3.7★ Good Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 7 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Cot available Highchair available Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 9 Customer Reviews "Nice place on holiday for family, quite area beautiful view." Missing only seats and grill in the garden. Reviewed by NorbertApr 2022 "The cottage was nice ." ..... facilities were good Reviewed by MarkNov 2021 "The cottage is in need of tlc." Cleaning not done very well at all. Dishwasher full on arrival.Garden lawn not cut for ages so our dog couldn't use it. Also experienced nearly all day power cut, caused by the electric key not been entered correctly! To be honnest this is the first time we have been disappointed by a cottage we booked via your website, so hoping this is just a one off... Reviewed by AmelieOct 2021 "Although the house met all our expectations." The garden proved to be unusable overly long grass absolutely full of Dog poo. We travelled with our dog and selected this property because of the garden. We were forced to take the dog off site where we could clean up after him. Clearly previous visitors had not respected the policy of cleaning up after your pet. I would be very concerned if families with young children stayed at this property. Reviewed by PaulSep 2021 "Had read previous reviews regarding long grass, which we didn’t see as a problem but the previous occupants dog mess in the grass and on the path certainly was." Was quite excited to find a tin of shortbread in the living room but turned out the tin just contained the packaging and a few crumbs ( presume also from the previous occupants ). Boiler was not working when we arrived late on Friday night so no hot water for showers after a 12 hour journey. A phone call to the caretaker resulted in instructions how to restart the boiler which I then had to do on a daily basis during our holiday. In general the cottage is very dated and is in need of TLC which is a real shame as the cottage is in a fantastic location with wonderful sea views and has so much potential. Reviewed by AndrewSep 2021 "The cottage was lovely and it is in a beautiful location, however, the garden was completely unusable due to the length of the grass which had not been cut for a very long time." We contacted the caretaker who explained that their usual gardener was currently unable to work due to a recent operation. Not having use of the garden was quite an annoyance as we had our dog with us. If we'd had young children with us, the state of the garden would have had a much bigger negative impact. The garden is an important feature when we are choosing a cottage. I would have expected to have been informed if it was not usable. Reviewed by MaureenJul 2021 "The cottage is located in the most perfect position." However, what let it down was the garden. The grass was that long we could not use the space. We booked this property as we were bringing our two dogs and wanted an enclosed space for them. The space was not able to be used. This was very disappointing. We addressed this with the property manager and was told that the gardener had had to have an operation. I feel that the property manager could have completed this task. The decor is tired and could do with updating. Reviewed by JoanneJul 2021 "The experience of booking was excellent, very easy and personalised." I had bad experiences at a number of other firms but Sykes were excellent all the way through the process. The pre arrival information was very thorough and helpful. The property is located in a wonderfully rural setting overlooking the sea and it would be easy to not see another person or car all day. When we went in May we had 20 hours of sunshine, fabulous sunsets and fields full of orchids and birdsong. Trumpan church is 400metres away, a wonderfully evocative place. A long trip right to the edge of the UK but worth every mile and every penny Reviewed by MattMay 2021 "We booked this house very late after enjoying the previous week at a cottage further north." The house sits at the very end of the Waternish peninsular on Skye and thus is remote is served by narrow but perfectly usable roads. The nearest shop is about 25/30 minutes away in Dunvegan but that was explained in the description so no surprises The nearest supermarket in in Portree which is approaching an hour away The location is staggering with uninterrupted and full panoramic views across the Minch to all the Hebrides IslandS The house has all the facilities needed including a full laundry. It was toasty warm, with plenty of hot water.,the beds were comfortable with nice bedding and all the towels were fluffy and new There was even a spa bath There was a TV and WiFi whilst a bit patch was adequate There were only two of us in residence and we only really used the two downstairs double bedrooms. I fact we rarely ventured upstairs except to admire the view, there were two further bedrooms and a toilet / Shower on the top floor The only negative and it is only marginal is that some of the decor and fixtures in the house are a little tired Notwithstanding the is a lovely place to spend time ,it is spacious and it could easily accommodate a much larger group than we were. This was our first ever visit to Skye and we had some trepidation about it’s infamous weather. We were incredibly lucky in only having one poorish day for the rest of the time we witnessed fair and sometimes excellent weather and witnessed some of the more magnificent scenery this country has offer. Cannot rate Skye highly enough We are no experts but we saw Golden and Sea Eagles from the house. Remarkable If you really want a motoring adventure on Skye try the road to Kylerhea ferry from Bradford and cross the world unique turntable ferry. The road approaching is narrow, steep with dizzying drops and blind corners, it is a bit scary but what an experience The road away from the ferry in the other direction is much more manageable but with astounding views Reviewed by KevinMay 2021 Show more Summary Four bedrooms: 2 x ground-floor doubles, 1 x twin, 1 x single Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC Ground-floor bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room with woodburning stove. Oil central heating Gas Range cooker with electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, tumble dryer, TV and WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Cot, highchair and stairgate available Off-road parking for three cars Lawn garden Two well-behaved pets welcome Sorry, no smoking allowed Pub within 4.9 miles, shop within 12 miles The property Boasting captivating views across the sea and towards the majestic Outer Hebrides, located in the North West of Skye is this wonderful retreat, Hebdridean View. Enjoying an isolated position, this spacious accommodation is the ideal base for a family seeking a peaceful getaway, or simply to immerse themselves in all that this corner of Scotland has to offer. After soaking up the stunning surroundings, be welcomed into the porch where you can kick off your walking shoes before relaxing into your evening. Step into the kitchen, where a Range cooker invites you in to rustle up a delicious home-cooked meal that can be enjoyed with your loved ones amidst, a perfect spot for planning the day as you tuck into a heart-warming meal. Beyond here is the sitting room, where you can look forward to getting cosy on the plush sofa with a good book in hand, with the woodburning stove offering a sense of tranquility during the winter months. As the evening draws to a close, be spoilt for choice by the sleeping accommodation that awaits you, designed to ensure a flexible sleeping arrangement to suit the needs of your group. On the ground floor you will find two double bedrooms, whilst upstairs there are two further bedrooms, comprising of a twin bedroom and a single bedroom. To the outside there is a wonderful garden area, where your canine companions are welcome to roam as you enjoy your morning coffee whilst soaking up the views further. If you can tear yourself away from this wonderful retreat, head to the nearby Stein Inn - the oldest pub in Skye, or venture further afield to the village of Dunvegan where you will find all the necessary amenities, as well as the famous Three Chimneys Restaurant. The Cullin Mountains are close by, offering a magnitude of walks amidst spectacular scenery whilst the town of Portree is a scenic drive away where Sea Eagle trips are available. Hebdridean View is a superb base for a family holiday to this scenic part of Scotland. View on map About the location DUNVEGAN Portree 22 miles. The village of Dunvegan is set in the north west of Skye and contains a mixture of traditional stone and modern houses, along with a selection of shops and hotels. About a mile from the village is Dunvegan Castle, home to the Clan MacLeod, who have continuously occupied the castle since the 13th century. Only four miles away is the famous Three Chimneys Restaurant, a must for all foodies, and just a 10 minute walk away is the very popular Old School Restaurant, also worth a visit. Also in the area are the Cullin Mountains with their fantastic rock forms and pinnacles, which many climbers would put at the top of their list. Other attractions on the Isle are plentiful - visit the Talisker Distillery or Portree, the island’s only town, set around its natural harbour, which boasts an excellent range of shops, hotels and restaurants, and also offers Sea Eagle trips from the pier, which are extremely popular.