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.
We are well located for exploring the Cuillins and the rugged Minginish Peninsula, or simply enjoying the peace and beauty of one of the island 's finest views.
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.
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.
Stonechat Bothy sits secluded amongst native trees, providing complete privacy for our guests, whilst offering fantastic views over to Knoydart and Beinn Sgritheall. Wildlife is encouraged on the Croft, and thanks to the floor to ceiling windows everything is visible from the comfort of the oversized sofa. Dark skies can be enjoyed here in the winter. Stonechat Bothy is a minimalist, light-filled space - perfect for wildlife enthusiasts, as an artists retreat, or simply relaxing after a day exploring the Isle of Skye.
Enjoy a relaxing stay in Oak Tree Cottage a traditional stone built, beautifully refurbished 3 star self-catering holiday cottage with a cozy wood burning stove, located in the village of Ardvasar on the Sleat Peninsula. The cottage has its own garden with parking area. Within walking distance enjoy fabulous views out over the Sound of Sleat to the Scottish mainland and the Inner Hebridean islands of Eigg and Rhum. Known as 'The Garden of Skye ', due to it 's abundance of trees and greenery Sleat is a riot of colour all year round. There are many beautiful woodland and shoreline walks in the area.
Set in the quiet little village of Ord, South Skye, Cabin Hill is spacious, bright and very comfortable, with timber floored living rooms, woodstove, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a conservatory leading out to the private woodland garden full of wild flowers, birds and rabbits. It is just a few minutes walk to the beach, and the area is a great base for exploring, walking and kayaking, or just enjoying the scenery, wildlife, and wonderful sunsets over the Cuillin Hills. Pubs, restaurants, activities and services are within 8-14 miles.
Fìor Sgeir cottage is a cosy, modern holiday home five minutes' walk from the shore and Tokavaig's ancient oak woodlands. Lovely sea views to the islands of Canna and Rum (gorgeous sunsets) and the spectacular Cuillin mountains. Designed to high ecological standards and comfortably equipped, the cottage is the perfect base for walkers, kayakers and cyclists, as well as writers, artists and photographers seeking rural tranquility. Sleeps 2 (twin beds or king-size bed). Accessible for wheelchair users. Excellent pubs, restaurants and local facilities are available 8-12 miles away.
Quality self-catering and Visit Scotland 4 Star accredited accommodation in the grounds of Armadale Castle in tranquil south Skye. Our six cosy lodges are brilliant for families and groups, and have fantastic views to the Sound of Sleat and Knoydart. They are conveniently situated a couple of minutes’ drive from the Mallaig-Armadale ferry, making this a fantastic starting point to explore the beautiful walks of the Sleat Peninsular and beyond. The welcoming and comfortable lodges are equipped to the highest standard to make your holiday a memorable experience.
The Skye Window House is a beautiful and luxurious newly built architect designed house with spectacular sea and mountain views. It features a state of the art Gaggenau kitchen, wood burner and two luxury bathrooms including cast-iron roll top bath. Located in Sleat, the house enjoys breathtaking views across Knock Castle and the Sound of Sleat through its tall windows. Conveniently located only a 20 minute drive from the Skye Bridge. Three double bedrooms, beautifully furnished using a Scandinavian-inspired natural materials including solid oak, egyptian cotton and soft wool blankets.
Thorsvik is a detached wooden cottage set in a stunning location, within the hamlet of Tokavaig, 15 miles from Broadford on the Isle of Skye. This cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms, consisting of two doubles, one of which has an en-suite shower room, and a twin, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room. Outside there is ample off road parking and a front decked balcony.
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.
The Hide is situated near the end of the quiet Drumfearn Crofting township in the Sleat Peninsula. You will have panoramic views over open croftland from Ben Sgritheal in the East to the Cuillin Mountains in the West.
The accommodation consists of open plan living room/kitchen with wood stove, bathroom, one room with king size bed and one room with a single bed. There are electric panel heaters in the bedrooms and a heated towel rail in the bathroom. A fabulous base to explore the Isle of Skye and beyond.
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 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!
Welcome to Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse Cottage. Our Gaelic name means the Island of the Fox and our unique self-catering cottage is situated right next to Ornsay Lighthouse, on a private island just off the rugged Isle of Skye.
This is a place to find your soul. A place to truly get away from it all. A place where you can simply just ‘be’. So why not come and hide away…?
Teangue House sits on a hill commanding dramatic and spectacular views of the sea and mountains of Knoydart. It is a lovely mix of traditional old and contemporary smart. 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, stunning open plan living space and well equipped kitchen, cosy lounge with wood burner, utility, WiFi, garden.
The Sleat Peninsula is known as the ‘Garden of Skye’ being green and lush compared to the more rugged north of the island. Tranquil, pretty and a fantastic base for exploring the island or just enjoying the ever-changing seascapes.
This lovely traditional highland croft house is idyllically situated in a unique location. It stands on the very edge of the sea in one of Skye's most secluded glens, nestled beneath the mountains. Kylerhea is a wildlife paradise. Otters, seals, porpoises and dolphins frequent the waters just a few metres from the house; deer graze on the croft at night and eagles fly the ridges of the surrounding mountains, making it a perfect base for observing the abundant wildlife, hillwalking or just 'getting away from it all'.
Moyle Cottage is a four star, spacious three bedroom cottage in Kyleakin on the Isle of Skye. With stunning panoramic views directly over The Obbe and across Loch Alsh to the mainland this traditional stone cottage sleeps up to five.
The cottage has a cloakroom/utility room, large eat-in kitchen, sitting room, two double and one single bedroom. The eat-in kitchen has an oven/hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher and microwave. The lounge has a cozy wood burning stove.
This bright, self-catering unit for two lies high on a hill at Teangue overlooking the sea towards the mountains of Knoydart. Attached to the main house with its own entrance and parking, this modern, energy efficient new build has large windows maximising your view and has its own mini kitchen and en-suite bathroom. There is Sky TV, DVD player, DVDs, good mobile connectivity and Wi-Fi. Ideal for relaxing, unwinding, good walks and spectacular scenery. Great for climbers with the challenge of the Cuillins.