I stayed here last week and had the nicest stay I've ever had in a b&b. I love Plockton and Skye and decided completely on a whim to come up for a few days. Miriam was completely unfazed by my short notice (half an hour!) and I had a beautiful room with a very comfortable bed and a lovely bathroom with a nice deep old-fashioned bath in which you could lie and watch the sky through the window. The Gallery is a lovely solid victorian house with lots of character and right opposite the consistently excellent Plockton Inn. The artworks on the walls are a nice addition without being overwhelming and Miriam was the perfect combination of being friendly and welcoming without being intrusive. All great - warm, comfortable, lovely bathroom, digital TV, good bed and bedlinen and a wonderful breakfast with local black pudding and homemade bread. On my last morning Miriam made seaweed bread with some seaweed I had collected earlier - delicious! Absolutely perfect.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Its a big old house, a former manse, with views of the sea loch- Loch Carron- from all the rooms. Big rooms and bathrooms. Full of paintings, lots of which are for sale. Log fires in the winter. BBQ's in the summer. Opposite the Plockton Inn and round the corner from the Plockton Hotel and The Shores, excellent meals out are easy to arrange.As an article in the May 2013 Yachting Monthly says, " if anything, you've too many views around Plockton. Snuggled around a sheltered cove on the south side of Loch Carron, the place is absurdly picturesque."n.b. There is no B&B sign outside, we are opposite the Plockton Inn and there are a lot of sculptural pieces in the garden. Wrought iron gate and grey front door. There are working locks on all bedroom doors and for the front door, just ask me for the keys if you require them. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Plockton Gallery - The Manse Scotland