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Centrally situated in NW Skye midway between Portree and Dunvegan so offers easy access to all popular walks and climbs, our apartments are the ideal location to take off your boots and relax and wriggle your toes. Ease your muscles in the Jacuzzi and relax by the fireside and enjoy sunset seaviews over the croft to the shore and outer isles beyond, or pop to Edinbane Inn for some music and craic. Add a touch of romance with canopy beds, flowers and candles. Very affordable. Book Online. Sleeps 2 & 4, Location 57.494514, -6.421552.
Ardrannach is situated just a few minutes drive from the pretty town of Portree on the island 's east coast. The property is situated in a quiet spot with stunning views across the surrounding hills and countryside. The property is spacious inside and is all on the one level. Facilities include a large lounge with comfortable sofas and a real fire, ideal for burning the locally sourced peat which is supplied. In addition a well equipped kitchen with separate dining area and three bedrooms, a double, a twin, and a single.
Detached cottage set in a large garden on the beautiful peaceful Ullinish peninsula, with panoramic views over Loch Harport to sea cliffs and to the Cuillin Mountains. Ideally positioned to take advantage of all of Skye 's amazing landscapes, history and culture and for all outdoor activities including walking, climbing, cycling and kayaking. Recently refurbished, you will find a comfortable well-equipped base to return to after your day 's activities, and a perfect setting for relaxing while watching the light changing over the sea and mountains.
Glas Bheinn Cottage is a 19th century stone-built cottage situated in the picturesque crofting village of Luib, with the Red Cuillin mountains right at your back door. A great central location for exploring Skye, just 15 miles from the bridge. Beautifully refurbished with a combination of beautiful woodwork and exposed stone, the cottage sleeps 4 with one double & one twin bedroom. The open plan living, dining & kitchen area is heated with a wood burning stove for a cosy traditional feel. Views are out to Loch Ainort, the Red Cuillin Mountains, Isle of Raasay and the sheep on the croft.
Secluded traditional cottage set in the crofting township of Drumuie, only minutes from Portree. Lots of wildlife to see as well as the wee lambs and calves on the crofts. Cosy with open fire, all linen & towels provided.
Corriegorm Beag is an apartment with its own entrance, only a few minutes walk from the shops, post office, garage, bank and other amenities in Broadford village. Located in a peaceful spot with lovely views over fields to the hills, it has a large sitting room with wood burning stove for those cosy evenings, one bedroom, extremely well equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower, Freesat TV and reserved car parking area.
Broadford is eight miles from the Skye Bridge, and a half hour drive from the larger town of Portree. There are several restaurants, craft shops, and visitor attractions around Broadford as well as the magnificent sea and mountain scenery.
Aird Cottage is a traditional croft house located near the most northerly point on Skye 's Trotternish Peninsula. Totally refurbished in 2009 with a sun lounge added for you to relax and enjoy the spectacular views across Kilmaluag Bay, and to the Scottish mainland. The cottage is fully equipped to make the most of your stay and although in a tranquil spot, is within easy access of Uig, Staffin, and the island 's capital, Portree, and all areas of interest you may wish to visit.
A beautiful traditional croft house recently refurbished to a very high standard set in a stunning location with great views and within easy walking of sandy beaches. The house sleeps 2 - 6 in tastefully furnished rooms. Taigh Mairi has a modern bathroom with jacuzzi, a handcrafted kitchen with all appliances and a comfortable lounge with stove (all fuel supplied) and a unique collection of climbing books and maps. Lovely child-friendly garden with sea views. Sailing boats and fishing gear can be borrowed, or just relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The house is only 5 miles from Portree and is the perfect place for touring the island.
In an elevated, secluded setting with views across the Sound of Sleat to the mountains of the Knoydart Peninsula, this detached house makes a lovely base for exploring Skye and the Western Highlands. Equipped and furnished to a very good standard to ensure as enjoyable a holiday as possible. Located on the Sleat Peninsula, there are scenic walks
The Hirsel is a cosy, well-equipped home located in the village of Ord on the shores of Loch Eishort in South Skye. Offering stunning views across the loch towards Blaven and the Cuillin hills, you can be as energetic or relaxed as the mood takes you. Bring your kayak and explore the shoreline or search for shells on the sandy beach. Wildlife abounds with resident otters, seals, eagles, red deer and sometimes an unexpected visit from dolphins, basking sharks or whales. Stunning sunsets and dramatic skies all add to the mix of a truly memorable stay - you 'll be very welcome!
