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TITLE
Ardvasar Hotel, Skye
EXTERNAL ID
HC_PLANNING_03_051_0245
PLACENAME
Ardvasar
DISTRICT
Skye
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Sleat
PERIOD
1970s
CREATOR
T. Kenneth MacKenzie
SOURCE
Highland Council Planning Dept.
ASSET ID
14666
KEYWORDS
hotels
inns
Ardvasar Hotel, Skye

Building work is underway at the Ardvasar Hotel in the south of Skye. The Hotel was built in the early 18th century as an inn and is one of the oldest in this area. Sleat is often described as the "garden of Skye" due to the wide variety of trees and shrubs which grow there, and it certainly has a different feel to the landscape further north on the island. The village of Ardvasar lies on the south eastern coast of the island. The pier at Armadale is a short distance to the north.

The ferry crossing between Armadale and Mallaig remains a busy route for those still wishing to go "over the sea to Skye", as well as for those from the south of Skye travelling to the mainland.

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Ardvasar Hotel, Skye

INVERNESS: Sleat

1970s

hotels; inns

Highland Council Planning Dept.

The Highland Council Planning Dept

Building work is underway at the Ardvasar Hotel in the south of Skye. The Hotel was built in the early 18th century as an inn and is one of the oldest in this area. Sleat is often described as the "garden of Skye" due to the wide variety of trees and shrubs which grow there, and it certainly has a different feel to the landscape further north on the island. The village of Ardvasar lies on the south eastern coast of the island. The pier at Armadale is a short distance to the north. <br /> <br /> The ferry crossing between Armadale and Mallaig remains a busy route for those still wishing to go "over the sea to Skye", as well as for those from the south of Skye travelling to the mainland.