Dunvegan 5 miles.
This traditional semi-detached stone cottage on the Isle of Skye is in a truly peaceful setting in Greshornish, 2 miles from Edinbane, commanding stunning views over Loch Greshornish and the surrounding hills and glens.
Set on a 2500-acre working livestock farm, this Skye cottage has been restored to provide well-equipped and comfortable accommodation for all guests.
Outdoor and fishing enthusiasts at this Skye cottage will enjoy taking advantage of the traditional wooden boats available for use on nearby Loch na Stapaig (Apr to Sep) - the owner's private loch which is well stocked with brown trout.
Please be aware life jackets are not provided and if needed, guests will need to provide their own.
Guests are also welcome to try their hand at fly fishing for wild salmon in the Red Burn river.
The area surrounding this Skye cottage has much to offer in the way of wildlife; take a look out of the window to catch a glimpse of the renowned sea eagle or take a two minute stroll to the seashore to spot the elusive sea otter.
This charming Skye cottage retreat provides an ideal base from which to experience the local Gaidhlig culture and discover Skye's many visitor attractions, walk the hills, explore the spectacular coastline or simply relax and unwind in the tranquillity of the surroundings.
Note: This property is opposite Ref. 11384 and together they can accommodate 9 people.
All ground floor.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
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.