Places to eat

*Kinloch Lodge Hotel, Isle of Skye (michelin star restaurant)“Dogs are welcome in the pub – really anywhere except the restaurants- and there is a very good walk along the old road following the lochside.” http://www.kinloch-lodge.co.uk/Dining.aspx

*Three Chimneys, Dunvegan (michelin star restaurant): http://threechimneys.co.uk/
Beth’s Cafe, Balmacara:
*”Dogs are allowed in the Bar, we have a corner booth to one side of the bar for guests with dogs. If you wish to dine please phone and let us know when you wish to eat and the booth will be reserved for you.01599 566 283.” e-mail: enquiries@balmacarahotel.co.uk
Plockton Shores Restaurant: 
The Plockton Inn:
http://plocktoninn.co.uk/* Dogs welcome without prior arrangement.
Plockton Hotel:
The Waterside Seafood Restaurant:
Buth Bheag Restaurant, Kyle:
Hectors Bothy, Kyle: 
Tingle Creek Hotel:
Hotel Eilean Iarmain, Isleornsay: Unfortunately we cannot allow dogs into any of the areas where food is served.  They are however allowed outside where we have tables for guests.  We do ask that people clean up their own dog litter as you can understand.”
Coruisk House, Elgol:
Dornie Hotel: 
http://www.dornie-hotel.co.uk/“Well behaved dogs are welcome in our bar, but not in the restaurant. The same menu is served in both areas.”
Glenelg Inn: 
“We are dog friendly but have a policy that no dogs should be allowed in during food service;
Lunch  12.30 – 2.30pm, Dinner 6.30 – 9pm
We do have a lovely garden that dogs are welcome in during food service if their owners decide to eat al fresco!”
The Jac-O-Bite Restaurant: 
Cluanie Inn: