A selection of lodgings available for self-catering weekly holiday rent around the Isle of Skye, including
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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
Aisling Cottage is a traditional crofthouse in a peaceful rural location. Thoughtfully upgraded to spoil you with luxury, Aisling has everything you need for a special holiday ? a relaxing break for two, or an energetic holiday for walkers and climbers.
A short walk from all the facilities of Broadford, Skye's second-largest village, Aisling is well positioned to explore the island and the mainland, with stunning views to the Cuillins and Broadford Bay.
Our website has full details and lots of photos.More Information
Aite Taimh is a modern, detached bungalow built to a very high specification, deserving of its 4 star STB rating. An ideal base for your holiday with all the comforts of home.
Luxuriously appointed house, conveniently situated at the heart of the island. Spacious, comfortable accommodation (3 Bedrooms / Sleeps 6) it has its own games room (table tennis and pool). Set in beautiful, secluded, peaceful location on the edge of Loch Portree with fantastic views of Portree and the Old Man of Storr.More Information
Alavik Lodge & Cottage are unique holiday homes in one of the finest positions on the idyllic Isle of Skye. With spectacular sea views to the Cuillin mountain range, these properties, which can be rented together or separately, make an ideal rural retreat.
Alavik Lodge has a spacious open plan living area, log burner and floor to ceiling glass wall enjoying ever changing stunning scenery. Sleeps 4.
Alavik Cottage is a detached, cosy and completely self-contained annexe. Sleeps 2.More Information
An Acarsaid offers fantastic views down to Loch Poolteil with its dramatic cliffs, and across the sea to the mountains of Harris and North Uist, and a large wild garden with a small burn running through it.
Only ten minutes drive from the world famous Three Chimneys Restaurant.More Information
The recently built cottage stands in its own lawned garden in a quiet, undisturbed corner of a croft in the district of Harlosh, north west Skye. The site of the cottage was carefully chosen to make the most of extensive all-round views.
The luxurious very well equipped accommodation is all on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms, one king size double with ensuite; the second has twin beds. The cottage lies just 10 minutes from Dunvegan, with post office, shops, eating places and garage.More Information
Three wash rooms ensure no fights for a bath or shower after a long day in the hills. A cosy open fireplace in the lounge sets the scene for relaxing evenings. The cottage is tastefully and recently furnished and decorated. Luxury toiletries and Egyptian cotton linen and towels are included.
Great family friendly pub within walking distance (serves food).More Information
Apple Blossom is a luxury self catering cottage (1 Twin & 1 Double bedroom, with travel cot if requested), situated in the friendly, crofting community of Eabost, nestled on the west coast of Skye. The cottage is only 10 mins drive from Dunvegan and 20 mins drive from both Sligachan and Portree. This cosy crofting cottage has been luxuriously modernised - you will find full details on our website. Apple Blossom enjoys wonderful uninterrupted views of the Cuillin Mountains!More Information
Ard Thurinish is a beautiful three bed roomed cottage set above the shoreline. Recently constructed, meticulously furnished and fitted, it is spacious, modern and traditionally comfortable with panoramic sea, island and mountain views from every room.
Catering for up to six people the cottage has an open plan fully equipped kitchen and dining room leading through to a luxurious living room with an open log fire.
An enclosed garden and patio area provides secluded peace and tranquillity.More Information
Atlantic House lies in a hamlet close to Dunvegan and its famous castle. This large newly fitted four bedroom bungalow sits on a four acre croft which runs from the garden down to the sea shore. The house has a commanding position above Loch Bracadale with spectacular sea and mountain views from both front and rear.
Sleeping up to eight people, there is a large luxury kitchen / diner and a lounge with open fire. Bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath and massage shower, and a separate shower room.More Information
Sheltered and private, yet with a dramatic outlook, the cottage makes an ideal vantage point to observe otters playing on the seashore. You can sit on a window seat and watch buzzards soaring at eye level or relax on the veranda in front of a spectacular Skye sunset.More Information
Delightfully renovated stone cottage in a peaceful setting high above Lochbay, with unhindered views - spectacular all year round - across to the Western Isles. 2 bedrooms (sleeps 4), bathroom, bright open-plan kitchen/living/dining area with all modern conveniences and a cosy open fire. Walking, diving & fishing are just a few activities available locally, as well as being close to Stein, with its traditional inn, seafood restaurant and craft shops. So much to see and do - a week won't be enough!More Information
Barabhaig has a wonderful position on the shore, standing at the end of a single-track road - so no passing traffic - about one mile from Isleornsay and its award-winning restaurant/pub. Barabhaig is a detached, traditional stone cottage facing across the bay, harmonising beautifully into the green rocky landscape, with views across to the hills of the mainland Scotland.
Restored and modernised a few years ago. A most comfortable and desirable house. Centrally heated. Open log fire. Payphone. Pets are welcome.More Information
Bayview Croft is an STB 4 star, 3 bedroom traditional cottage set in a peaceful location with spectacular views across Portree Bay and the Cullin Mountain Range. Just 3 miles from Portree this charming property has seen sensitive renovation to include all modern comforts.
Accommodates 6 guests in 2 ensuite and 1 private bedrooms all enjoying sea views. Open plan lounge/dining room with wood burning stove, fully equipped kitchen separate utility. Free WiFi and all heating and linen included in rental.More Information
15 minutes north of Portree and 25 minutes south of Uig, the ferry port for the Outer Isles. The house is minutes walk from fishing in the sea or climbing up and over the Trotternish Ridge to the Quiraing or just having a peaceful day out sightseeing in the car.
Beinn Edra is an ideal option for the world weary coming to Skye for some peace and quiet.More Information
They have a comfortable living / dining room with a stove, TV / DVD, Sky FreeSat and WiFi, kitchen and utility room, an open aspect to moor, mountain and sea, with a garden and patio area. Maps, guides, books and DVDs are provided. There is ample parking and secure cycle store.
Within walking distance of Broadford Bay and a mile from the village.More Information
7 miles north of Broadford, in half an acre of gardens, Heron Cottage is a cottage on the shores of Loch Ainort with ample parking, gardens which open onto the beach, and panoramic sea, island and mountain views.
Dolphins, otters, seals, eagles, buzzards, herons and various divers are a common sight from your arm-chair in the lounge.
Built and furnished to the highest standards. Double glazing and GCH throughout. Double bedroom, bathroom (bath and shower), lounge, kitchen and utility room.More Information
Beautifully modernised and extended crofthouse, situated on the main road in the small crofting township of Breakish, approx 1 mile from Broadford where all local amenties may be found. Enclosed gardens front and rear, with wonderful sea and mountain views from each room, and 20 minute walk to the beach.
The cottage is very spacious sleeping up to 6 people and includes: 2 lounges, one with log-burning fire, sunroom, kitchen/diner, bath/shower/WC. Sky+ HD and WiFi. Heating, bedding and towels inclusive.More Information
The chalet has an open plan sitting room / bedroom / kitchen, plus a shower / toilet room. There is a decking area for relaxing on in fine weather and an outside cabinet for hanging wet weather gear.