A beautifully renovated croft house in the small hamlet of Bernisdale approximately 7 miles from Portree, the main village on Skye, with wonderful views of the Cuillin Mountains from the kitchen. Enjoying ferry trips to the Outer Hebrides, boat trips to see the seals or the Cuillin Mountains. Good restaurants and craft shops as well as castles to visit.
The view from Cruard Cottage on the Sleat peninsula is stunning looking over to Knoydart and the mainland of Scotland. The ever changing light sequences are breathtaking. The beautifully refurbished cottage sits right on the shore of Camus Cross Bay and a short walk takes you to the local Eilean Iarmain hotel which has great food and a lively bar.
The Skye White House is a beautiful newly renovated two-bedroom self-catering cottage. Located in Sleat, the cottage enjoys breathtaking views across Knock Castle and the Sound of Sleat. The cottage is conveniently located being only a 20 minute drive from the Skye Bridge. Inverness is only a 2 hour drive, with London 5 hours door to door, ask us how. Sleeping 4 (one double and one twin bedroom), the cottage is beautifully furnished throughout, using a Scandinavian-inspired selection of natural materials including solid oak, soft wool blankets, plus two wood-burners.
Situated in the crofting community of Colbost in NW Skye, Kinnemond Cottage guest wing has superb panoramic views along Loch Dunvegan, to the Cuillin mountain range, to the Isle of Harris and also across the loch to Dunvegan castle and beyond.
The guest wing is self-contained, has two ensuite bedrooms, a cosy, comfortable living room with open fireplace in addition to the central heating, TV room with Freeview and DVD. Perfectly situated for exploring the Isle of Skye and within walking distance of the Three Chimneys restaurant.
Trien Lodge is a spacious, detached and well-equipped holiday house, furnished to a very good standard to ensure a great holiday experience. Located in the coastal village of Carbost on the Minginish Peninsula, with stunning views over Loch Harport and the Cullin, Trien Lodge is a short walk into the village where you have a shop/post office, Talisker distillery, Skye’s only distillery, and an inn which serves food all day and has regular live music. The walking is superb for all levels – Talisker Bay, Glenbrittle Beach, Fairy Pools and the Cullin for the experienced climbers and so much more.
A cosy detached bothy for two with woodburning stove, situated at the base of the famous Quiraing and a 10 minute walk to Staffin Bay. Pet friendly.
Set in the crofting town of Staffin, nestled beneath the dramatic landscape of the Trotternish Ridge, this ground floor holiday apartment is part of Staffin House Apartments, a sympathetically converted house. Ben Edra, the Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock and Lealt Falls are within easy reach. Whitewave Activity Centre is a short drive. Visit the Museum of Island Life or Flora Macdonald’s Monument at Kilmuir. Portree, the island’s capital, is only a 20-minute drive ...
This 18th century cottage sits on the shore of Loch na Cairidh in the hamlet of Dunan. From its spectacular setting it overlooks the Isle of Scalpay with views of Raasay and Ben Tianavaig to the north. Its secluded position makes it ideal for wildlife watching. Otters, seals, dolphins and sea eagles have all been seen from the house. Shops, restaurants and medical facilities are 5 miles away in Broadford. Portree, the capital of Skye, is a 20 mile drive to the north, passing by the magnificent Cuillin Mountains.
Number 12 is a large 4 bedroom and 4 bathroom self catering 'holiday let' house centrally located in the Island's capital, Portree. The house is situated in a small crescent of similar houses off the main road. Number 12 is a short walk to the village centre (5 minutes) and is the pefect base from which to explore the Island. Off-street parking for up to 4 cars is available on the large block-paved driveway.
Monkstadt has played a romantic role in Highland history. Originally the seat of Clan Macdonald in 1730 when they abandoned Duntulm Castle, it is reputed to have been the first slated house on Skye, and was described by James Boswell in 1773 as a ‘considerable building’.
Rhundunan is in the small settlement of Colbost in the north west of the island. The recently completed property blends with the crofting architecture of the area, whilst the interior has a modern contemporary finish.
