Because I live on Skye, I don't have a lot of experience of the island's accommodation options. There are other websites, such as Tripadvisor, Airbnb and Visit Scotland where you can read reviews and opinions. All I have done here is to give some guidance on what to look for, based on my general knowledge of the options available on Skye.
The Isle of Skye is hugely busy every summer. There are times when visitors end up sleeping on the floors of village halls because there are no beds available on the island. So do try to get your place to stay organised in good time!
Skye had a pretty good choice of hotel accommodation, from top end luxury to basic and traditional inns. Some of the best are:
In the north-east of the island
The Cuillin Hills Hotel (Portree)
The Bosville (Portree)
Flodigarry Hotel (Staffin)
In the north-west
The House Over-By (The rooms of the Three Chimneys Restaurant in Colbost)
Beyond the lochs of the blood of the children of men, beyond the frailty of the plain and the labour of the mountain, beyond poverty, consumption, fever, agony, beyond hardship, wrong, tyranny, distress, beyond misery, despair, hatred, treachery, beyond guilt and defilement; watchful, heroic, the Cuillin is seen rising on the other side of sorrow.