Stein Inn

Bed & Breakfast

Room details & tariff

In its present state, the Stein Inn dates from 1790, although parts are known to predate this, making it the oldest inn on the Isle of Skye.  If only stone and mortar could speak, what spell-binding tales could be told of old clan battles and daring escapades!  The air is rich with romance in this totally unspoilt and traditional inn.  However, a happy medium has been struck between the old days and modern times, ensuring that discerning travellers are more than comfortable in the stylish and up to date en-suite bedrooms.

Available are two king sized double rooms (which can also be configured as twin bedded rooms), two standard double rooms and one single room (graded as a 3 Star Inn and accredited as a Gold standard by Green Tourism Business Scheme, a sustainable tourism certification scheme).  No two are the same and all offer stunning and uninterrupted views across Loch Bay. All rooms have en-suite facilities.  To encourage rest and relaxation and leaving the world behind you, our rooms do not have televisions and there is no mobile reception!!  We do have wi-fi, but it can be intermittent!

As a family-run establishment, the Stein Inn is only too happy to welcome families – two of the double rooms can accommodate parents with up to two children.  Please note that all rooms are non-smoking.

Policy on dogs in the Inn

We do not allow dogs in the public rooms between 6pm and 9.30pm and also at breakfast. Dogs are welcome outwith these hours if we are not too busy and at the discretion of the bar staff. Guide Dogs are welcome at all times and everywhere. Thank you for your tolerance.

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Tariffs for 2019

Our tariffs for 2019 are £60 to £130 pounds per room per night for bed and breakfast, depending on size of room,  including a full Scottish breakfast.

Full payment is required to secure the accommodation. Should you unfortunately have to cancel your booking 14 or more days beforehand then your deposit will be refunded less an administration fee of £15. Otherwise the deposit is unfortunately non-refundable.