An immaculately-presented, traditional stone cottage, located in the historic Skye village of Dunvegan, surrounded by wonderful scenery.
Luxuriously appointed throughout with great attention to detail, this Dunvegan cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends who want to share a wonderful holiday together and soak up the tranquillity and beauty of the magical Isle of Skye.
With accommodation over two floors, this cosy, stone Skye cottage successfully combines traditional charm with contemporary style.
Your Skye holiday home offers deceptively spacious accommodation, with a generously proportioned ground floor double bedroom with en-suite shower room, plus two first floor bedrooms and a shower room.
There is a tastefully furnished and comfortable sitting room in your Dunvegan cottage, with a warming multi-fuel stove for those chillier evenings, along with a very well-equipped kitchen/dining room.
A large garden surrounds this Skye cottage and there are lovely views across Loch Dunvegan with Macleod's Tables forming a dramatic backdrop, and views to The Cuillins to the front.
The village of Dunvegan has good local amenities and during the summer months there are lively pubs playing Highland music.
Dunvegan is a great base for touring the island and whether you are interested in history, wildlife, walking, climbing or simply relaxing, it's all here in abundance.
Young or old, this stunning Skye cottage will be a perfect holiday base for all.
Three bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x eaves king-size double, 1 x eaves twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove.
About the location
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, and are said to have had dealings with the "wee folk" at the Fairy Bridge. Also in the area are the Cuillin 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 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.