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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.
From its idyllic setting in a small bay 200 yards from the shore, a complete coastal panorama can be enjoyed across the Sound of Sleat from this substantial holiday home: there are magnificent views northwards to Ben Sgritheall, Loch Hourn and Knoydart; eastwards to Loch Nevis, and southwards to Ardnamurchan Point. Beautifully appointed and extremely well-equipped (with three en-suite bathrooms), it is approached by a shared driveway, and stands in 3 acres of wild private garden with a small stream and a little glen.
Two bedroom luxury self catering accommodation (sleeps 4) comprising of one double room, one twin room, one large shower room, lounge and kitchen with granite worktops and breakfast bar. Panoramic sea & mountain views, free wi fi and ample private parking. Oil central heating, no pets allowed.
For up to two guests, 'The Cottage' is newly built and has every luxury making it a home away from home. Located in Tokavaig, 'The Cottage' affords you a haven of peace and tranquillity, set amongst some of the most spectacular scenery the magical Isle of Skye has to offer. See magnificent sunsets, abundant wildlife and wild flowers as nature intended.The amenities of Armadale, Broadford and restaurants such as Kinloch Lodge are all nearby. Non-smoking and no pets allowed.
In a superb position towards the southern end of Skye, this completely modernised 150-year-old cottage stands on the sea shore overlooking the Sound of Sleat, at a point highlighted as an outstanding viewpoint by Ordnance Survey. There are magnificent panoramic views northwards to Ben Screel, Loch Hourn and Knoydart, eastwards to Loch Nevis, and southwards to Ardnamurchan Point. The holiday cottage is tastefully furnished and well equipped, with all three bedrooms enjoying their own separate facilities.
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.
Detached bungalow on the beautiful Sleat Peninsula, with superb views to the Ardnamurchan and Knoydart, Loch Nevis and Loch Hourn, 1 mile from Armadale/Mallaig car ferry. 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. Shop and pub ½ mile.
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'.
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!
Waterside Cottage enjoys superb views across the waters, which separates this isle from the mainland. Just a few minutes walk from the village centre, in a lovely setting. Excellent holiday base for exploring the island and the scenic Western Highlands. A variety of attractions, including castles, distillery visitor centres, quiet beaches and stunning scenery. Many activities including climbing in the Cuillin Mountains, fishing, water sports and biking to name a few. Shops and pubs 500 yards.
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.
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.
This lovely modern cottage sits on the hillside in one of Skye's most secluded glens. Nestled beneath the mountains Ben Aslak and Sgurr na Coinnich, Kylerhea is a wildlife paradise and this cottage is perfectly positioned with stunning panoramic views of the valley. Otters, seals, deer and eagles are amongst the abundant wildlife to be seen. Modern facilities. Entrance porch; spacious lounge, fully equipped kitchen/dining room; modern bathroom and sleeps 4 comfortably in two bedrooms. Centrally heated. Linen, towels, electricity included.
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.
Welcome to Fearneloch. At the end of a single track road in the small village of Ord sits Fearneloch, a comfortable, homely cottage situated above the beach with uninterrupted views across Loch Eishort of the Cuillin, Blaven, and Coral Island. An idyllic area to explore by foot or kayak, or simply to sit and take in the wonderful scenery and wait for the amazing wildlife and sunsets.
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.
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.
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.
An Iodhlann - family and walker friendly cottage with sea and mountain views. Situated on a hill top in the pretty village of Isle Ornsay on the beautiful Sleat peninsula. Plenty of walking locally and the foothills of the famous Cuillin a short drive away. Great pub serving food within walking distance. Comfortably accommodates two families. Three wash rooms ensure no fights for a bath or shower after a long day in the hills! Cosy fireplace in lounge and dining kitchen with electric range cooker. Spectacular views from every room. Tastefully furnished and decorated.
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.
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.
Knoydart Cottage was designed by an Icelandic architect to take full advantage of the breathtaking views across the Sound of Sleat to the mountains of Glenelg, Loch Hourn, and the Knoydart peninsula.The cottage has been completely renovated and refurbished to provide a comfortable and superbly equipped holiday home. Its position makes the cottage an ideal base for a holiday on Skye whether you are looking for a relaxing break enjoying the views and abundant wildlife or an action filled time - walking, climbing, sailing or kayaking.
Eravue is an idyllic and traditional Isle of Skye holiday cottage on the Sleat peninsula - 'the garden of Skye'. Overlooking Camus Cross Bay with unbeatable views of Knoydart and Loch Hourn, it's within easy reach of the Skye Bridge and the Mallaig ferry. Eravue is the perfect place to chill out. Book your luxury Skye accommodation now and enjoy Scotland at its best. Sleeps six. Stunning 19th century croft house with a full range of modern features. Sensational views of Knoydart, the Sound of Sleat and Loch Hourn. Fully equipped - feels like home not a holiday rental. Less than 30 minutes from the Skye Bridge.
Skye Napier House is luxury waterside self-catering located in Sleat, the ‘garden of Skye’. Sleeping 9 in 4 bedrooms (3 en-suite), it’s large Rangemaster kitchen, sunroom, generous dining and living areas makes it perfect for families and gatherings of friends. Located right by the water’s edge, less than 20 minutes drive from the Skye bridge, the house looks across the waters to the Sandaig Islands, Skye, the Scottish Highlands. The house, modern with a traditional style, has grand proportions, double height hallway, large glass sided wood burring stove and Wi-Fi.
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 along the nearby shoreline or, for the more adventurous, by taking the road to Tarskavaig with unbeatable views.
The Skye Hideaway is something very special, and we hope you will think so to. The Hideaway is a unique building, tucked into the crofting township of Tarskavaig, on the south end of Skye. A purpose built romantic retreat, almost miles from anywhere, and a million miles from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Set amongst stunning scenery the Hideaway offers the best facilities for couples looking for a memorable self-catering experience. All finishings are to the highest standards, with hand-made touches adding to the ambiance.
4 bedroomed modern house on Sleat overlooking Canna, Rhum and Blaven. Remote but 1/2 way between Kintail and Cuillins. 3 showers, 2 living spaces, Table for 8. Large woodturning stove and plenty of books, maps and DVDs. Great sea kayaking, road biking and hill walking.
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.
Contact Carole Cameron on 07799 512679.
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.
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.
Sitting amongst indigenous trees, providing privacy and a haven, whilst still offering fantastic views over to Knoydart, stay at the tranquil Stonechat Bothy in Sleat, South Skye. This secluded one bedroom, architect designed accommodation is ideal for exploring Skye, or enjoying a peaceful retreat. Wildlife is encouraged on the croft and an impressive number of birds and other wildlife have been recorded. Facilities include wood burning stove, Wifi, Sky TV, king size bed and a selection of DVDs, books and games. Dark skies in the winter - excellent for stargazing.
Westhaven House is a semi-detached cottage near the village of Kyleakin just two and a half miles from Kyle of Lochalsh. The cottage sleeps five people and has one king-size double bedroom with en-suite bath, one twin with en-suite shower and one single with en-suite shower. Also in the cottage is a kitchen with dining area, utility room and sitting room with open fire. There is also a garden room. Outside is off road parking for two cars and a patio with furniture and BBQ.