Management team

The Kylesku management team are four exceptional hospitality professionals who oversee hotel operations, restaurant front of house, and the splendid Kylesku bar. They’re also responsible for staff training and building the strong team that makes our hotel so special. 

Interested in joining the staff? See jobs at Kylesku Hotel.

Adam, manager at Kylesku Hotel, Sutherland.

Adam

General MANAGER

Before joining the Kylesku team in 2018, Adam worked in hospitality for over 16 years. He ran his own pub before embarking on travels with his wife, Rachael, which has led him to settle here in Assynt.

Kylesku in three words

Tranquil, welcoming, rewarding.

Favourite place near Kylesku Hotel

The Milking Pail on Quinag. I can see my house from there!

Favourite free-time activity

Getting up the mountain for the amazing views, the clear-headedness that a good climb will give you, and how good a dram tastes at the top.

Insider tip

Slow down, breathe it in and enjoy the west coast pace of life.

Robin

Robin

Manager

Robin is a Canadian who joined the Kylesku Hotel staff in 2016 from a background in landscaping, sales and hospitality. He’s also a talented guitarist and enjoys organising local music nights here at Kylesku.

Kylesku in three words

Serene seaside beauty.

Favourite place near Kylesku Hotel

On top of any of the Highland mountains nearby.

Favourite free-time activity

Playing guitar and hiking up the surrounding hills.

Insider tip

Make time to get outside as often as you can.

Sophie

Sophie

MANAGER

Sophie comes from Oxfordshire and first worked at Kylesku in 2009, rejoining the management team in 2017. Married to Stuart, she has three young children, two of whom attend the local primary school in Scourie.

Kylesku in three words

One-off experience.

Favourite place near Kylesku Hotel

Oldshoremore Beach. Most beautiful beach in the world, unless the cows are roaming on it.

Favourite free-time activity

I have three children – I have no free time!

Insider tip

Chat to the locals. They can help you experience lots of interesting things and make you feel like part of the community.