The Bosville is contained within a trio of 19th-century cottages that have been lovingly restored and converted. Switch off from the daily grind and coorie up in one of our 20 relaxed rooms.
Our refined but cosy accomodation is situated right in the centre of Portree, opposite the harbour with some of the best views in town. Downstairs we have our lively award-winning Dulse & Brose restaurant and Merchant Bar filled with residents and non-residents alike. Enjoy cracking combinations of Scottish produce fresh from its natural larder for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Each of our rooms offers a simplistic yet stylish design with a nod to Scottish tradition mixing contemporary neutrals with Isle of Skye Weavers cushions and throws in the colours of autumn woods – soft silver mouse browns and russet. Coombed ceilings, wide tongue and groove paneling, locally made Lenz ceramics and shelves of hardback books and antique bottles lend charm, while classy black and white photos of brooding hills and heather add atmosphere. Enjoy 300 thread count 100% cotton sheets, fluffy white towels, rainfall showers Scottish Handmade toiletries.
Luxury Bedding with 100% Cotton Sheets
Coffee & Tea Making Facilities
Breakfast, lunch and dinner were served in our stylish and family-friendly Dulse and Brose restaurant. Named in honour of the source of its ingredients, our Dulse & Brose restaurant takes pride in its seasonal menu, featuring superb combinations of Scottish produce fresh from its natural larder. We were pioneering locally sourced produce well before it became a fashion and that is what we continue to do today. You will find something for everyone on our menu, cooked with love. Michelin Guide Recommended and recipient of the 2019 Good Food Award, Taste Our Best Award, Scottish Hotel Award and 2 Rosettes for Culinary Excellence.
On the west wing of the property, the Merchant Bar provides the prefect place place to sit and converse with a tea or coffee during the day. In our Merchant Bar, you’ll find one of the island’s finest selections of Scottish gins and, of course, single malts to keep your spirits up late into the evening. Among Portree’s busiest bars, it fills up fast on the weekends. The award-winning Isle of Skye Brewery showcases three of their finest ales on tap alongside the much-raved about – also award winning – Thistly Cross farmhouse Cider.
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