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Broadford Hotel
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

The hotel is nice but the management do not understand the need these days for good wifi. The bar, for example, has had very slow and very unreliable wifi connections all week (the last week in June 2014). The staff there just roll their eyes when asked about the wifi and no one in the management team is either taking this issue seriously enough to do something about it or do not understand that there is a problem for customers. In this day and age, and in a 4 star hotel, this is unacceptable.

Room Tip: Use the cafe next to the Post Office. It is fast and reliable. Don't waste your time in the bar if you need a good wifi signal.
Stayed: June 2014, travelled solo
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Reviewed 19 June 2014

This is a four star hotel with some inspiring views. The staff I spoke with were very pleasant and eager to please. I didn't eat in the hotel (except for breakfast) but there is a bar attached to the hotel and your steak will be cooked EXACTLY as you ask. An all round excellent stay.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled solo
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2  Thank Dave S
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Reviewed 15 June 2014

The setting is delightful, the rooms are large and the meals were tasty. But, not turning on the hot water until 6 AM and the time needed to actually get hot water for a shower was a real throw-back. A problem if you have to be up and get on the road and catch a ferry. The house keeper had left no soap in the room - had to call for that. The proper hotel bar was not open until 5 or six in the evening forcing one to go next door if you wanted a drink prior to that. Probably something a bit strange to point out was that the rooms have a place where on it to put boots. But, the carpets are nearly white. Not really practical.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank MarylandBeemer
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Reviewed 14 June 2014

The Broadford Hotel
Broadford is an ideal centre for visiting Skye: a) a few minutes’ drive from the Bridge b) within an hour of ferries south or north, c) within an hour of the main visitor destinations: Portree, Dunvegan, Elgol (boat trips).
This four-star hotel too is well placed, side on to the beautiful bay, next to a river and in the middle of the village.
Despite its 1611 origins, the Broadford is Scottish modern in style, last extended 70s? 80s? with décor in public areas determinedly dark and tweedy; rooms brighter: oatmeal paint and natural wood. Our room (27) had a lovely view, a comfortable bed, an en suite that 95% worked, and plenty of space.
The hotel has gone through, we gather, a somewhat painful ownership change this year but doesn’t seem to have been knocked too much off its stride. Our evening meals were good, the menu varied at any one sitting, but lacking in ‘specials’ for longer stayers. We saw a local fisherman bearing his catch into the kitchen still in his yellow boots, which must say something. The breakfasts were definitely above average.
The staff couldn’t have been more friendly and helpful.
The bar, incidentally, is separately entered and a haven for the locals (who are very friendly if treated right). Sports dominates the three screens. The food to be had there is of hotel standard and a little cheaper.

Room Tip: Our room (27) was one of the few with a sea view It had a big bed, en suite and lots of space plus the capacity for a pull-out bed in the small adjoining sitting room (which wasn't much use as a sitting room)
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank JohnMcDevon
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Reviewed 12 June 2014

This hotel is a great example of Scottish hospitality! I arrived with my family and a large Doberman! The bedrooms were first class.The facilities were more than I expected. Our bedroom was more like a suite! The staff and the manager were professional and extremely courteous. I cannot fault anything in the hotel. We ate in the bar and I have to say this was excellent. Gail the chef was lovely. Our Scottish Breakfast was 10 out of 10 plus it was served with a smile and a bit of friendly chat. The view from the dining room looks out over the sea. On leaving we booked for the weekend commencing 13th June with family who are coming from Australia. The staff and manager were first class. Thanks for the Drambuie! I rate this experience as excellent!

Room Tip: We had a room which was more like a suite. Think it was room 32 or 34! Overlooked the front of the building.
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with family
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