left on to the A87 and follow signs to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge. Travel time: 4 to 5 hours. From Inverness by car - Take the A82 via Loch Ness, signposted to Invermoriston and Kyle of Lochalsh. At Invermoriston, turn left to join the A877 (which becomes the A87) to Kyle of Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge. Travel time: 2 hours.|
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