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Isle of Skye - Sligachan

Sligachan is a small settlement on Skye, Scotland. It is close to the Cuillin mountains and provides a good viewpoint for seeing the Black Cuillin mountains.

Sligachan is situated at the junction of the roads from Portree, Dunvegan and Broadford. The hotel was built in around 1830 at this road junction. Many early climbers chose this as a spot to start ascents of the Cuillin. Today there is also a campsite and bunkhouse adjacent to the hotel. There is also a small microbrewery, which is operated in the same building as the hotel.

Tradition has it that the Lord of the Islesattacked Skye in 1395, but William MacLeod met the MacDonalds at Sligachan and drove them back to Loch Eynort (Ainort). There they found that their galleys had been moved offshore by the MacAskills, and every invader was killed.[1] The spoils were divided at Creag an Fheannaidh ('Rock of the Flaying') or Creggan ni feavigh ('Rock of the Spoil'), sometimes identified with the Bloody Stone in Harta Corrie below the heights of Sgurr nan Gillean.

 
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Sligachan Hotel

Tel: 01478 650 204

It would be hard to find a more dramatic and inspiring setting in the whole of Scotland, than the one enjoyed by The Sligachan Hotel. With the Black Cuillin towering at its back and the sparkling waters of Loch Sligachan at its foot, the hotel has served mountaineers, walkers and lovers of the wild Highland scenery for nearly 180 years. Sligachans fascinating history; is described in our unique climbing and mountaineering museum within the hotel.

Much loved by subsequent generations of visitors and locals, Sligachan is still family owned and continues to provide the perfect blend of high standards and friendly informality. Drink in the magnificent views from Collies Lounge, sample a rare malt in Mackenzie’s Bar and relax beside a log fire. The Sligachan Steakhouse and Grill serves the finest produce in comfortable and welcoming surroundings.

In contrast to the peaceful retreat of the hotel, Seumas Bar is the place to enjoy the famed “Crack” of the Highlands. With an award winning selection of over 400 malt whiskies on display and a great selection of Real Ales (most of which are brewed on site at The Cuillin Brewery), the thirsty traveller is well catered for. Reasonably priced home – made bar meals are served all day, every day. Children and dogs are made welcome, and as well as indoor games, our award winning play park will keep them entertained.

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