In the nesting season, buzzards may often be seen from the windows at the back of the chalet.
Dogs welcome.More Information
The highlights of staying at Number 19 apart from the wonderful views, fantastic wildlife and 5 star accommodation, are the extras that help make your holiday special such as the games room, play park and barbecue area where you can spend quality time with friends and family.More Information
Ideal for walking, birdwatching (snipe, nesting buzzards, wheatear, wading birds), sea and loch fishing or simply relaxing on the decking provided. Views across to the Minch and the mountains of the Isle of Harris.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome but it is requested that they are kept on a lead whilst out. No TV, but a player and a selection of videos and DVDs are provided.More Information
The Longhouse at Tokavaig is a 4 bedroom house set in native woodlands on the west coat of the Sleat peninsular of Skye with views to Canna, Rhum and the Cuillins. Tokavaig is on a single track road, 6 miles from the main Broadford to Armadale road. There are easy coast and hill walks nearby to Ord and Tarskavaig. The Cuillins and the Kintail hills are 1-2 hours away and Knoydart is a boat ride away. The sunsets over the hills and sea are staggering.More Information
It sleeps 6 in one double and one twin on the ground-floor and a first-floor twin bedroom. The kitchen is fully equipped for enthusiastic cooks and the sitting room is light and spacious.
Bedlinen and towels are included and the house has a wood-burning stove in addition to the central heating.More Information
A family room provides additional accommodation with bespoke sofa bed convertible into a double bed. Upstairs there is a king size bedded room (en-suite), one room with a super king sized bed or two singles and one with bunk/twin beds. There is also a family bathroom.
Well equipped kitchen, and a utility room with laundry facilities.More Information
Corriegorm Beag is an attractive, modern flat, superbly furnished and equipped, in peaceful location with views out to the surrounding hills.
The flat is convenient for local shops, restaurants and tourist attractions.
Central heating, electricity, linen and towels are all included in the weekly rental. A log burning stove makes the lounge cosy in all weathers.More Information
The cottage has been awarded three stars by VisitScotland and provides real home from home comforts for up to 4 adults plus child. There is a comfortable lounge with colour tv and dvd player, a spacious dining kitchen with all facilities including electric cooker, washing machine, microwave etc., and a ground floor shower room with wc. Includes Wi-Fi internet access.More Information
Set in an elevated position the views are absolutely breathtaking; with panoramic views across the Quiraing mountains and across the sea to Gairloch - no matter what window you look out of you are guaranteed of a good view!
Two hotels and one internet café / restaurant nearby. Close at hand, two grocery shops, churches, museums, beach and tranquil walks.More Information
It is in a tranquil but convenient location from which to explore the island and nearby mainland, or you can enjoy the quiet sandy beach at Ashaig only ten minutes walk away, with rock pools and abundant wildlife.
With two doubles and a twin room, the cottage can accommodate up to six people.More Information
8 Crossal is a 4-bedroom self-catering bungalow, sleeping up to 6 people - double (ensuite), 1 twin and 2 singles. The accommodation is modern with outstanding views from the lounge and kitchen to the Red Hills and Cuillin Ridge.
A rural setting in the centre of the Island - situated in Glen Drynoch, between the historic Sligachan Hotel and the Talisker Distillery in Carbost, 'Number 8' offers an ideal holiday base to explore this wonderful island.
Weekend breaks considered during low season.More Information
The Old Church is a cottage full of character providing a high standard of accommodation for up to 8 people. There are 4 double bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The kitchen has an oil fired Rayburn stove. The sitting room has large sofas, a real flame fire and incredible mountain views. There is also a dining hall, a separate reading room and decking with a BBQ.More Information
This traditional island house is right on the shore of Camus Cross with spectacular views over the bay to Knoydart and the mainland. The cottage has recently been refurbished to a high standard and is furnished tastefully throughout.
The living room has a sleek hole in the wall open fire, Freeview Sky TV and broadband. The kitchen is fully equipped and centres round a Rayburn. Cruard offers two bathrooms, one downstairs, and three bedrooms. The garden is fenced off and there is plenty of parking.More Information
Loch Aluinn is nestled on a picturesque croft at the base of majestic Glamaig Hill, overlooking the beautiful Loch Sligachan. The modern spacious ground floor luxury self-contained apartment is family owned and offers all the comforts of home. Suitable for couples and parties of three.
One luxury four poster bedroom and single bedroom. Continental quilts, all bed linen and towels are provided inclusive. Central heating throughout the apartment is provided at no extra charge. A child's cot and highchair are available by prior arrangement.More Information
A warm welcome for families, walkers, climbers, photographers, artists, and wildlife enthusiasts.
Short walk down to the seashore and caves in the cliffs below Dounhuila and to the timeless fishing village of Elgol.
Great for wildlife: see red deer and golden eagles; also basking sharks, otters, sea eagles, dolphins and whales.More Information
Inver Rose is a spacious detached bungalow in a peaceful location on the outskirts of Kyleakin village.
1/3 acre garden. Comfortably sleeps six, but also popular with couples. Spacious lounge, with new Panasonic 50" plasma TV and Blu ray player. The cottage has panoramic views over Kyleakin, and the 14th Century Castle Moil to the Sea and the Kintail mountains.
Inver Rose is the perfect base for Skye, Kintail and Wester Ross.More Information
Right on the water's edge in the little village of Kyleakin in the south of Skye, Duart Cottage is a charming, whitewashed, traditional cottage equipped and furnished to a very high standard. It is perfectly placed both for exploring the island itself and the glorious west coast of mainland Scotland across the water.More Information
Ardmore, locally owned and run, is a stunning luxury 3 bedroomed (2 ensuite) bungalow which has been finished furnished and equipped to the highest standards.
Quietly located in the village of Broadford, it enjoys panoramic sea or mountain views from all rooms and is an ideal centre from which to tour all of the romantic Isle of Skye and Wester Ross. It caters for a maximum of 6 people and is within easy walking distance of all local amenities and attractions.More Information
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Lusta Cottage enjoys a magnificent location and spectacular views over Loch Bay and the village of Stein to offshore islands and the Outer Hebrides.
The modern 3 bedroom bungalow and fenced garden sit in 17 private acres with its own seashore frontage, offering a beautiful walk following the Lusta Burn along its attractive gorge, with several waterfalls, down to the sea.
A short walk along the beach brings you to Stein, the 18th century Stein Inn and the Loch Bay Seafood restaurant.More Information
Dunmhor sits 30 paces from the high tide line beside Loch Slapin. It is reached via a level lochside track.
Well equipped for use all year round, Dunmhor is best suited to lovers of nature, walkers and climbers, artists and Photographers, and people seeking tranquility in an inspiring setting. Wildlife enthusiasts may spot the Otters which frequent the loch, or the Stoat which hunts the shore. Over 70 species of birds have been seen. Highland Cattle and sheep graze the area.More Information
Eagles Rest is nestled in the gorgeous setting of Geary in Waternish with panoramic views across the Minch to Harris and North Uist. In front are the Ascrib Islands, designated a European Special Area of Conservation.
Enjoy the spectacular views from the living area downstairs, or pop out on the balcony with the binoculars and you will observe the fantastic array of wildlife passing by. Ben Geary, the highest point in Waternish, is accessible directly from the croft, and the unspoilt beach and forestry at Aros Bay can be seen clearly from Eagles Rest less than a mile away, and is a popular walk.More Information
Scottish luxury in the village of Camuscross, Eravue offers stunning views and everything you need to relax and unwind. The house is a traditional 100+ years croft that has been fully renovated based on the Scottish long-house. An architect designed lounge with vaulted ceiling and a 180 degree view of the ever-changing sea and sky.
Sleeps 6 people in 3 double bedrooms. Only 30 minutes from the Skye Bridge (10 minutes from the Mallaig ferry).More Information
Eyre Point Cottage occupies a glorious position on the south west coast of the Island of Raasay, about 1 mile south of the ferry terminal at Suishnish. Standing quite alone at the water's edge and reached by a well-tended drive with a sheep gate, it looks out across the Sound with breathtaking views of the Cuillins on Skye.More Information
Fairwinds is an attractive bungalow in a peaceful location. Sleeps up to 4 people. Well furnished and equipped with views over the Broadford river to mountains.
Easy walking distance from amenities, shops and restaurants and tourist attractions.
Central heating, electricity, linen, towels and bathrobes included in the rental.
Comfortable lounge with large picture window, great for watching birds. Quite often otters may be seen in the river. A good place to sit and relax after a full day walking or sightseeing.More Information
Falcon's cliff, Dornie, is the perfect cliff top base for your holiday with breathtaking views over the historic Eilean Donan Castle, the Cuillin mountain range on the Isle of Skye and stunning local Highland scenery of mountains and lochs of Lochalsh and Kintail.
Newly renovated, the modern superbly equipped accommodation is attached to a traditional house located above the picturesque village of Dornie. The scenic village has four shops, a post office, two pubs and a hotel which provides delicious freshly caught sea food and local produce.More Information
6 Fasach is over 100 years old and has superb views to the Macleod's Tables and over the sea to the Outer Hebrides. The scenery is stunning with an abundance of wildlife and spectacular sunsets. It's a wonderful base for walkers, bird-watchers and naturalists.
6 Fasach is cosy and comfortable with lounge, dining room and kitchen downstairs and 2 bedrooms upstairs with bathroom and second separate loo. It stands in an acre of land which is fully enclosed with ample parking and a small burn.More Information
ANMARA and KENMORE holiday cottages are on the North East coast of Skye, in the quiet crofting township of Digg, by the Trotternish Ridge and the Quiraing Mountains, with views over the North Sound of Raasay To Gairloch.
Both cottages are equipped to a high standard. Fully fitted kitchen. Comfortable lounge with colour TV. Bathroom with bath and electric shower, shaver point and heater. Double and twin bedrooms with electric heaters. Barbeque equipment and chairs are supplied for the garden.More Information
The Garden Cottage on Scalpay with uninterrupted views of the sea is on a stunning unique island reached by private boat. Trout fishing in fresh water lochs; 600 acres of both new and old forestry, abundant wildlife, red deer, otters, seals, birds and birds of prey, and many species of wild flowers, mosses and lichens.
Children love the feedom, crab fishing and rockpooling in the large area of foreshore as well as exploring the island, swimming in the lochs or the sea. You can walk virtually anywhere and have the island almost to yourselves.More Information
The Gardeners Cottage is a well equipped family house which was converted from the former stable block of Viewfield House. It is a spacious cottage, easily accommodating up to eight people, but it remains equally cosy and comfortable for a smaller party or even a couple.
The cottage enjoys extensive grounds, privacy and a country feel but is only a 10 minute walk from Portree with all of its restaurants and pubs. The house has open access and views to Fingal's Seat behind it.More Information
Faces south-west, commanding spectacular, uninterrupted views over a large sea-loch with rocky islands. Large, low windows: wherever you are sitting indoors, you enjoy panoramic scenery - and without being overlooked.
Peaceful location, but only 4 minutes by car to Stein Inn and sea-food restaurant.
Visitors: "Accommodation is superb; the scenery everywhere magnificent"More Information
The cottage is fully double glazed and has oil fired central heating throughout. The lounge is a large room with a log stove and huge picture window overlooking the sea.
In the new fully equipped kitchen you will find everything you need. There is also a breakfast bar seating 4. The main bedroom has a king size bed and sea view. Garden.More Information
Excellent coastal and hill walks can be found from the doorstep of each cottage.
The surrounding countryside is home to a wonderful array of wildlife including otters, seals and eagles.
Rental includes fishing on the estate and use of traditional wooden rowing boats on the owner's private hill loch.More Information
Half of Three is situated in a beautiful glen at the foot of the spectacular Trotternish Ridge. The accommodation consists of entrance hall, kitchen / sitting room, double bedroom with ensuite bathroom and shower.
The property is full of character with beautiful views to the west and east. The River Hinnisdal runs through the bottom of the croft and fishing permits can be obtained locally. The Trotternish Ridge and surrounding area are perfect for walking.More Information
Two level apartment on Portree's famous harbour. All rooms with magnificent views to Portree Bay. Central for touring, climbing, fishing, hill walking or just relaxing. Boat trips can be taken from the harbour. Shop 200 yards. Pub 500 yards.
First floor: spacious sitting room, dining room, well equipped kitchen, ultra-modern bathroom. Second floor: two bedrooms (one very large), sleeping three people maximum.
Parking at the pier. No hidden costs. All prices include electricity, bed linen and towels.More Information
The house has a large well stocked garden with lots of birdlife and has a large patio and decked area and lots of quiet areas to spend time relaxing in this special environment. The gardens extend to open croft land where animals can be seen grazing. There is open access to the croft and its ancient dwellings.
Harport House has a no smoking policy, and does not accept pets.More Information
The self catering apartment at 2 Harrapool is within a 5 minute walk from the centre of the village of Broadford. In Broadford, which lies around a bay, you will find all the usual facilities and wherever you go you will be met with a friendly welcome.
The accommodation is on two levels and is ideal for a family or 2/3 people. Close by you will find several restaurants and bars, providing a high standard of local produce, fish and shellfish.More Information
A very warm welcome awaits you at Henderson House. This comfortable and tastefully renovated 18th Century fisherman's cottage forms part of historic Stein's seafront terrace. A place to totally relax. Open fire in the cosy, beamed lounge. Garden stretching down to the shore. Two minutes from the renowned Loch Bay Seafood Restaurant and the oldest inn on Skye.
