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Plockton Inn
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Reviewed September 12, 2007

For lovers of freshly caught fish and shellfish, this is the place to eat and indeed stay. Accommodation is fairly simple but spotlessly clean and comfortable. Our room was in a recently acquired property directly opposite the Inn. Everything was fresh, the room was of a good size, had 2 comfortable beds and en suite bathroom designed to make life easier for the physically handicapped. The walk-in shower had no tub, only a pull around curtain, so the shower water cascaded onto the floor and caused a bit of flooding.

The highlight of any stay here has got to be eating in the restaurant. The menu is comprehensive and, although catering mainly for fish and seafood lovers, has a good selection of meat dishes all sourced locally, so that venison and beef and lamb are all top quality. Prices are reasonable, portions are substantial and come with nice fresh vegetables on the side. There is a pretty good wine list and the wines are reasonably priced too. Even if you are resident, it is important to reserve a table for dinner as the restaurant is very popular with non-residents.

Breakfasts are also substantial and there is a good choice ranging from traditional eggs and bacon to the less traditional smoked haddock with poached egg, the latter being of such size that the fish overlaps the plate!

Staff are mainly local people and are helpful and friendly and, if the sun does shine, Plockton is heaven on earth. For most visitors it is a long way to travel to get there, but well worth the journey.

The Inn's "Pub" is a popular and friendly place for an after-dinner drink or two, and local musicians play traditional music on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. This really draws the crowds and locals and visitors mix well, helped no doubt by the reasonable bar prices!

All told, this is a great place and our 4 night's stay was all too short, despite the rather unhospitable weather for much of the time.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank billyboy
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Reviewed September 12, 2007

Fantasic room, friendly staff, lovely village and the food is excellent. Would highly recommend it.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 10, 2007

Stayed here for three nights. Huge double room, bright and spotlessly clean. Pleasant staff. Can't recommend enough.

  • Stayed: June 2006, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank KirstyIsleofMan
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Reviewed February 12, 2007

we stayed one night at the Plockton Inn,

The inn is unusual in that it is owned by a local family and employ mostly local staff ( very unusual these days where most staff in hotels are east european). The staff were veryu helpful and friendly , also being from the surrounding area they will give you tips on what sights to visit .

The rooms were basic but bright and clean , just as expected. The inn is the local pub for the village and as well owrth visiting just for the laugh you get when you visit the bar, there is plenty of friendly banter between locals and visitors, you aremade to feel very welcome. The drink is pretty cheap too.
We had our main meal in the inn that night ( book a table as it is a small restaurant and is very busy during public holidays and the high season).

The food was excellent all fresh locally caught seafood. Very reasonably priced too.

We went back to the pub after for some more refreshments!

Next morning we had a huge breakfast , again the choice and quality was excellent.
I would thoroughly recommend a visit here if you are ever up in the area.

Stayed: February 2007
10  Thank macsuperfly
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Reviewed June 18, 2006

Neat little town. We stayed at Plockton Inn. Food was very good. Rooms were a little dated and small, but affordable. Recommend to those going to Isle of Skye as alternative to pricey on island locations.

4  Thank nvlawyer
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