Greshornish Boathouse is a cosy first floor apartment above a boathouse on the shores of Loch Greshornish on Skye. There is one double bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen and a sitting room with dining area with a single sofa bed and views over the loch. Outside is one parking space. Greshornish Boathouse is a wonderful base for enjoying walking, exploring the spectacular coastline and drinking in the peace and quiet of this mystical island.
Askival is a fabulous, detached Isle of Skye cottage in an elevated position in the village of Elgol. The cottage has two king-size double rooms and a twin room, all with en-suite facilities, along with a separate shower room. There is also a kitchen, and a dining room, a snug with sofa bed and a sitting room with a woodburning stove and French doors to a balcony with bench seating three and views to the harbour, on the mezzanine level.
Pooltiel House is special. Because of its location: in Lower Milovaig, the most western Scottish coast, on a private cliff on the ocean shore of Loch Pooltiel. Because of its wildlife: a renowned location for birds, dolphins, whales and basking sharks. Because of its seaview: from every major room in the house. Because of its cosiness and a bit of luxury: a spacious kitchen, living room with wood burner, wifi and ten minutes from the famous Three Chimneys restaurant. Check it out!
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.
Slioch is a detached cottage less than two miles from Staffin on Skye. The cottage has a double, a twin and a single room on the first floor, and downstairs, a bathroom, kitchen with dining area and sitting room with open fire. Outside is off road parking and a front lawned garden with gravelled patio overlooking the sea. Slioch offers easy access to the island's walking routes, crofting villages, coastal scenery and more.
Beautifully situated amidst stunning scenery on the Durinish Peninsula, Silverdale Self-catering Cottage, (STB 4****) are just a wee bit up from the shores of Loch Dunvegan. With Macleod's Tables to the rear, views of the Cuillin Mountains to the south, and uninterrupted views northwards to the Outer Isles, this is a spectacular and peaceful spot. We are 5 miles east of historic Dunvegan Castle and just a few miles west of us is dramatic Neist Point, - the most westerly point on the island with its vertical cliffs and walk to the lighthouse. Just down the road is world famous Three Chimneys Restaurant. Ranked amongst the world's best, it is a mere 8 minutes walk away.
Otter Lodge Log Cabin is the perfect location for couples. This superbly - presented unique Log Cabin is situated on the edge of Loch Harport. Finished to a very high standard, with fully fitted kitchen and full central heating, this one bedroom cabin is perfect for all year round holidays. Accommodation comprises a combined Lounge, Dining and Kitchen area, with views over the loch, double bedroom and luxury shower room. Off road parking is provided with ramp access to a decking and seating area, with additional patio area and direct access to the shore.
Tigh Lachie combines the traditional charm of 'black house' dwelling with modern comforts ensuring a wonderful stay on the Isle of Skye. The luxury cottage sleeps up to four in a cosy, double, curtained boxed bed and two single beds in the gallery. Underfloor heating throughout, stove and well equipped kitchen.
Situated in the secluded small fishing village of Elgol. There is a small harbour where local fishing boats land their catches and boat trips run to Loch Coruisk in the heart of the Cuillins and further afield to the Small Isles.
Caladh Na Sith is a detached bungalow in Breakish near Broadford on the Isle of Skye. Pleasantly situated off a quiet single-track road, this Skye cottage would suit a family or group of friends who want to relax and yet not be too far away from good local services. It has a double, a twin, and a single room, and a family bathroom. The kitchen has a dining area, and the sitting room has an electric fire and picture windows with views to the sea.
Tigh na Creag is a very well presented detached cottage situated on a hillside on the magical Isle of Skye, 12 miles from Portree and can sleep four people. This all ground floor cottage has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom with an en-suite shower room, a bathroom, an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a coal-effect electric fire and an entrance porch/utility. Outside there is ample off road parking and a patio to the front with furniture.
The Old Mission Hall stands in an elevated position with spectacular views of Loch Bay and over the Minch to the Outer Isles. Recently renovated but with much of its original stonework maintained, it has been modernised to a high standard and comfortably furnished. The accommodation comprises of a double and a twin bedroom, bathroom with electric shower, open plan kitchen and lounge/diner with open fire. Wifi., payphone, Sky TV and DVD provided. It is an ideal location to view the wonders of the Isle of Skye.