The Waternish peninsula contains beautiful shorelines to walk along, forestry walks, wildlife and an extraordinary array of unique art and craft enterprises.More Information
Kinkell is a new purpose-built first floor holiday apartment in Glenhinnisdal, near Uig. A beautiful, light and modern interior is fully furnished and well equipped. The open plan living area creates an airy space. 2 bedrooms can cater for up to 4 persons, plus a wee one in a travel cot. Guests have a private garden and parking spaces.
Kinkell is a lovely relaxing and rural retreat to spend a week's holiday. Beautiful views on your doorstep, fresh air all around and wildlife is plentiful in the Glen.More Information
The cottage has double and twin bedrooms upstairs. The sun room is an ideal place to dine and relax with the added bonus of seal and bird watching. The kitchen is fully equipped and a solid fuel stove provides hot water and central heating. The well insulated cottage has a cosy open fire in the living room. The enclosed garden has a patio area and is ideal for children.More Information
Well equipped. Open plan living; wood burning stove. Sleeps 6 in 2 twin and 1 double with ensuite shower plus another bath / shower. The wonderful sea facing conservatory has views on three sides where you can watch the evening sun turn the hills pink as you sip a glass of wine.More Information
Kilbride House is a former Georgian Manse standing in a large lawned area. There are two apartments within the front part of the house. A two bedroomed apartment on the first floor and a one bedroom apartment on the second floor. There is also a two bedroomed chalet situated at the back of the house.
Kilbride is 5 miles from Broadford on the scenic Torrin/Elgol road. An excellent base for walkers with abundant wildlife.More Information
All heating and lighting costs are included in the hire charge. Beds are made up ready for your arrival and towels are changed mid week during your stay.
Both self catering units are pet free and non smoking.
Kiltaraglen is a family run business which offers a warm welcome!More Information
Situated in a beautiful lochside location in NW Skye with panoramic views stretching from the Cuillin range to the Outer Isles Kinnemond Cottage is an ideal base for all outdoor activites and general touring. The house is cosy and comfortable with an open fire and library in the living room plus binoculars for spotting the wildlife from the windows. There are plenty of good places to eat in the Dunvegan area and Three Chimneys Restaurant is within walking distance.More Information
The spacious cottage has 3 bedrooms and can sleep up to 6 adults and 3 children. Enjoy the views from the cottage and its garden over Loch Harport to the Cuillin.
At the cottage you are just 8 miles from Sligachan and the Cuillin mountains, or 9 miles from Glen Brittle with scenic forest walks and sandy beach.More Information
The very comfortable 2 bedroom apartment is well equipped for all year use. Central heating and all linen is included.
Watch otters, seals, seabirds. Spot dolphins, golden and sea eagles. Unwind in the tranquil setting of Knott. Use the mature flower filled garden with Midge Machine. One well behaved dog welcome.More Information
Offering accommodation for up to 8 persons in four bedrooms, it is perfectly situated to explore the many delights that the Island offers, including the nearby Dunvegan Castle and the main town of Portree.
Purpose-built to provide the ideal place for a truly relaxing and memorable holiday.More Information
The accommodation consists of 5 double bedrooms, 3 bath/shower rooms, dining kitchen and comfortable sitting room with lovely views (on a clear day!) to the Islands of Rhum and Canna and The Cuillin mountains to the south west.More Information
Littleridge is a modern and cosy bungalow. We hope we have included the little details that will make your holiday special; a welcome hamper and satellite televison to name a few. Whether you are looking for wildlife, adventure or just some gentle relaxation, Littleridge will make a perfect base for your holiday.
This modern bungalow has an elevated position overlooking Crossavaig Wood and is three minutes walk from the sandy beach. Open all year round, Littleridge is 40 minutes from the Skye Bridge or 25 minutes from the Armadale ferry terminal.More Information
The nearby village is home to the world famous Talisker whisky distillery, and also has a shop, post office and pub. At the cottage, you will be 9 miles from Sligachan at the foot of the Cuillin mountains, and the Glen Brittle forest tracks and sandy beach are just 8 miles away. What a place for a holiday!More Information
Built in the early 19th century, with thick walls of local stone, it was converted around 1970 by the singer Donovan. Attractively furnished & spacious with four poster bed & open fire. Combines modern comfort with great character.
Seals, otters, dolphins & eagles can sometimes be seen from the windows. Short walk to the picturesque village of Stein with pub & seafood restaurant. Broadband Internet available.More Information
A heartfelt warm welcome awaits your arrival to our homely holiday chalet, in the small crofting village of Camuscross in Sleat on the Isle of Skye. Sleat is most commonly known as the "Garden of Skye", or to some the most romantic "Paradise Island".
The chalet is situated by the seaside, in the most unique and picturesque setting, surrounded by the natural beauty of ancient woodland, majestic mountains, breathtaking landscapes and panoramic sea views of picture-postcard images. An unforgettable memory.More Information
Residential caravan accommodation on a working croft (small farm), in a central location for all parts of the Island, with panoramic views across Loch Ainort to the Red Hills.
There are a wide range of walks and climbs to suit all levels on the surrounding hills. The area also offers mountain and climbing guides, a golf course, boat trips, pony treking and more.
Shops, launderette, car & cycle hire, bank, Post Office and medical facilities are available in nearby Broadford.More Information
Hidden down a wooded bluebell lined drive, the estate centres around a 300-year-old tacksman's house which, along with its old laundry, stables and grade-B listed 'ink-pot' style gate lodge, have all been renovated with tremendous flair and enthusiasm by the owners.
All of the cottages have original art, log fires and deep comfy sofas; each wonderfully welcoming. The beautiful shore of Loch Snizort, is only moments away.More Information
MacGregor Cottage is one of a very small settlement of white pebble-dashed cottage. Sheep abound on the grassy/rocky hillocks. Amazing views all around. Wood-lined throughout. Comfortably furnished (the bedrooms are small). Well-heated with good insulation, so suitable for all times of the year.
Large windows in the open-plan sitting/dining/kitchen. Garden furniture. Good stretch of sandy beach 3-minute walk away. Views across the loch of Cuillin Mountains. Nearby jetty, from which seals and otters can often be glimpsed.More Information
After an enjoyable day, whether sightseeing or climbing or sailing or just walking, you can relax in the lounge and enjoy stunning views over Loch Harport.
A gentle 10 minute walk downhill, through the croft where you can spot many varieties of wild flowers, will take you to the lochside.More Information
Marble Hollow offers purpose built fully furnished comfortable bunkhouse style accommodation for groups or large families. Beds for 10 people - 2 bunkrooms and a double room - and plenty of space to work and relax.
Large open plan kitchen/dining area with 2 separate gas stoves with double ovens, fridges, freezer and loads of cupboard space. Living room with TV, VCR, DVD, CD stereo and 3 large settees.
