The Stein Inn is under new ownership and I look forward to meeting them. It is currently closed and this review will be updated when we have news of their re-opening. I leave this marker in anticipation of great food to come!
The oldest inn on Skye dating from 1790. The Stein Inn is steeped in character and an excellent place from which to check out the local walks, mountains, birdlife, whiskies and brews – a cheery couthie place to dine and stay. Idyllic setting by the shore with stunning waterfront views of the bay.
To find this magical place, turn off down the awesome scenic route to Waternish. Suppers are informal and beautifully cooked – we enjoyed local seafood, steak and sticky toffee puddings, beside the glowing flames of the log stove. Local beers; malts and produce from land; superb freshly landed seafood and friendly hosts will make your visit memorable for all the right reasons. After a peaceful night we tucked into a fine breakfast including venison sausages and Scottish cheeses. There was also Golspie Mill porridge and Mallaig peat smoked kippers alongside a great choice of meats from their butcher.