Borodale House, a beautiful Victorian villa, is incorporated within the distillery and has been beautifully restored into our luxury accommodation, executive lounge and visitor centre. It offers 1 exclusive accessable well appointed en-suite kingsized bedroom.
Designed for relaxation and comfort, our room features a flat-screen Freeview TV, Nespresso tea & coffee machine, feather pillows and duvets with The White Company linen.
The room also features a private en-suite facility with shower, fluffy towels and luxurious toiletries sourced from Scottish Fine Soaps Company.
The hotel has arguably the best view from any distillery in Scotland.
There is level access from the main entrance to:An area in the distillery visitors centre that accessible guests may check into the accommodation. It has a lowered section for wheelchair users.Bedroom: Queen Room with Disability Access (Room 6)Executive residents loungePublic toilet behind the reception in the visitors centreGathering Room - Breakfast only
Level access bedrooms
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
Heading towards Portee on the Isle of Skye there is the ferry terminal to Raasay at Sconser. Pull into the waiting bays in readiness for the next ferry. There is no need to book and you can buy your tickets on the boat. The crossing over to Raasay is just 25 minutes.
Travel by taxi
We can collect passengers from the ferry using the distilleries landrover. It is not equiped with wheelchair access. However if you wish to bring your car over to Raaay to visit the distillery there is accessible parking oposite the front entrance. There is always someone at reception to assisit visitors.
Accessible parking is opposite the front entrance to the distillery visitor centre and very close to the front door of the accomodation, therefore there is no call to transport visitors from the car parking to the main entrance.
Path to main entrance
There is a large panel door at the main entrance which is 980 mm wide. alternatively you can access the accomodation through from the visitor centre. If neccessary the door opens to double width.
Getting around inside
An area in the distillery visitors centre that accessible guests may check into the accommodation. It has a lowered section for wheelchair users.
To check into the accomodation please use the front entrance into the visitor centre. There is a lowered section at the reception desk for wheelchair users. There is always a member of the team on reception to assist.
Accessible bedroom Queen Room with Disability Access (Room 6)
Part of the walls are tiled in a dark taupe colour and the walls are painted white giving a high contrast
Executive residents lounge
There is seating and a bar within the residents lounge.
Public toilet behind the reception in the visitors centre
Flip top stainless steel bin is available to use from a seated posiition
Place to eat and drink
Gathering Room - Breakfast only
The dining area (The Gathering Room) is used for breakfast service only. There is a self service buffet available, all at table height with unobstruded access arround the table and surrounding area. There are team members available to take orders of tea/coffee and toast. They are also on hand to help any guest requirng assistance. Full allegen list of breakfast items is available on request.
Getting around outside
Customer care support
We have a suitable 13 amp plug socket in the reception area of the distillery Visitor centre. We also have an outside plug socket that can be accessed on the level, suitable for charging either a mobility scooter or a battery powered wheelchair.
Emergency evacuation procedures
If any alarm is activated a member of the team will be able to assist with safe evacuation.
Customer care support
For guests staying in the accomodation there is a duty phone number that a guest can call to speak to a member of the team.