Dunvegan 7 miles.
A charming, detached, whitewashed stone cottage, located in the crofting settlement of Totaig, on the north west tip of the magical Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Boasting fabulous panoramic sea views, this Skye cottage is ideal for small families or for groups of friends wishing to explore the unspoilt and dramatic beauty of the island.
There are two charming bedrooms in this Skye cottage, a ground floor double and a first floor twin room, both with en-suite facilities.
The well-equipped kitchen, with its dining area, is a bright and social space where guests can admire the glorious surrounding views, while enjoying delicious home-cooked meals!
On the first floor of this Skye cottage, you will find a stylish sitting room.
With its oak flooring, French pine walls and a welcoming woodburning stove, it really is a place for utter relaxation.
Sit outside in the large, natural garden that surrounds this Skye cottage.
The seating area offers total privacy and is strategically placed to make the most of the breathtaking sea views.
The nearby hamlet of Husabost is also a crofting settlement and part of a larger area known as Glendale, boasting a range of diverse craft outlets.
Visit Skye Silver for that special gift or perhaps Skye Weavers for some beautiful handwoven scarves.
The famous village of Dunvegan is a short drive away and during the summer months showcases lively music in the local pubs there.
Of course, a visit to the famous Dunvegan Castle and a walk along the amazing Claigan Coral Beach are highly recommended!
With its stunning, unspoilt landscapes The Isle of Skye is also a haven for nature lovers with its amazing array of wildlife.
This Skye cottage truly does offer a wonderful base for friends and families, wishing to explore this Scottish island!
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. 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.
Note: This property is not suitable for children under the age of 8.