In a magnificent coastal location towards the southern end of the Isle of Skye; waterside tables served from the Am Praban bar overlook the Sound of Sleat to an horizon bristling with shapely peaks. Step inside to find tartan carpets and stag antlers in the hallway, whilst elsewhere the decor is mainly cotton and linen chintzes with traditional furniture. Bar meals are served in a relaxed atmosphere, with winter log fires warming the time-honoured interior. It's the ideal place to meet with the local Gaelic speaking community; here, the island's native tongue is weaved into ballads and songs by local musicians who regularly perform here, perhaps fortified by island beers and a considered selection of malts, some very local indeed. The menu is a mix of modern dishes and traditional favourites, so, reason enough to indulge in seafood or venison classics before retiring to a sumptuous residential room, some of which have sea views.