Ferry House is set on a rocky promontory next to the sea. The house faces south and commands a wonderful view down the Sound of Sleat to Sandaig and Knoydart, and over the sea to Skye. There is no other house within a mile, but nearby is the six car seasonal ferry to Skye. In Glenelg village, 1.5 miles away, there is an award winning shop and a traditional inn serving good food. Excellent for walking, climbing, painting, watching otters and simply relaxing in beautiful surroundings.
Originally a traditional 'but n' ben', Barracks Cottage remains couthy, charming and steeped in the historical shadow of Bernera Barracks. The cottage is bestowed with exceptional, uninterrupted, panoramic views over the sea to Skye. Located within Glenelg (near shop and cosy village inn), amidst stunning coastal and mountain scenery. Ideal for outdoor and wildlife enthusiasts. Newly on market and refurbished with central heating, wood stove, digital TV and WiFi. Available Christmas & New Year.
This spacious detached bungalow is a real ’home from home’ amidst superb scenery. The area is steeped in history - visit the 2000-year-old brochs, Hanovarian Barracks or Eilean Donan Castle..A trip over the short ferry crossing to Skye taking the old drove road to the main part of the island and back via the bridge and Hamish MacBeth country is well worth the effort. Walking, bird spotting, climbing or simply absorbing the views are all popular pastimes.
Stunningly located at the edge of Glenelg Bay where the tide ebbs and flows providing a haven for birdlife and otters. This comfortably furnished and well equipped holiday home enjoys a splendid location, offering a base for touring the Isle of Skye from Glenelg on the short ferry crossing. Fishing, climbing and walking from the doorstep, with a good pub, restaurant and shop 1 mile.
Fantastic location next to the seashore in the picturesque village of Glenelg, with stunning views across the bay to the Isle of Skye. A five minute walk to the centre of the village, with its shop, post office and pub restaurant. A traditional croft house set in a large enclosed garden with a modern extension to the rear, large fully fitted kitchen, modern bathroom, comfortable dining and living rooms and a lovely bright sun lounge, makes it a wonderful place to sit and relax and enjoy those uninterrupted views. Private off road parking available.
Near Kyle of Lochalsh, the stunning village of Arnisdale nestles below Beinn Sgritheall (Munro), on the shores of Loch Hourn. It overlooks Knoydart peninsula and Sound of Sleat with the Isle of Skye Cuillin in the distance. Neighbouring Glenelg, 9 miles, has a shop, pub, restaurant, craft shop and Skye ferry (Apr - Oct).
The Forestry House in Glenelg (accommodates 2-6) is situated a short 5 minute walk to the village shop, the Glenelg Inn and just a 10 minute walk to the beach so you can enjoy your holiday without daily use of your car. It has 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom. A large fenced garden is home to lots of wildlife. Pets are welcome.
Smithy Cottage is a semi-detached holiday cottage situated in historic and scenic Glenelg on the West Coast of the Scottish highlands. It is about 1 mile from the beach which has views to the Isle of Skye. It is ideal for hillwalkers, naturalists and those simply seeking a peaceful highland retreat. It is conveniently located for the Glenelg Inn, the Pictish Brochs, and the famous ferry to Skye. It has one double bedroom and one single, with additional fold-out bed. Part-week bookings available.
We have a bungalow and 4 chalets each sleeping 6 people and 2 chalets sleeping 4 people.They have all the self- catering facilities
This single storey detached cottage has belonged to the owner's family for generations, and is positioned by the bay in Glenelg. Just 10 miles from the main route to the Isle of Skye and lovingly restored, this cottage provides welcoming accommodation amidst stunning scenery. With an open fire in the sitting room, a cosy dining area, a well equipped fitted kitchen and three bedrooms, the property is well suited for a family break or a trip with friends.
Perched on a hillside in a large private highland garden, with an amazing view over the sea to Skye, the Green House is an exquisitely designed hideaway for two.
Perfect for a romantic break. Four poster bed, wet-room, heated Italian stone floor, galley with eating area, cosy wood-burning stove, free phone, WiFi, Sky TV/DVD. Fabulous deck, wood burning Finnish Hot Tub and gas BBQ. If you can tear yourself away, the Green House is the perfect location for walking, beaches and exploring the Glenelg area, Skye and the Highlands.
The Holt is a cosy, welcoming, semi-detached holiday apartment adjoining the owner’s own home. It is situated on the edge of the village of Glenelg and benefits from beautiful views of the Skye mountains to the front and the Glenelg Hills to the rear. Glenelg is an area steeped in history, having the mainland’s two best preserved Iron-Age brochs, Dun Telve and Dun Troddan, and the ruins of the Hanoverian Bernera Barracks, built during Jacobite times.
Balcraggie House is a Regency manse set in its own grounds in the beautiful and peaceful peninsula of Glenelg (opposite the Isle of Skye on the mainland). It is a perfect base for walking and exploring the many attractions (mountains and antiquities) in the area. We offer self catering in a studio annexe with its own walled garden.
Skipper's cottage sits in a breathtaking spot close to the shoreline with majestic views towards the Isle of Skye. The cottage is a five minute walk from the village shop, cafe, and the famous Glenelg Inn renowned for its food and ambiance.
The area abounds in natural beauty, stunning scenery and wildlife. Hill walks, coastal walks and kayaking from the doorstep and numerous Munros nearby. Recently renovated to a high standard whilst retaining its character with wood panelled walls and cosy fireplace, the cottage is bright and welcoming throughout.
With stunning views and close enough to hear the sea lapping on the beach, The Lodge is situated in Glenelg on the west coast of Scotland, opposite the Isle of Skye. The Lodge has lots of natural light, wooden floors, stylish open plan living area, double bedroom with cathedral ceiling, outdoor deck and all home comforts. A few minutes walk to the Glenelg Inn (bar and meals) and close to Gavin Maxwell's Sandaig, the area is ideal for otter watching with seals, eagles, deer and other wildlife spotted regularly. Local activities include hill walking, mountain biking, sea kayaking and other outdoor pursuits.
Glenbeag Cottage is a lovely, bright family holiday home in the magical west highland coastal village of Glenelg, overlooking the Sound of Sleat to the Isle of Skye. This self catering cottage is an ideal location for wildlife, beach, water or hill based holidays, as relaxed or active as you wish to be. It has been recently renovated to create a very comfortable, well equipped bungalow with 3 good sized bedrooms. There is an open fire, modern kitchen, under-floor heating, bikes, maps and wireless broadband.