Scottish hotel Duisdale House, located on the picturesque Isle of Skye, has unveiled its brand new rooms as part of a £600,000 investment package.
The boutique hotel has revealed its three new lodges, which were built earlier this year and have been designed to take full advantage of views over the water and gardens at the property.
The lodges all feature a king size bed with 600 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, a feature bath, a rainfall shower, a flame effect fireplace, dimmable lights and an integrated music system.
Facilities also include a separate room with shower facility for yachters only.
The hotel’s new Master Suite, its most premium room, comes complete with its own private terrace and a light-filled conservatory, plus a cosy lounge which features a 55-inch TV.
Guests staying in the Master Suite can also make the most of high-end amenities such as an espresso machine, waffle robes and slippers and luxury toiletries.
Another addition to the range of guest bedrooms, the Sea View Suite, offers up enviable views over the Sound to the Knoydart wilderness.
The hotel hopes to attract sailors by waiving its mooring fee for crews who book a meal or overnight stay.
Duisdale House comprises 20 guest bedrooms, as well as five sheltered and well maintained yacht moorings in the bay in front of the hotel.
The hotel offers six types of accommodation for guests: a Standard Room, Deluxe Room, Suite, Cottage, Lodge and Master Suite.
Duisdale House is also dog-friendly.
The property, which overlooks the Sound of Sleat, was named Island Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards in 2019.
Duisdale is one of three Skye hotels in the Sonas Collection owned by Anne Gracie Gunn, an experienced coastal skipper. The other two properties are Skeabost House and Toravaig House.