Portree 6 miles.
This pleasant, semi-detached cottage overlooks the stunning Lock Snizort Beag, 6 miles from the town of Portree on the Isle of Skye.
With its beautifully remote location, Carn Liath is the perfect stay for a group of friends and family to have relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle.
Step up into the cottage with a homely sitting room to your right, it hosts comfortable sofas, a TV and a warming electric fire to make those cold nights just that bit cosier.
Further down the fresh hallway sits a rustic, country cottage-style kitchen diner with a large dining table, characterful dresser and a well-equipped kitchen area with high quality appliances.
You get a choice of relaxing areas with this property as there is also a delightful snug room with plenty of cosy seating and a fire.
The ground floor also offers two charming, well-presented bedrooms and a family bathroom with stylish tiling and a whirlpool bath.
The first floor of Carn Liath is under the sloping ceiling, velux windows light up the 3 splendid bedrooms which are accompanied by excellent views.
The interior of the property is topped off with a light and bright games room which is home to a small snooker table, perfect for a rainy day.
To the front and back of the cottage there is spacious lawned gardens for you to make the most of in the sunny weather.
Portree comes a short drive away, it offers a fine range of amenities as well as a stunning harbour.
Carn Liath is a splendid cottage in a great secluded location.
Five bedrooms: 1 x ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor double, 1 x ground floor twin, 2 x first floor single. Ground floor bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with electric fire. Snug room with electric fire. Games room with pool table.
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.