Looking for a place to stay in Portree? Then look no further than Portree Hotel, a charming hotel that brings the best of Portree to your doorstep.
Rooms at Portree Hotel provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free internet access.
In addition, while staying at Portree Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. You can also enjoy free breakfast.
Close to some of Portree's most popular landmarks, such as Somerled Square War Memorial (0.0 mi) and Portree Parish Church (0.0 mi), Portree Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Cafe Arriba, The Caledonian Cafe, and Relish Skye, all of which are a short distance from Portree Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Skye and Lochalsh Archive Centre is a nice way to spend some time.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Portree Hotel as you experience everything Portree has to offer.
Good choice of locally sourced food on the menu and everything we had was very tasty. I can recommend the fish pie, it was delicious. Friendly service and the layout was Covid safe. Would definitely recommend.
Everything about this place was great, from the bed being super comfortable, rooms being clean the friendliest staff around and the amazing food. Couldn't fault this place at all. If we come back to Isle of Skye we will definitely be rebooking.
No problems with this Hotel, all good, food great, room great, staff helpful, Portree town good central location, and hotel is on the main square Staff helped when needed help to get bags up to room Breakfast and evening meals excellent
Visited here for dinner on Thursday night with my partner. Both had the soup for starter which was lovely, could’ve eaten a full loaf of the accompanying bread. For main my girlfriend had the beef which was cooked to perfection. I had the fish and chips & again, was blown away. Only negative was self inflicted, and that was not being able to stay for dessert as we were in a mad rush to see the Scotland game! Luckily they won, haha. Had to cancel my booking for tonight for the outdoor glass houses as still suffering from last night, but having seen the setup last night it’s clear they are a class wee addition to a really top, top place.
We went for drinks after dinner, around 8pm. We requested to be sat in their outdoor seating but were told they were closing the area down, fair enough. Sat inside which felt pretty stuffy, we ordered drinks and received them. Whilst having our drinks inside we then saw bar staff taking new orders of drinks out to other people outside despite the fact we had been told they were closing the area. Felt this was a bit unfair, if you were shutting down outside, surely you'd stop serving the customers there and ask them to either finish up or move inside. Asked barman what time outdoors seating was allowed until and he said 10pm, yet still refused to let us go outside despite plenty of available space. Still refused...absolutely bizarre... especially given outdoors would have been safer and a more pleasant environment to sit in. Asked if we could speak to his manager as we couldn't understand why one rule for some and not for others to which he point blank refused, lingered at our table and was just downright strange. Zero customer service, zero hospitality. Given that this was all way before the 10pm deadline it seemed Extremely weird to not let patrons use the outdoor seating. Or to have one rule for some and not for others. We left quickly after our disappointing drinks..the group of guys outside were still being served drinks to as we left.. contradicting the hotel saying they were closing the area.. the group also definitely didn't look like '2 households'... Might be wrong but either way..Crap service. Crap hospitality. Bizarre experience. Will be avoiding at all costs going forward.…