A sample menu can be viewed here.
Roskhill House serves a 100% vegetarian and plant-based breakfast menu. We are excited to be working with some of Skye's (and Scotland's) finest suppliers and look forward to sharing our passion for local and healthier produce with you.
Start your morning with juices, fruit salad and yogurts, before enjoying "The halesome parritch, chief o' Scotia's food" (porridge, as celebrated by Robert Burns).
Every day we'll offer oats and grains - perhaps enjoy one that that is full of superfood goodness, one which is pure grown-up fruity indulgence or one which is simply delicious.
Follow this with with poached eggs or carrot lox or Scottish vegetarian cheeses and a selection of oatcakes and crackers. A savoury tart or crustless quiche is likely to feature too.
To finish, home-baked cinnamon buns, cakes, seeded banana bread, muffins, sourdough toast, honey and jams await, with great coffee from Birch in Portree and tea from Shibui in Edinburgh in abundance, too.
Gluten-free items and alternatives are available.
We don't serve dinner at Roskhill. We strongly recommend that you book in advance for local restaurants - as they tend to be very popular. Check our eating out page for recommendations. There are a few good takeaway options locally - feel free to use the dining room or outside table to enjoy these.
We have a small snack selection in the snug including noodles, crisps and sweet treats for those seeking a late night snack.
Roskhill House is now fully licenced, enabling us to open the "honesty snug" - a bar with a range of local drinks and snacks to be enjoyed on the premises (and perhaps even at the table outside). We'll set up a "tab" in the snug for you - with bills to be settled on departure. For those not sampling from the collection of whisky, soft drinks and low/no alcoholic beers from Dry Drinker are available.
In your Room
Each room has a small refrigerator which is stocked with oat milk and cow's milk. High-quality teas and freshly ground coffee feature alongside a small range of Scottish sweet treats, too.