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Cuillin Hills Hotel
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

We went for our first bar meal of the year last week in the brasserie, and what a treat! The menu is good, well priced (which makes a change for the cuillin Hills!), and a great selection. I had the chilli and coriander mussels and a burger-both great. The burger wasn't home-made which was slightly disappointing, but the accompaniments more than made up for it. The atmosphere is relaxed and the location is stunning. As a local i have been going to the Cuillin Hills for years, but this was my favourite visit by far. Looking forward to going back soon! Thank-you.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 23, 2013

This is our second time here. Since the last visit the original fine dining room has been moved to the centre front of the hotel and the room made into 2 very large bedrooms complete with 7 branch ceiling light and bay window overlooking that now famous view.
The room has a very nicely appointed bathroom and the room itself a large bed plus table and chairs in the bay window. The decor is modern but has an appealing colour scheme. Very nice.
We ate in the brasserie restaurant both nights as the fine dining room is shut in the quiet season. However, in the bedroom information booklet, menus for both were on display and the brasserie menu was lacking depth so disappointed. On the first night the food was surprisingly poor and grossly overpriced. My partner opted for the '28 day Aberdeen Angus sirloin steak' at £21.95 with the usual onion rings, tomatoes, chips etc and requested medium cooking. She got a slim piece (half inch at most) of overcooked meat that could not have weighed more than 6 ounces cooked. Had it been mine it would have gone back but she wants a quiet life.....I had the chicken in breadcrumbs with haggis and whiskey sauce and mustard mash. Very average and bland.
So, the second night and I opted for the haddock in beer batter with homemade tartare sauce. If you want your small fillet of fish with the consistency of soggy white bread, tasteless and in a batter that does not stick to it (the fish is too wet), then this is for you. Accompanied by a mound of cheap frozen chips and a crunchy salad! Tasteless sauce too. Unbelievable and yours for £11.95.
On a positive note, the lamb was very tasty, the puddings were more like it and my partner, an expert on sticky toffee puddings, said hers was excellent.
On requesting to pay the bill in cash seemed to upset the waitress who then pointedly ignored us for some 10 minutes. Eventually had to get the manager to deal with it and by way of apology she removed the tasteless haddock from the bill.
Bought a pint of McEwans 80 shilling and a small bottle of Peroni for £7.20. How much??? (Its cheaper at the 5 star Old Course Hotel at St Andrews!!!)
Sat in the lounge (awful wallpaper - who chose that?) and met with an elderly guest who told us he was a frequent visitor and he thought the haddock was very poor......ho hum....
We have rated the hotel 3 stars on Tripadvisor because the room saved it from a lower rating. If it had been based on the food and prices then it would have been one star. The management must understand that rooms alone do not fill hotels and if they continue to serve such poor food and overcharge for both food and drink, then the view will not save them. This is a shame as we liked the hotel very much last time but on this performance we will not return.

Room Tip: Ask for one of the bay window rooms.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 22, 2013

We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights last weekend. The staff were lovely and friendly, taking the time to chat to you about your day, what you did and recommending other places to visit. The staff really are the gem of this hotel. The hotel did have a slight feel of under occupancy, one of the mornings we ate breakfast in the restaurant and were the only couple there! This is probably the norm for February and I could imagine it would be very busy in peak season. The restaurant food was excellent with a good choice of starters and mains. Breakfast was also excellent with a wide choice. We booked this hotel after reading reviews here and certainly weren't disappointed. As mentioned by others, the views from the front of the hotel were amazing. If you've got time do the circular walk starting from the hotel, it takes in some fabulous views out to the Isle of Raasay and back into Portree Harbour.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 11, 2013

We stayed there for three nights. The room was nice enough and breakfast was great.
The negative point was that there was only one veggie option in the menu but they found a second one when we asked. The view is simply wonderful

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

What a location! I used this venue for a business event and was blown away by the views looking out over Portree Harbour to the Cuillins.

The staff were so attentive - everyone from the caretaker to the duty manager did their bit to make this a very successful event.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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