The Hobbit House is our new glamping pod, with a round door straight out of Middle Earth! Situated on the highest point of the croft with mountain views, it has an ensuite shower and toilet, double bed with luxurious bedding and pocket-sprung mattress. Open plan living accommodation with two seater sofa-bed, dining table, sink, electric hob, oven, fridge and heaters. For cosy nights in there is a TV/DVD player with catch-up TV, Netflix, Amazon etc. Large deck to sit and watch the sunset over the islands. Fire-pit with logs provided.
Characterful cottage on the water's edge in Broadford Bay, great for families or friends with direct access to the shore and stunning views from the garden to the islands of Pabay and Raasay and the hills of Applecross beyond. Within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Broadford village and well located to explore the whole of Skye and Lochalsh. Sleeps 8; 4 bedrooms; 3 bathrooms. Dogs welcome by arrangement.
8 Herbusta is a traditional crofter's cottage located in Kilmuir on the Trotternish Peninsula in northwestern Skye boasting exceptional views across the Minch towards the Outer Hebrides. The area is rich in wildlife & rare birds, including majestic golden eagles which regularly soar overhead. This is a walker's delight, & as your cottage is ideally situated at the north end of the wild Trotternish Peninsula, close to the fabulous Quiraing, the sandy beach at Staffin & the Fairy Glen, there are plenty of options for exploring on foot.
Direct access to Macleod’s Tables and close to popular walks on the Duirnish and Waternish peninsulas, Osdale Byre is 10 minutes from Dunvegan and the perfect base for exploring Skye. It’s also a place you’ll want to spend time in with friends and family - open-plan living area with dine-in kitchen, wood burning stove, walk-in shower, two super king/ twin bedrooms and dog-friendly. A perfect place to rest, enjoy the peace, gaze at the view or discover the delights of the night sky. A location that’s good for the soul.
Nestling in the crofting hamlet of Lower Breakish, Tidal Cottage is a newly renovated traditional croft house sensitively restored to provide 21st century comforts. Traditional slate flooring with underfloor heating and a wood burning stove ensure comfort all year round. Enjoy panoramic sea and mountain views and stunning sunsets as well as abundant wildlife on the doorstep.
This perfect retreat for 2 has a tastefully furnished living room, well-equipped dining kitchen, porch and double bedroom with fabulous en-suite bathroom. Walking distance to beach, short drive from shops, restaurants and attractions.
The Byre in Glasphein is a luxurious newly built self catering property for two people situated in one of the most idylic locations on the Isle of Skye. The open plan living accommodation has been thoughtfully designed and furnished to a very high standard with large floor to ceiling picture windows throughout to take in the outstanding panoramic views to Loch Pooltiel and the outer Isles. The property is set in an elevated position on its own croft on a quiet road in the picturesque village of Glendale.
Beautiful, architect designed home, with panoramic views, overlooking Knock Castle, the Sound of Sleat to the Knoydart mountains. The perfect spot to see Golden and White tailed Eagles, Red Deer, Dolphins, Porpoise and Minke Whales. Ten minute walk to shore with sandy beach. Located in Sleat, known as the Garden of Skye, Torabhaig distillery is nearby so you can pop in for a tea/coffee or guided tour.
An Nead (Gaelic for Nest) has spacious open plan living with stunning mountain and sea views, wood burning stove, Smart TV, well-equipped kitchen, king size bedroom.
This newly renovated house is idyllically situated in a unique iconic location. It stands on the very edge of the sea in one of Skye's most secluded glens. There are breath-taking views across the Kylerhea Narrows.
Kylerhea is a wildlife paradise. Otters, seals and Victor our sea eagle can be seen daily while porpoises, dolphins and basking sharks are occasional visitors. Golden eagles fly the ridges above while deer and pine martens appear in the glen at dusk. This is the place to just get away from it all.
6 Totescore is a detached cottage situated in the friendly crofting community of Totescore, three miles from Uig on the Isle of Skye. This cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of one double, one twin and one single, as well as a bathroom with underfloor heating. The cottage also has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. Outside, there is ample off road parking and an enclosed garden with furniture.