A large double height vaulted ceiling with balcony area in the lounge and large cathedral style windows is complemented by a well equipped kitchen, king-size master bedroom with en-suite, two additional bedrooms, family bathroom and utility room. Furnished to a very high standard, it has onderful views and is close to the Three Chimneys Restaurant.
The house was once the Post Office in Earlish. Now after being fully refurbished, it forms a beautiful self catering apartment which sleeps two. This cosy retreat has a very comfortable sitting area with satellite TV, just the place to relax after a busy day touring the island seeing the sights. The kitchen is modern and well equipped, there is a charming double bedroom with sea views and shower room.
Situated on the dramatic Trotternish peninsular, Earlish is a great location for fishing, mountaineering, walking, horse riding, touring the island or finding a local ceilidh. Near to the ferry terminal at Uig for trips to the Outer Hebrides.
Aisling Cottage is a charming, traditional croft house, upgraded and well-equipped, in a peaceful crofting township near Broadford. Easily accessible from the mainland, it's well placed for exploring the island and is ideal for walkers. A sandy beach and fossil beds just a few minutes away, the mountains close by too. Otters, seals, golden and sea eagles - even whales if you take a boat trip!
Centrally heated throughout, Aisling sleeps up to four people. However, it's a romantic, peaceful retreat for two. The nearest bar is just a few minutes' stroll and several seafood restaurants and shops are not much further. Wireless broadband is available throughout the cottage.
Romantic hideaway. This charming thatched roofed croft holiday home is an original Skye ’Black House’ which has been sympathetically and thoughtfully renovated. It is bright and welcoming and nestles in this popular part of the island where the scenery and the sea views to the Hebrides are unsurpassed. Local places of interest are Dunvegan Castle, Flora MacDonald’s grave, a local outdoor activity centre which organises archery, canoeing, walking, cycling...
In a tranquil elevated position overlooking Loch Dunvegan with the Cuillin Hills as a backdrop, this detached holiday cottage is in a small hamlet on the coast to the north west of the Isle of Skye. It has been converted to retain character, with beams and an original stone fireplace, yet with stylish mod-cons and has been given a 3 star grading by Visit Scotland. Situated 3 miles from the award winning Three Chimneys restaurant. Visit historic Dunvegan Castle (9 miles) and Portree (22 miles).
Half-seventeen is one of the oldest houses in Aird, a small, scattered community near Armadale on the Sleat peninsula. The three mile drive from the ferry terminal to the cottage is one of the most scenic on the island, with far reaching views which take in The Sound of Sleat, the Island of Eigg and the beautiful mountains of Knoydart.
Wildlife abounds in the area - deer, otters and numerous species of birds, including golden eagles, dolphins, whales and basking sharks. The traditional style crofthouse has many original features, well equipped kitchen, modern bathroom, two bedrooms and a cosy lounge with wood burning stove.
Rowan Cottage is a delightful semi-detached cottage set in a large garden located just 2 minutes walk from the centre of Portree village. There are lovely views of the hills around this peaceful cottage and spectacular views across Portree Bay just 50 m away.
Rowan Cottage is an ideal base for touring the island. Equally it is well suited to a restful break lazing in the sunny garden and benefitting from the proximity to Portree 's shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities.
Marishader Cottage is a delightful, three star, traditional, stone built croft house situated in its own enclosed garden within the small crofting township of Marishader in the stunning Trotternish peninsula. The Quiraing and Old Man of Storr are near by for those who like walking in stunning scenery, whilst the Columba 1400 centre and Staffin Beach are close by as well.
Traditional Highland Lodge, five bedrooms, walled garden, private drive, open fire, free WiFi. Sea views to Western Isles. Secluded, yet 5 min walk to local shop, licensed cafe (in season). Very affordable, relaxed accommodation adjoining some of Scotland's core wild land, with famous cliff-walks, MacLeod's Tables, Neist Point lighthouse, and great sea-eagle and whale watching opportunities. Short-breaks, long-stays and small party discounts available. Sleeps 12+, available all year.
Woodburn Cottage, is situated in Waternish amidst some of the most beautiful and unspoilt scenery on the Isle of Skye. The cottage sleeps up to four people with one double room and one twin room. All fuel and electricity is included in the price and there is free internet access available in the property.
