Dunvegan 8 miles.
Spectacularly located on the shore of Loch Greshornish next to a working fishery, this first floor apartment in a refurbished boathouse offers breathtaking views across the loch and the stunning Skye mountains. With its rural waterside setting, this Isle of Skye self-catering apartment is the ideal place from which to explore this mystical island. This self-catering apartment on Skye is situated above the boathouse itself, with direct access to the water. The sitting room boasts a lovely view across the loch from the gable end window - keep your eyes open for passing seals! A double bedroom and bathroom complete this cosy Isle of Skye self-catering accommodation. Edinbane village, 4.5 miles away, offers a village shop, hotel and pottery shop, while Dunvegan, just a few miles further on from your Isle of Skye self-catering apartment, is the main village in the area and boasts hotels, shops and restaurants. After a visit to Dunvegan Castle you must take the boat trip to see the seals basking on a nearby island. Skye offers breathtaking scenery, spectacular walking and an abundance of wildlife. This is truly an ideal Skye self-catering apartment and location for a tranquil holiday.
Electric storage heaters with wall-mounted electric panel heater in sitting room. Electric cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine, portable TV (no signal, for playing videos and DVDs only), DVD player, selection of videos and DVDs. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Hotel with restaurant 5 mins walk (seasonal, check opening times, booking essential). Pub and shop 4.5 miles. Working fish farm is within close proximity of the property.
All first floor.
One double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Sitting room with dining area, woodburning stove and single sofa bed.
Set on the north-west of the famous Isle of Skye, the village of Dunvegan is a quirky mixture of traditional stone dwellings and modern houses. With a wide selection of shops and hotels, Dunvegan is only a mile from the thirteenth century castle home of the Clan Macleod â who are said to have had dealings with the "wee folk" at the Fairy Bridge. Also in the area - with fantastic rock forms and pinnacles - are the Cuillin Mountains, which many climbers consider some of the best in the country. The Aros Centre provides a wide variety of concerts, theatre and cinema throughout the year and is well worth a visit, whilst Portree, the island's only town boasts and excellent range of shops, restaurants and hotels, as well as a picturesque natural harbour.