Garden with large patio benches. On site parking. Separate building for drying wet gear and storing bicycles.More Information
Superbly situated on the shores of Loch Bracadale on the west coast of Skye, with fabulous views across the water to MacLeod's Tables, Marchbank is a spacious and beautifully appointed house which provides everything you could wish for a relaxing holiday on this enchanting island.More Information
Mary's Cottages offer a marriage of modern comfort & traditional style. Fitted kitchens and central heating cater for modern needs, whilst traditional curtained box beds and stoves blend with the thatched roofs and exposed stonework of the exterior. Each of the three cottages sleeps 4 (one cosy double box bed and two singles), making them ideal for either a honeymoon or a small family.
Mary, a fluent Gaelic speaker, and her family live close by in the croft house should you need anything.More Information
This new first floor flat provides up-to-date comfort, privacy and security. It enjoys exceptional views over the Sound of Sleat towards the mountains of Knoydart.
Sleat is well known for its beautiful landscape, lovely coastline and incredible scenery and we are just a few minutes from the sandy beach of Knock Bay. Dolphins visit the bay as do otters, herons and many other birds.More Information
Located 8 miles from Cuillins this is an ideal base for climbers & walkers. Farm tracks provide less strenuous walks. All the island's main attractions are easily accessible from Meadle.
On the farm itself there are many oppurtunities for bird watching - sea eagles nest nearby. Sightings have also been made of otters and red deer.More Information
Melrose House is a modern luxurious self catering annexe with its own private entrance situated in the village of Colbost, with stunning views over Loch Dunvegan and within walking distance of the Three Chimneys Restaurant.
The property has a double bedroom and shower room. The living area has a wall mounted LCD TV/DVD, Ipod docking station and a spotting scope. The kitchen is well equipped with a dishwasher, oven, fridge and microwave, and a dining area.
Sumptuous bath robes are also provided.More Information
Located in North West Skye, 1 hour from the Skye Bridge. Renovated to a high standard using recycled and locally sourced materials, it is a snug and cosy self catering stone cottage. A great home-from-home after a day's walking, birdwatching, mountain biking or just touring the island. Just 20 minutes from Portree and 15 minutes from Dunvegan. Walking distance from the Edinbane Inn, one of the finest traditional music venues on the island.
Short breaks available.More Information
On the peaceful Duirinish peninsula on the west coast of Skye, with glorious views of Glendale, Loch Pooltiel and away to the Outer Hebrides beyond, the Missionary's House is a traditional, whitewashed, stone-built house of great character, now carefully restored to provide a wonderfully comfortable holiday home.More Information
The two self-catering cottages are available all year round and can accommodate up to six persons in each. Both are fully equipped with all the home comforts you would want whilst staying on Skye. You are surrounded by beautiful scenery and fine views, so take advantage and relax in the garden after a busy day exploring the island.More Information
The house has 4 bedrooms, lounge, dining room, living kitchen, a beautiful dining room with an additional double sofa bed and two bathrooms.
There is a fantastic view over the bay from the stunning picture window in the main lounge. The garden is fully enclosed and pets are welcome.More Information
The main house has four bedrooms including one double bedroom, a twin bedroom and two single bedrooms. The annexe to the house has two bedrooms consisting of a double bedroom and a dormitory of five beds.
The Old Inn offers an ideal retreat in a quiet, tranquil and beautiful part of Skye.More Information
The house, set back 80 yards from the road, faces south with uninterrupted views and is surrounded by its own walled garden of 1/3 acre.
The house has electric heating in all rooms and a coal burning stove in the sitting room. The house is private, quiet, comfortable and has no television.More Information
"Old Seaview" is located approx 1 mile from Armadale ferry terminal. (Also ferry for the Small Isles - Muck, Eigg, Rhum.) Approx 1/4 mile from Ardvasar village on shore side, situated in a nice quiet site - relaxation guaranteed!
Ideal location for attending Sabhal Mor Ostaig (3 miles), Clan Donald (1.5 miles), Point of Sleat (5 miles), Sligachan / Cuillins (35 miles).
The house is electrically heated with a log burning stove (wood provided).More Information
Finished to a very high standard, with fully fitted kitchen, washer / dryer, fridge / freezer, microwave, grill oven and hob and full central heating, this one bedroom cabin is perfect for all year round occupation.
Accommodation comprises a combined lounge, dining and kitchen area, with views over the loch, double bedroom and luxury shower room.More Information
Alternatively, stay indoors and watch for wildlife (seals, otters, porpoises, birds) through the picture windows, or sit outside on the decking and enjoy a drink as the tides ebb and flow.
Centrally placed for touring Skye and close to the Cuillins. Walking trails start from the door. Shops, pubs, restaurants 10 minutes away.More Information
"Peter's" is a traditional Skye house, which has been fully modernised. It is situated about quarter of a mile from the shore and is in the pretty, peaceful crofting village of Tarskavaig. It has wonderful views of the Cuillins,Rum, Eigg and Canna.
The area is ideal for walking, fishing and seeing wildlife, including otters. There are no shops or pubs in Tarskavaig, the nearest are six miles away.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
The cottage is a modernised, extended traditional croft house and is open all year. It is very comfortably furnished and equipped with full central heating, a well equipped kitchen and two bedrooms. It sleeps 4 people and there are 2 bathrooms (1 ensuite) and a third w/c.
Close by (1m) are the excellent Stein Inn and Loch Bay Restaurant.More Information
Located just three miles from the busy village of Broadford, which has shops, eating places and garage, Rowan Cottage stands on the sea shore with gated access from the garden onto the beach. Views from the cottage take in the nearby Isle of Scalpay and the distant mainland mountains.
The characterful cottage has exposed stone walls and wood burning stove, plus a modern fitted kitchen and a bathroom with overbath electric shower. There is one double and one twin bedroom.
Dogs welcome.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
On the ground floor there is a porch, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, bathroom with bath and shower, plus two double bedrooms. Upstairs there is a double and a single bedroom. 13 Sconser has its own private garden with an unfenced burn. Linen, towels and electricity are included in the price.More Information
This stunning, architect-designed detached house has an equally stunning position on the Sleat peninsula on Skye, with spectacular views across the Sound to the islands of Rum and Eigg and only 5 minutes walk to the beach and Tarskavaig Point, with arguably the best views of the Cuillins on the whole of the Island.More Information
Open plan kitchen and sitting room with glorious views. One ground floor single bedroom and bathroom with disabled access. Two upstairs bedrooms, one ensuite. Sleeps six maximum.
Very well equipped and comfortably furnished. Rental includes heating, hot water, electricity and hire of bed-linen and towels. Non smoking. Open all year.More Information
Seaford Croft is a picturesque, extended croft situated by the shore of Broadford Bay, with uninterrupted sea views towards Scalpay, Raasay and the Applecross peninsula. A perfect tranquil location from which to explore the island and nearby mainland, or you could just relax and enjoy the adjacent sandy beach.
Endless activities available in the area including walking, climbing, sailing, riding, cycling and many arts & crafts galleries. Wildlife in abundance. An unrivaled location giving the opportunity for a holiday to remember.More Information
Set in approximately 2 acres of ground within a pretty sheltered courtyard garden.