With the famous Cuillin Mountains as a backdrop, this beautiful holiday property stands in a superb elevated position with magnificent views across the sea to the Isle of Raasay. Presented to a high standard throughout, it adjoins the owner’s home and shares use of a delightful garden. Centrally located, day trips can be enjoyed to all areas of Skye, the Outer Hebrides, Applecross, Fort William and Inverness.
Meadle self catering cottages are situated in a peaceful location between the villages of Carbost and Struan overlooking Loch Harport. Being 8 miles from Sligachan, and a similarly short distance from Glenbrittle, Meadle is an ideal base for walking and climbing.
Meadle offers panoramic views of the Cuillins for those who simply wish to enjoy the scenery and wildlife, as well as access to the beautiful Minginish peninsula and Loch Bracadale. Close to local tourist attractions including Talisker Distillery, Dunvegan Castle and Coral Beach.
Converted boathouse in beautiful shoreside location with its own little harbour and stunning sea views. Built in the late 18th century with thick walls of local stone, it was converted about 1972 by the singer Donovan. Now this spacious house combines modern comfort with real character. Furniture, fabrics and paintings have all been chosen carefully to reflect this character, and there is an antique four-poster bed and open fire. Seals, otters, dolphins and eagles have all been seen from the windows. Short walk to the picturesque village of Stein with pub and seafood restaurant. Broadband Internet access available.
Taigh-Na-Croit (house on the croft), is situated in the friendly crofting community of Marishadder, and is the perfect all seasons self-catering holiday accommodation for peace-searching people who love the wilderness. Taigh-Na-Croit is a beautiful new bright and spacious, fully fitted, modern detached single storey cottage, enjoying wonderful open views across the countryside towards the spectacular Trotternish Ridge. Trotternish Ridge boasts splendid rock formations such as the Old Man of Storr, the beautiful Quiraing and the impressive Kilt Rock. Museums, castles and sites of historical interest, as well as nature trails and gardens are some of the many attractions of the Island.
Built in the mid 1800s this splendid little church has been restored and furnished to a good standard. It has spiral stairs leading to a galleried area which overlooks the living room and off to a small snug bedroom which fits neatly into the attic. The property which is attached to the owners home is set in a garden with a stone bridge over the stream. A perfect central base for a holiday touring the Islands of Skye, Raasay and the Western Isles.
Built in the mid 1800 's, Osdale Farmhouse has been completely restored to modern standards whilst retaining it 's original character. The open plan living area benefits from underfloor heating and a cosy woodburning stove, fully equipped kitchen, there is also a family bathroom, separate utility, toilet, boot changing area, two characterful bedrooms and private garden with fabulous views. Great for walking, wildlife watching, dogs, and touring the island.
80m away is Osdale Byre which can be booked together for larger groups who still want their own privacy. The perfect luxury holiday accommodation away from the rat race.
The Timber House, a self catering property with a difference. An eco-friendly house, larch clad and built to blend into the landscape of this beautiful environment, offers all the qualities of modern living. The house is warm and airy, the large windows give you the most fantastic views. You certainly would not want to miss out on views like these, on a clear day you can see Skye's most majestic peaks, the Cullins.
Sleeping 4, is detached and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a utility room and a large open plan ground floor with interconnecting kitchen, dining and living room areas with a wood-burning stove. The Timber House is only a few minutes walk from the famous 'Three Chimneys' restaurant.
Nestling against the side of a small hillock, this holiday property with grass roof enjoys a secluded setting, coupled with panoramic views across open countryside towards the waters of Staffin Bay. Seascape makes the perfect base for exploring the many wonders of the Isle of Skye and the west coast.
Green Pastures is a wonderfully cosy self-catering croft cottage at Gillen, Waternish, on the Isle of Skye. It has stunning views over the sea to Trotternish and the Outer Hebrides. The cottage sleeps four in two bedrooms; one a king size double, the other a twin. There is a large lounge with wood burning stove, a brand new fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, and a newly fitted bathroom with large rainshower over the bath. The cottage has oil fired central heating plus under floor heating. There is a safe garden with seating as well as 6 acres of croft land.
The Longhouse at Tokavaig is a stunning architect-designed home with one of the finest views on the whole of Skye.
Set in native woodland on the west coast of the Sleat Peninsula, known as the Garden of Skye for its flora and fauna, the Longhouse is a place to escape to and relax in isolation, or bring your family and friends and entertain.
