Whether you’ve planned a day on the sofa or up a mountain, a hearty start will set you up properly. Begin with local yoghurt and home stewed fruits or a warming bowl of oatmeal porridge, which we infuse with cinnamon and nutmeg. Our Kinloch Grill includes a full Scottish cooked breakfast or choose hot smoked salmon kedgeree and local kippers with lemon and parsley butter.
For lunch we serve a small soup, a choice of two starters, two mains and two desserts in the dining room followed by coffee and fudge in the drawing rooms. We also have a lighter bar menu of soup and home made sandwiches. And if you’re off on a hike, we’ll happily make up a picnic for you to keep you going.
A three-course lunch is £40. A four-course lunch is £45. Please note, to secure a lunch reservation non-residents will be required to provide their credit card details. Cancellation with less than 24 hours notice or non-appearance, will incur a fee of £50pp.
Our traditional highland teas are popular with guests and Skye friends and families alike. Served in the drawing rooms, we bring you a tiered stand laden with freshly prepared sandwiches, home-baked scones, homemade jams, cakes and patisseries. Add to the celebration with a glass (or bottle...) of something fun.
Afternoon tea is £24 per person, £29 with a glass of fizz
Our five course dinner menu is a beautifully balanced meal showcasing the very best of our local ingredients. The Highlands and Islands are home to some of the world’s finest suppliers of meat and game, fish and shellfish, vegetables and herbs. Marcello and his team bring them to life with skill, respect and imagination in equal parts. Each dish is a careful interplay of taste and texture; together they make for a delicious and delightful dinner.
Our dinner menu is £80 per person for five courses, including canapés before and coffee, petit fours and vanilla fudge after. Please note, to secure a dinner reservation non-residents will be required to provide their credit card details. Cancellation with less than 24 hours notice or non-appearance, will incur a fee of £50pp.
For the first time, from October 21st and throughout winter, we'll be serving a classic roast lunch of traditional favourites, followed by a whisky tasting in Kinloch’s cosy Talisker bar. This brand-new offering is a wonderful way to spend a wintery afternoon. While Marcello Tully’s food is bound to be first-class, Sunday’s at Kinloch will be about more than just the food. Guests are invited to arrive early and work up an appetite with a walk around the garden, or through the forest and over Kinloch hill where the views across the Sound of Sleat are truly magnificent. And there’s no need to hurry-off after lunch, you’ll be encouraged to relax, perhaps with the Sunday papers, in front of a roaring open fire in one of three charming drawing rooms each furnished with historic paintings and family antiques.
Our commitment to providing delicious, exciting food is matched by a similar dedication to our wine list. We have an extensive range of familiar favourites and good vintages together with more surprising and unusual choices. We offer wine flights to accompany our dinner and tasting menus, tailored each day to suitably match the different ingredients and flavours.