Come stay at the Seashell; experience the magic of Skye.More Information
Seaview has one double bedroom and a twin bedroom with kids bunk above single beds. All new appliances and floor coverings, maintained to a high standard. Sky TV, CD, video, gas cooker, microwave, toaster, fridge. External washer drier. Central heating throughout.
All inclusive price, no extra for electric or gas. Linen / towels provided.
Scenic views. Near coast. Approx. 1 mile from Armadale ferry.More Information
Sea Wrack House on Skye is a superb new property on Isle Ornsay Bay. The house is situated just a few yards from the rocky shore, and from its windows you can watch seals, deer, herons, oyster catchers and even shy otters at the water's edge.More Information
Sgoirebreac Cottage nestles amongst the foothills of the famous Cuillin Mountains and on the banks of Loch Sligachan, It forms an excellent base for exploring the Isle of Skye. Less than a mile from the 9 hole golf course. There is fishing nearby. The walker and mountain climber will find this an ideal retreat, giving easy access to the spectacular Cuillin Hills for ever-challenging walks and exhilarating climbing experiences. Equally suited to the artist, who might find inspiration without even needing to leave the cottage.
Sleeps 4.More Information
The kitchen / dining room has spectacular views of Rhum, Canna and occasionally Barra. Upstairs the living room has a large bay window overlooking both the Red and Black Cuillin ranges.
The house is incredibly comfortable with underfloor heating, storm shutters and a big wood burner.More Information
The cottage is in the beautiful village of Portnalong, with breathtaking views of the nearby Cuillins and MacLeod's Tables. Only 5 minutes walk from village pub. Talisker Distillery and Glenbrittle are nearby. Centrally located, only 19 miles from Portree.
Luxury accommodation sleeps 6, with king-size (ensuite), double and twin rooms. Private gardens overlooking Loch Harport.More Information
Silverdale Cottage is a 100 year old restored crofthouse in beautiful surroundings, just set back from the shores of Loch Dunvegan between stunning backdrops of the Cuillins to the south and the Outer Western Isles to the north.
Rated 4 Star, the cottage is located in Skinidin on the B884, 5 miles from Dunvegan and 5 minutes walk from the world-renowned Three Chimneys Restaurant. With MacLeod's Tables rising up from behind the cottage, Glendale is a glorious area from which to explore Skye.More Information
With wonderful views over Loch Snizort Beag, and close to Portree, Skirinish Cottage provides a welcoming and comfortable sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of 21st century living, while at the same time ensuring modern conveniences are still close at hand!More Information
This is a refurbished traditional croft house furnished and equipped to a high standard. It sleeps 4 people (1 double and 1 twin). The house commands breathtaking coast and mountain views. It is an ideal base for exploring Skye all year round.
The comfortable lounge has an open fire, satellite TV, DVD, and CD player. There is an elegant dining room and a modern fitted kitchen with dishwasher. Central heating and Wi-Fi broadband feature too.More Information
Skylark Cottage is a completely renovated croft cottage on the Isle of Skye, rebuilt to high standards and roofed with classic thatch. Views to Broadford Bay, islands and the Mainland - a good base for touring or you can just sit back, relax and observe. There is a restaurant 500 yards away. The shore, offering both rocky pools and sandy areas is a short walk.
With a double bedroom plus a sofa-bed the cottage can accommodate up to 4 people.More Information
Springfields Cottage, sleeps 4 in a detached, traditional former croft house, standing in its own extensive gardens, not far from the Skye Bridge with spectacular views across Broadford Bay. Sandy beach only 5 minutes away. Pet friendly.More Information
With spectacular views over the sea and mountains this pair of modern cottages enjoy a superb location. Great hill and coastal walking, birdwatching and boat trips nearby. Each sleeps 4, with one double and one twin bedroom. Double aspect lounge with tv and dvd player. Well equipped kitchen. Bathroom with bath and shower. Both cottages are no smoking. Linen provided. Open all year.
Short breaks may be available.More Information
"Struanlea" is a Gaelic word meaning sheltered place on a streamlet. The charming and tranquil little cottage is situated in the back garden of the owner's house at a little burn. It is ideal for honeymooners, small families and people who would like to find some time to relax and reflect. The non-smoking cottage offers a one room (ca.30sqm) open plan with a double bed and a one person bunk bed, kitchen and sitting area and an en-suite shower room.More Information
Delightful, luxury cottage which has been totally upgraded to the highest standard. Set within half an acre of private ground, with local amenities available a few minutes drive away in Staffin village, the cottage provides an ideal base for touring this magical island.
Offering uninterrupted views to the south - the Sound of Raasay, Isle of Rona, and the mainland mountains of Wester Ross - our holiday cottage can accommodate 6 persons in 2 doubles and 1 twin.More Information
Two double and one single bedrooms. Family bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen / diner. TV, DVD / video / CD player and radio. Central heating, lighting, bedlinen and towels included in price. Wood burning stove.
Ideal base for touring Skye. Secluded location but within walking distance of the world famous Three Chimneys Restaurant.
Non-smoking throughout. Not suitable for small children or pets.More Information
Taigh an t-Sithein holiday bungalow sits in its own enclosed garden in the crofting community of Braes. This is an excellent base from which to explore the Island of Skye, with all the wounderful views, walks and wildlife.
During the summer months from the front windows of Taigh an t-Sithein you have a good chance of viewing dolphins, whales, seals and otters plus all kinds of birds including sea eagles.
The bungalow has central heating and all the modern appliances.More Information
Situated at the edge of the small village of Elgol on a hill overlooking the magnificent Cuillin mountains and the small islands of Soay, Canna, Rhum and Eigg. This house is in a truly stunning location.
2 Elgol is a traditionally built house of local stone construction and has been completely refurbished and modernised in 2009 by local builders under the direction of Helen Lucas Architects. Particular attention has been paid to insulation giving the house a warm, cosy feel.More Information
Taigh Mhuirne is a modern, detached townhouse in Portree village. Accomodates 5-6 plus baby in 3 bedrooms; kingsize, twin / superking and single with pull-out bed. There are 2 showers. Full laundry facilities available.
Broadband internet access provided. Enclosed garden and very baby / child friendly. Drying room with storage for bikes / kayaks. Parking for 2 cars.
Rental includes linen, towels, electricity, heating, hot water. Non-smoking, 1 well-behaved pet by arrangement.More Information
Taigh-Na-Croit is a beautiful new bright and spacious, fully fitted, modern detached single storey cottage, enjoying wonderful open views across the countryside towards the spectacular Trotternish Ridge.
Open plan lounge dining area, 2 bedrooms - 1 king with ensuite, 1 double and 1 bathroom.More Information
is a delightful traditional and most comfortable Highland crofthouse which stands in its own landscaped gardens in the north of Skye, with wonderful views in one direction across the Sound of Raasay to the island of Rona, and in the other to the Trotternish Ridge and the Quiraing.More Information
Taigh Ùr offers a spacious self-catering flat accommodating 1 - 4 people, with one double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a main living area, kitchen and a shower/bathroom/toilet. The main living area looks out to spectacular views of the Black Cuillin.