Cnoc Ard is a well equipped detached property situated in the village of Colbost in the North West of the Island of Skye. It is five miles from Dunvegan and positioned on a hillside, enjoying an uninterrupted view over Dunvegan Bay. The original building was razed to the ground and the property rebuilt as comfortable modern holiday accommodation ideal for exploring the island and enjoying the renowned walking and climbing.
This traditional croft house is set in a stunning quiet location with spectacular sea views over to the Isle of Rasaay, Plockton and Glamaig. Located in the quiet and peaceful crofting community of Peinchorran, 8 miles south of Portree, the capital of the Isle of Skye, with all its amenities including shops, theatre, leisure centre, hotels and restaurants. The house is set within a beautiful, relaxing garden, both of which were previously featured in Home Plus Scotland Magazine.
Red Chimneys Cottage is a bright and airy, detached stone cottage in the crafting hamlet of Totaig near Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. The cottage can sleep up to four people and offers a ground floor double room with an en-suite shower room, a twin room with an en-suite basin and WC and a family bathroom with a shower attachment. There is also a kitchen with a social dining area and a first floor sitting room with a woodburning stove.
Glendale Cottage is located on the Minginish Peninsula of Skye in the picturesque community of Portnalong, 3 miles from Talisker Distillery and the popular Old Inn at Carbost. Delightfully situated in mature sheltered garden with views to Loch Harport and the Cuillin Mountains, Glendale Cottage is a bright, spacious and well appointed bungalow and the perfect base for exploring the wonders of the Isle of Skye.
Florin Cottage is a ground floor cottage with wonderful views in a peaceful location in Greshornish, a few miles from Edinbane, near Dunvegan, on the Isle of Skye. The cottage sleeps five people in three bedrooms (one double, one twin and one single) and a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is a fitted kitchen with a dining area and a sitting room with a woodburner. Outside the cottage is off road parking for three cars and a large enclosed garden.
Tigh-na-Craobh (The Tree House) is a stunning contemporary house, architect-designed and finished to the highest standards. Beautifully situated with views to Ben Tianavaig and across the sea to Raasay, the house sits in a sheltered location 6 miles from Portree and provides a perfect base to explore the Isle of Skye.
A large open plan double-height living area has a log stove, wonderful views and French doors to the outdoor deck, very well equipped kitchen, two bedrooms, one en-suite, family bathroom and separate utility room. Parking and large private garden.
Gairloch View Holiday Cottages sit on an elevated site overlooking Gairloch and the Torridon mountains across the water with the most spectacular sunrise & sunsets. Equipped to a high standard, the cottages sleep 4/5 in double and a twin room (+ 1 cot/bed). Fully fitted kitchen with washing machine & dishwasher, comfortable lounge, central heating, Digital TV, CD player & iPod doc. Bathroom with bath and shower. Barbecue and garden furniture. They are rented as self-catering but we can provide a starter breakfast pack if required. Minimum stay is for 3 nights.
The Ghillie's Cottage is a detached cottage on the Greshornish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye. The cottage has one double bedroom, one twin room and a family bathroom, making it suitable for four people. Also in the cottage is a fitted kitchen with a dining area and a sitting room. Outside the cottage is off road parking for three cars and a large garden. Perfect for getting away from it all, The Ghillie's Cottage allows you to enjoy the seclusion of Skye,
Two unique holiday lets, sleeping 4/5 and 2 respectively, adjoining a charming and historic family house dating back to the 18th century. Situated on the Strathaird peninsula being 11 miles from Broadford and beautiful Elgol 4 miles further on. The Skye Trail passes our door. Standing in magnificent grounds surrounded by John Muir Trust wilderness overlooking Loch Slapin to the South, nestled under Bla Bheinn and with Loch Coruisk and the Cuillin nearby. A rare opportunity to stay in Georgian elegance and comfort in a truly wonderful location.
This is a beautifully modernised and extended traditional croft house, furnished and equipped to an exceptional standard. The house provides self catering accommodation for up to six people in three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The cottage takes it name from the Cairidh, a circular stone fish trap near the house.
Tigh na Cairidh is superbly located on the shores of Loch Na Cairidh with amazing views towards Broadford, the Isle of Scalpay, Beinn Na Caillich and the surrounding hills. It 's position gives you easy access to the whole island as well as being convenient for a host of pubs, restaurants, shops and other facilities.