Accommodation to suit any taste & budget…
From a luxury hotels and cosy Bed and Breakfasts to comfortable bothy and exciting wild camping, there is all sorts of accommodation for those looking to stay on the island.
Bed & breakfast
Raasay Distillery started producing spirit in 2017, based around the historic Borodale House overlooking the Sound of Raasay.
Perhaps the only distillery in Scotland that provides luxury accommodation within the same building as a working distillery, offering guided tours of the distillery and ending with a whisky tasting. Three bedrooms are blessed with stunning views of the Cuillin mountains on the Isle of Skye, while the other three overlook the production yard of the distillery.
COVID 19 UPDATE
We have sadly closed our visitor centre and whisky hotel until the end of the 2020 season, and we will continue to review this decision in line with official advice.
If you still plan to travel to Raasay this year, we have now reopened our distillery shop Monday-Saturday, 10-4pm, with temporary health and safety measures in place. These include – card only payments, new distancing measures, a one-way system, hand sanitiser and face masks on arrival. Please pop in to say hello and browse our range of spirits and other gifts if you are in the area.
Raasay House is a 21 bedroom Hotel and Outdoor Activity Centre. Both the accommodation and the activity centre at Raasay House are rated 4 Star by Visit Scotland.
The hotel has a range of room styles from deluxe to dormitory, with a large selection of family rooms making it the ideal place for a family stay, you can even bring the family dog. No matter which type of room you choose, all of our guests enjoy the same high standard experience.
As you step out the hotel front door you can enjoy breath-taking views of the Cuillin mountains of Skye. The hotel is an ideal base for walking, cycling and wildlife photography. Bike hire and outdoor activities such as kayaking, coasteering, archery and boat trips available on site. The bar and restaurant showcase the best in local produce as well as specialty Scottish drinks. You will not find such a diverse range of high-quality accommodation, a great selection of fun things to do or a warmer welcome anywhere else in the Raasay and Skye area.
COVID 19 UPDATE
Raasay House is open for stays from the 1st of May (subject to Scottish Government regulations)
Raasay Gallery is open by appointment.
The B & B will not open this season.
Christa and Gordon will strictly follow government guidelines, such as provision of hand sanitiser, wearing gloves when browsing, expect face coverings, etc. Raasay Gallery is large enough to adhere to social distancing.
Raasay Gallery showcases the oil paintings of gallery owner Gordon J Cheape (landscapes, portraits, abstracts and still lifes), as well as artwork by local artist Judy Evans, scarfs made by local weaver Lillian MacLeod, as well as pottery, greeting cards and posters.
Available for rent as from 18th July. Please see website for availability.
A risk assessment has been carried out and new cleaning protocols put in place. Bookings will not be back to back to allow for more time to clean the property in between guests. lf any bookings need to be cancelled because there is a second spike, all money will be refunded in full.
The Old Manse is a large family house which sleeps 12 and has its own secluded garden and tennis court.
Allt Arias Will be opening again from the 1st September 2020.
Allt Arias has provided key worker accomodation during the pandemic and on reopening to general bookings in September guests will be expected to adhere to current government guidelines including registration information for contact tracking. Scottish B&B guidelines will maintained to mitigate risk.
Allt Arias provides quality, highland hospitality within their B&B
Oystercatcher House B&B
Oystercater House B&B
Isle of Raasay
Oystercatcher House is not opening during 2020.