Bed & Breakfast
Coruisk House has welcomed lovers of the mountains to Elgol for over a hundred years, it offers both bed & breakfast facilities and a licensed seafood restaurant.
The house has been restored with care to retain its last-century charm and is blessed with an informal and relaxed character reflected in its log fires both in the lounge and restaurant dining room.More Information
Sleeps up to six. Two double rooms, one twin. Electric storage heating. Open coal fire in living room. SkyTV / DVD / hifi / radio. Linen, towels, coal and electricity included. No hidden costs. Infants catered for - high chair / travel cot available.
A warm Highland welcome awaits you from Fiona and Chris. We are sure you'll want to return again and again.More Information
Stunning location with views across Loch Scavaig into the heart of the Cuillin mountain range. Large enclosed garden with decking areas and private parking.
Suitable for families or large groups.More Information
Scavaig View is located in the small crofting/fishing community of Elgol, and has a magnificent view of the Cuillin mountain range. The renovated croft house is ideally situated for climbing and walking or just to enjoy a leisurely and relaxing holiday.
Furnished to a high standard, the house will sleep up to 6 people (1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, and 1 bedroom with bunk beds).
The owners live close by and will provide every assistance to ensure that your stay is enjoyable.More Information
Tigh Mairi and its neighbours are regarded among the top honeymoon locations. The cottages combine the traditional charm of 'black house' dwelling with modern comforts to ensure a wonderful stay on the Isle of Skye.
Mary, a native Gaelic speaker, and family are sure to give you a warm welcome and unsurpassed hospitality.More Information
Tigh Phadruig is located in a group of thatched cottages at the entrance to the quaint fishing village of Elgol on the West side of Skye. Down at the shore are views simply unmatched anywhere else. Look across Loch Scavaig into the Black Cuillins and at the foot of the mountains nestles Loch Coruisk. Slightly further round there is the island of Soay where Gavin Maxwell the author had the shark fishery, round again lie the islands of Canna, Rhum and Eigg and in the distance the Outer Hebrides.More Information
Tigh Seonag, is one of a small group of cottages in the picturesque village of Elgol, offering an unsurpassed blend of modern luxury and traditional Highland style. Rated 4 star by the STB, traditional curtained box beds and cast iron stoves nestle beneath the cottages' thatched roofs and are complimented by modern additions such as fitted kitchens and under-floor heating.
Owner Mary, a fluent native Gaelic speaker, and family are sure to give you a warm welcome.More Information