The Marmalade Hotel on the Isle of Skye has closed to undergo refurbishments which will see the creation of an additional 23 rooms.
In addition to the new guest rooms, the extension will also include a new reception space and entrance, a redesigned lobby, a relaxation room and more parking areas.
The 11 current bedrooms feature “picturesque” views of the harbour town and the panoramic surrounding countryside. The additional rooms will be housed in a new extension, constructed over three floors, with predominantly south facing rooms with views across the bay to the Cuillins mountains range.
General manager, Graham Kelly, said: “Marmalade has always been a landmark property in the Scottish Highlands – we have many loyal guests w ho have been coming to the hotel for years. We are thrilled to be able to offer more to the guests in the next year.”