A 10 bedroom, recently renovated luxury hotel in Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye has come to the market with a guide price of £1.05 million. Private clients have instructed Colliers to find new owners for Hame on Skye in preparation for their relocation abroad.
Set over one floor, the hotel boasts 10 en-suite bedrooms which have been refurbished and individually designed to the highest standard including luxury bathroom fittings and super comfy beds. Alongside the bedrooms are a number of exceptionally appointed public areas including the restaurant andoutdoor terrace with stunning views of the Cuillin mountain range and a contemporary yet cosy bar with plenty of character and an open fireplace.
Robert Smithson in the Hotels Agency team at Colliers, comments: “There is no doubt that Hame on Skye has benefitted from the current owner’s eye for detail and contemporary style. The hotel’s location close to the popular village of Dunvegan makes it a year-round destination with visitors, proving to be a perfect place to not only explore the nearby castle and coast, but also the rest of the hugely popular island.
“I expect the property to receive a high level of interest, particularly as the island continues to benefit from the current staycation boom. In addition, Skye has always attracted great levels of trade from abroad, which we envisage will return as soon as they are able too.”
Set its own grounds the hotel has parking for at least 10 vehicles and is only half an hour from the island’s ‘capital’ Portree and an easy drive from the bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh. Several renowned and Michelin starred restaurants are also in short range of the property.