A stunning detached cottage in a scenic setting commanding fabulous sea and mountain views, situated in the friendly crofting township of Kensaleyre, seven miles Portree on the magical Isle of Skye.
This wonderful Skye cottage is luxuriously appointed throughout and is ideal for families or groups of friends who wish to explore this beautiful island.
Set on one level, this Portree cottage offers three spacious bedrooms with one having en-suite facilities, and it also boasts a large open plan living area with well-equipped kitchen/breakfast bar, a dining area with French doors opening out onto the patio and two comfortable sitting areas, one with a woodburning stove and one with leather reclining chairs from where you can admire the fabulous views.
The delightful patio at the front of this Portree cottage is a perfect spot to enjoy alfresco dining or an early evening glass of wine, whilst you await a wonderful sunset!
This Skye cottage is ideally located just 7 miles from the vibrant capital town of Portree and also 7 miles from the ferry port and pretty village of Uig.
From your Skye cottage follow the road around the top of the Trotternish Peninsula, passing through an array of pretty crofting townships and Staffin with its lovely sandy beach.
Alternatively stop off at the dramatic Quiraing mountain range, for a day's walking in the unspoilt beauty that the Isle of Skye is famed for.
This Skye cottage is an excellent base to explore all that there is to see and do on this superb island.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with TV and en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin with TV and Jack-and-Jill access to bathroom, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area and two sitting areas, one with woodburning stove. Utility.
About the location
Fort William 108 miles; Inverness 113 miles.
Set round its natural harbour on the stunning and tranquil Isle of Skye, charming Portree boasts an excellent range of shops, hotels and restaurants. Cultural attractions are plentiful; the Aros Centre is well worth a visit with its programme of concerts, theatre and cinema. Sports enthusiasts are also well catered for, with sea kayaking, rock-climbing and a good choice of well-marked walks. The rock formations are particularly spectacular; Trotternish Ridge stretches for 31km of continuous cliffs, with many fantastic rock forms and pinnacles. Dunvegan Castle and the Talisker Distillery Visitor Centre are just two more reasons to visit this magical isle.
Note: This property does not accept children under 10 years, inc. infants.