Taigh an Tobair (House by the Well) is a newly refurbished single storey house, situated in the pretty village of Colbost, about five miles out of Dunvegan, with uninterrupted views out to sea and the islands and within easy walking distance of the world famous Three Chimneys Restaurant. An ideal choice for a romantic break for two or for a honeymoon, but can sleep up to five persons in three bedrooms.
The perfect home from home on the Isle of Skye, Taigh an Tobair is comfortable, beautifully furnished with a well equipped kitchen and is an ideal base from which to explore the rest of the island.
At the beginning of Waternish, high on a hillside, on a traditional croft surrounded by rare Hebridean sheep, La Bergerie has breathtaking panoramic views and is within walking distance of Stein. This unique and luxurious purpose-built cottage, blending tradition with modern comforts, provides a stylish retreat for a truly relaxing and memorable holiday. A perfect base to tour the island or relax and enjoy the stunning sea views from the house and garden. Cyclists and walkers welcome, lockable storage for bicycles etc.
Whether you dream of days of outdoor pursuits or a cosy winter break, La Bergerie will exceed your expectations.
Centrally located for exploring the wonders of the Isle of Skye, an indulgent and luxurious Lodge set on the quiet lower wooded slopes of Beinn Chracaig at Scorrybreac; a 10 minute walk from the Centre of Portree. Stylish and spacious, comfortably sleeping 4 persons with high quality modern facilities, including sauna, large walk-in shower, drying cabinet, Sky TV, free wifi, wii, BBQ, storage for bikes, golf-clubs and other activity equipment, and private parking.
A stunning and substantial detached house designed by award-winning Scottish architects, Sea Croft has an elevated position on the west coast of the Sleat peninsula, with breathtaking views to the islands of Rum and Eigg. It is within a 5 minute walk of the beach and Tarskavaig Point with dramatic views of the rugged Cuillin mountains. The house stands in a quarter acre of mainly grassed garden, with a decking area to the front, accessed by patio doors from the open plan kitchen/dining area, so the wonderful views may be enjoyed when sitting either inside or out.
On an elevated site enjoying fabulous views over the village of Carbost to Loch Harport and the hills beyond, is this modern, detached bungalow, well-equipped and furnished to a good standard. There is decking around the property so that views can be fully enjoyed. Skye is renowned for its climbing, walking, distillery and peaceful and tranquil holidays. Visit one of the many historical sites and museums, or simply enjoy the breathtaking scenery of this enchanted isle.
Nestling against a small heather clad hillock, this cosy holiday cottage will appeal to those wishing to enjoy peace and tranquillity coupled with stunning scenery. Situated on the Sleat Peninsula, known as the 'Garden of Skye', the area is patterned with numerous lochs, green fields and woodlands. Armadale Castle, Gardens and Visitors Centre and the ferry to Mallaig is just a short drive.
Detached bungalow on the beautiful Sleat Peninsula, with superb views to the Ardnamurchan and Knoydart, Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn, 1 mile from Aramadale/Mallaig car ferry. Modernised comfortable holiday accommodation in a rural setting. An excellent base for relaxing and walking. Boat trips and sailing available. Clan Donald Centre, museum and gardens close by.
This well-appointed, detached holiday property sits in the crofting township of Achachork on the edge of Portree, with views over the open countryside, the Cullin Mountains and Ben Tianavaig. Amid breathtaking scenery, enjoy fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, pony trekking and walking from ascents of the Cullins to low-level coastal walks. Take a boat trip from Portree, the capital of Skye, to spot sea eagles and seals, or enjoy the town’s facilities. Discover Dunvegan Castle, the Talisker Distillery and more.
Spectacular views over Loch Bracadale and the hills beyond are to be enjoyed from this beautifully presented and fully re-developed former crofter’s cottage, standing in a lovely position in the highland hamlet of Fiskavaig. This peaceful setting is an ideal base to enjoy the many glorious walks to be found on Skye - Talisker Bay, Glen Brittle and the Cuillin are within easy reach and there are direct walks from the cottage itself.
This holiday cottage is in an ideal location, set in a slightly elevated position with spectacular scenery, sunsets and sea views yet just a few minutes' walk from the centre of the village of Broadford. Large variety of outdoor pursuits with opportunities for sea kayaking, beachcombing, climbing, walking, mountain biking and fishing. Enjoy exploring many islands, the open sea and shoreline, castles, distilleries and lots of quiet beaches.