The flat is fully furnished. There is a TV, video, HiFi with CD, gas cooker, electric oven, fridge, microwave, washer and tumble dryer. All sheets, bedding and kitchen utensils are provided.
Pets Welcome. Non-smokers only pleaseMore Information
Tarnershiel is known as "the house on the hill" commanding one of the most outstanding views in the Western Isles. Eight miles from Dunvegan Castle, the house is substantial, offering four bedrooms, including two doubles and two with bunk beds.
With views of the Cuillins, guests can also walk from Tarnershiel across the causeway to Oronsay.More Information
It offers the best of both worlds, as it is in a secluded location but also within eight minutes walking distance from the centre of Portree, the main village on the Isle of Skye.
Ideal choice for those who wish to explore the island during the day, with the option in the evening to either relax or enjoy the traditional nightlife of Portree.More Information
Completely refurbished in 2003, Teeny's Cottage is a very comfortable base for your holiday on the Isle of Skye. Set in a quiet and peaceful location overlooking Loch Snizort with views of the Outer Hebrides. Set well back from the road with ample private parking and outside seating or play area. Two bedrooms, lounge, shower room, modern kitchen, oil fired central heating and double glazed windows, Teeny's Cottage will keep you cosy whatever time of year you choose your holiday.More Information
This detached 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, it is 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.More Information
Tides Reach's superb position, sitting alone just a few feet above the water's edge on the rocky shore of the bay, affords the cottage a seclusion and sense of adventure.
It is a converted-croft cottage, within walking distance of restaurant/bar and with panoramic views across to Isleornsay village and The Sound of Sleat from its pretty garden and long comfortable conservatory/sitting-room. Oyster-catchers, herons, seals, deer and even otters are occasionally seen.
Pets welcome by arrangement. No TV reception.More Information
This 18th century cottage sits on the shore in the hamlet of Dunan. From its spectacular setting it overlooks the Isle of Scalpay with views of Raasay and Ben Tianavaig to the north. Its secluded position makes it ideal for wildlife watching. Otters, seals, dolphins and sea eagles have all been seen from the house.
Shops, restaurants and medical facilities are 5 miles away in Broadford. Portree, the capital of the island, is 20 miles to the north.More Information
We are located in the south of Skye on the shores of Broadford Bay, enjoying spectacular unrestricted sea views. The cottage provides a cosy and relaxing base to explore the beautiful Isle of Skye.
Sleeps up to six people. Children welcome. Walking distance to local pubs and restaurants.More Information
Tigh Dhomhnuill is a traditional croft house built in 1890, recently renovated, on Camas Croise Bay. It is a cosy cottage with magnificent views to the Knoydart hills, and it stands in a large fenced garden (furniture) which borders the shore of the Bay - a veritable suntrap in the summer months - with a tiny burn separating it from the single-track (tarmac) access road.
Both oil central heating and open-fire are included. Bed-linen is included. Towels can be hired. Pets are welcome.More Information
'Tigh Eachainn' is a croft house suitable for large groups. The house has magnificent views of the islands of Scalpay, Pabay and Raasay, and it's only a short walk from the golden sands of Ashaig beach.
There are lawns at the front and the back of the house where the children can play. There are 2 decks from which to admire the view.
Indoors there you cosy up in front of a log fire in the lounge which has Sky+ widescreen TV, DVD player and Wi-Fi.More Information
The Rowans at Portnalong offers a comfortable guest annexe with a double/twin bedroom, shower room, fully fitted kitchen/diner and its own entrance. Breakfast is self-serve, we provide food for packed lunches, and evening meals are available by arrangement. There is plenty of parking space and undercover shelter for bikes and motorbikes. Local shop and pub. No smoking or pets allowed. Only 8 miles from Sligachan, The Rowans is ideal for walkers and climbers, or just a relaxing break.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 na Cairidh (Gaelic for house on the fish trap) 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.
Easy access to the whole island as well as being convenient for a host of pubs, restaurants, shops and other facilities.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 Roisin is a luxury cottage sleeping a maximum of 6. There is 1 king-sized bedroom and 2 single rooms with pullout beds which convert to doubles / twins. The main bedroom has an ensuite shower-room and there is a bathroom upstairs and wet-room downstairs.
This very comfortable cottage is furnished with attention to every detail. It has oak furniture throughout, and has a cosy wood-burning stove, Wi-Fi and internet "smart" TV (iPlayer, video on demand) with Freeview.More Information
Tigh a'Rudha translated from the Gaelic means House on the Point. This lovely traditional highland croft house stands on the very edge of the sea in one of Skye's most secluded glens. Nestled beneath the mountains Ben Aslak and Sgurr na Coinnich, Kylerhea is a wildlife paradise. Otters, seals, deer and eagles are amongst the abundant wildlife to be seen.
Entrance porch; cosy sitting room, fully equipped kitchen / dining room; bathroom 2 bedrooms.
Centrally heated. All linen, towels, electricity included.More Information
Tigh na Mara sleeps 5: 1 double, 1 twin, and 1 single bedroom. Bathroom, and shower room, and fully fitted kitchen and dinning room. Enclosed garden and parking. All linen and electricty included.
The lounge has an open fire and the house is fully centrally heated. The sun lounge overlooks Loch Dunvegan with stunning views to the outer Isles.
Pets on request.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
This 33 foot caravan provides one large double bedroom (with wash hand basin), a main living area with bed settee and bench seats, a kitchen and a shower room/toilet. The main living area looks out to spectacular views of the Isle of Eigg and Blaven. Suitable for 1-4 people with space to accommodate an extra 2 guests if required.
There is a TV, video, gas fire, gas cooker/oven, fridge and microwave. All sheets, bedding and kitchen utensils are provided. Pets are welcome.More Information
Trotternish Ridge View is an extremely bright and spacious, fully fitted, modern detached bungalow.
All facilities are on the ground floor: lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room, 3 bedrooms - 1 x 5ft kingsize with ensuite shower room with toilet, 1 double, 1 single, and 1 bathroom.More Information
Situated on the shore, in half an acre of garden, Waterside Cottage is a detached former crofting cottage with bags of character and charm. It has 4 bedrooms (3 with sea views), 3 bathrooms and comfortably sleeps 8. A cosy wood burning stove makes winter stays as enjoyable as summer ones. The family-friendly Hebridean Hotel is 2 minutes walk away and the shops and cafes of Broadford are within 1 mile. There is lockable storage for bikes and at high tide you can launch kayaks from the garden.More Information
Willowbank Cottage is a luxury centrally heated 2 bedroom house standing in its own grounds set in a quiet and peaceful location. The lounge with its patio doors out to elevated decking has an unsurpassed view of Loch Portree, Ben Tianavaig, and the Cuillins.
All bed rooms have flat screen TV-DVD player, electric blankets and hair-dryers.
