The Edinbane Inn

Accommodation, Hotels in Edinbane

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The Edinbane Inn



This lovely Inn is situated in the quiet village of Edinbane, nestled between Portree and Dunvegan. The owners at Edinbane Inn have truly embodied the cosy, quiet culture of the Isle of Skye. There are six modern rooms on offer, all en-suite and equipped with all necessary facilities. The restaurant has been praised for their simple, tasty Scottish food and a variety of thirst-quenching craft beer, and you don’t want to miss their traditional live music sessions on Tuesday Evenings and Sundays afternoons. The authentic atmosphere at Edinbane Inn really and truly aligns with their philosophy of keeping things simple and cosy. It is reflected through the effort and passion that has gone into running this local business, and makes it a wonderful place to enjoy delicious food, excellent service, and homely accommodation.

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Contact Us

Edinbane, Isle of Skye , IV51 9PW

01470 582 414

[email protected]




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