The cottage is within 5 minutes walk of the centre of Portee.More Information
Both Cottage (sleeps 4) and Apartment (sleeps 2) provide modern luxury accommodation, with spacious ensuite double / twin rooms, uninterrupted loch views, fully fitted kitchen / diner and lounge, wifi access, enclosed garden and private parking.
Varied walks from village. Much wildlife. Wonderful sunsets. Excellent restaurants close by. Traditional music locally.More Information
Aird Cottage is a traditional croft house located on the most northerly point on Skye's Trotternish Peninsula. Totally refurbished in 2009 with a sun lounge added for you to relax and enjoy the spectacular views across Kilmaluag Bay, and to the Scottish mainland.
The cottage is fully equipped to make the most of your stay and although in a tranquil spot, is within easy access of Uig, Staffin, and the island's capital, Portree, and all areas of interest you may wish to visit.More Information
It stands in its own large garden, with views across the Sound of Sleat to Beinn Sgritheal and is very well placed for exploring the length and breadth of this magical island.More Information
The Bijou Hideaway is a cosy self-catering studio for two situated in the quiet crofting community of Lower Breakish. Surrounded by stunning views, it makes an ideal retreat for relaxing after a day's touring or more extreme activities. The beach is 5 minutes walk and there is a coastal path which takes you to the local village of Broadford.
The studio is equipped with zip and link beds, so you have the choice of twin or double occupancy. Kitchen area, shower room, TV and DVD.More Information
Boat Builders Cottage is a traditional style Highland cottage dating back to the 19th century. Located in the peaceful beachfront township of Waterloo, the cottage sleeps 4-6 and has Wi-Fi internet access.
Enjoy walks on the sandy beach and spot the local wildlife on nearby walking paths. Being only 15 mins walk from the main supermarket and shops, you can use your car as little as you feel like. Perfect for outdoor lovers and those with dogs.More Information
Well-appointed and comfortably furnished with heating in all rooms it occupies an elevated position above the single-track Braes Road (B883) overlooking the beautiful Sound of Raasay.More Information
Recently totally refurbished, it is both comfortable and well-appointed. The accommodation includes an open-plan kitchen/lounge-diner, along with a shower room and beautiful bedroom upstairs which can be double or twin, therefore ideal for a couple or 2 friends. Set within a glorious garden which has featured on TV.More Information
The cottage dates back to 1920 and has been completely renovated in recent years. Garden area has panoramic views and garden furniture.More Information
Bridgend Cottage is a charming cosy traditional cottage, with all the modern amenities required for a peaceful and relaxing family break. An ideal base for exploring Skye with wonderful views of the sea and mountains beyond.
Within easy walking distance of local restaurants and pubs you can enjoy an evening out or make use of the small garden to fire up the BBQ ... midges permitting!
Family orientated, Bridgend has a digital TV package, free wi-fi and Wii console for the kids.More Information
Fitted to a very high standard to include freeview tv, dvd, ipod dock, kingsize bed, underfloor heating and whirlpool bath. The large panoramic window in the lounge gives stunning views over the Red Cullin and Broadford Bay. Sprung mattress sofa-bed in lounge if friends want to share. Private decking area with barbecue at rear of property.More Information
Bruchlas is a beautiful self catering home on the Isle of Skye. Found in the small community of Teangue on Skye's Sleat peninsula, this stunning architect-designed house has amazing views across the sea to the mainland.
Very comfortable thoughout. It has three bedrooms (one twin, one double, one twin / double), two bathrooms, and an open plan kitchen / living room with wood burning stove. It is open all year.
It is a short walk to a beach and is a great place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.More Information
Burnside Cottage is a lovely traditional two bedroom cottage, that sleeps 4 people and is situated in the village of Broadford at the south end of the Isle of Skye. The cottage is centrally located in the village with easy access to local shops and pubs.
The cottage is situated near the Sleat peninsula, "the Garden of Skye" and the Cuillin Mountains. These rugged mountains are world famous for climbers and a haven for walkers.More Information
Situated in Skeabost Bridge it is 6 miles from Portree where all usual facilities are available. it is ideally placed to explore northern and central Skye or further a field. Easy access to sea trips fishing walking horse riding and golf wildlife and bird watching.More Information
The Cabin is a brand new turf-roofed eco house overlooking Isle Ornsay and the mountains of Kintail and Knoydart from a stunning, private shoreside location. State-of-the-art technology and materials have been used to blend environmentally friendly living with modern design and 5-star luxury.
Otters, dolphins and a myriad of bird species can be seen by simply standing on The Cabin's decks and taking the time to look.More Information
Great as a base for touring or for outdoor activities, this modern house sleeps up to 8 guests in 3 bedrooms and comprises a fully fitted kitchen / dining room with patio doors leading out to an area of decking, and a lounge with cosy wood burning stove. House not usually troubled by midges. Open all year.More Information
Two independent croft cottages near Ardvasar, with spectacular views across the Sound of Sleat to the hills of Knoydart on the mainland and to Mallaig. The surrounding area provides rugged shores, sandy beaches, moorland and forest walks and is suited for outdoor activities, fishing, hill walking and sightseeing.
Good eating places in the area include hotels, restaurants, and take-away outlets offering local sea foods. There are village stores, post offices, craft shops, petrol, garage facilities and taxis in the area.More Information
This very comfortable, traditional croft house has a wonderfully secluded position some 7 miles from Portree on the magical island of Skye. Standing quite alone in its own large, enclosed garden, it has glorious sea views from all windows. It is, in short, a perfect retreat to relax and unwind, while at the same time being very centrally situated to enjoy the many scenic delights that await you here.More Information
Open plan kitchen with washing machine, lounge with comfortable furniture, fire,laptop with free internet access,TV DVD,VCR,HIFI and dining area.
Double bedroom with TV and radio, large wardrobe and matching furniture. Free leisure equipment. Spacious bathroom with shower and bath.
Accommodates two people only.More Information
In a most beautiful situation just north of Dunvegan on Skye and within walking distance of the famous Coral Beaches, Claigan House is a substantial detached house set peacefully among pretty gardens, totally secluded and with no passing traffic.More Information
Escape to the beauty and tranquility of the Isle of Skye, with the Estate at Clan Donald Skye providing a wonderful backdrop for your holiday. As well as the museum, gardens and Stables Restaurant the estate can also organise activities such as quad biking and clay pigeon shooting, or of course you can just relax and enjoy the spectacular views and tranquillity. The 4 star lodges are equipped to the highest standard to ensure that your stay in Skye is a true home-from-home.More Information
Cnoc an Theine sleeps 6 comfortably (two doubles/one twin). Spectacular views across the Sound of Sleat, and to Rhum, Eigg and Muck. Cosy spacious living room with wood burning stove and fully equipped kitchen. Large bathroom with walk in shower, also shower room on the upper level. Disabled friendly provision for access and toilet facilities.
Set in its own grounds, with an intimate feel and sense of seclusion, an ideal place for a holiday stay with total peace and tranquillity.More Information