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Reraig Beag

Sleeps 4
2 dogs
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom

Lying 150 yards from the shore of Lochalsh, guests may fish and enjoy this south-west facing, detached holiday bungalow.. 3 steps to entrance. All on the ground floor.

Living room: With TV and DVD player.

Kitchen/dining room: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge and washer/dryer.

Bedroom 1: With double bed.

Bedroom 2: With twin beds.

Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.

Separate toilet.. Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Garden with chairs. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.. Detached bungalow facing south-west, 150 yards from the shore of Lochalsh where one may fish. Kyle of Lochalsh 3½ miles, the crossing point for the Isle of Skye. Wooded hills offer many walks of varying length and views to Skye and Kylrhea. Locally, visit the Brochs at Glenelg via the Mam Ratagan Pass with views to the ‘Five Sisters of Kintail’ and Balmacara Woodland Walk (National Trust). Day trip to Skye or Inverewe Gardens (National Trust). Sailing and boat trips available at Plockton, 5 miles distant. A perfect country holiday escape. Shop 150 yards.

There are 3 steps to the entrance of this property. Up to two dogs only.

 

 

 

 

Features

Satellite TV
Parking Available
Detached
Garden / Patio
Rural
Waterside
Bungalow
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
TV
Washing Machine
Coastal

Reviews

“Underrated 10 in all areas!!The property itself is absolutely immaculate!! The kitchen is very well equipped 3 bedrooms with quality beds and bedding to match The owners actually live next door and you wont find nicer people. Situated down a quiet country lane its very quiet indeed, the lawned garden is enormous and beautifully maintained, great for kids & dogs etc..Skye bridge is 5 minutes away, Plockton is just 5 miles awayCoop just down the road etc.. great base to start fromone minor negative or positive depending on your view point, no WiFi which is down to BT not the ownerswe actually spoke with our teenage daughters in the evening which made a welcome change.Overall its probably the best place we have stayed in over the years and in my opinion somewhat underpriced for the standard of the property inside and out.”
— Paul, 30 July 2022
“Everything was just as we expected in this lovely holiday let. Our hosts were very welcoming and helpful without being intrusive. We would recommend Reraig Beag to any of our friends without hesitation .”
— Sharon, 27 June 2022
“The cottage is clean and very well appointed and has a beautiful garden behind it. It also has a busy campsite in front of it, which came as a bit of a surprise. Fortunately the site was pretty quiet, probably because it was an exceptionally rainy week. The double bed was not as comfortable as we'd like new mattress needed perhaps However the rest of the furnishings were good, and the kitchen was very well equipped apart from the lack of a dishwasher. The TV was very temperamental and on the occasions we wanted to watch anything we relied on the DVDs we had brought with us. The lack of WiFi puzzled us, given that we were yards from the camp site which evidently had good connections and WiFi would have been useful since the telephone signal is virtually nonexistent. Nice Spar up the road and a good Coop in Lochalsh and the Skye Bridge is a delight. I am fully aware of Covid issues we are both in our seventies and very careful but I still don't understand why we need to be chucked out at 9 am when we are two people in a cottage which can accommodate a family of five and two pets surely if there is time to clean up after them between 9 and 5 then there would be more than enough time to clean up after us, even if we left at 10 But a good week.”
— Clare, 22 May 2022
“Excellent place to take a break. Could not be better.This sadly could be my last time in the Scottish Highlands.I am now in my Eighties and a widower.My first visit was in 1963 and many more have followed.Took two days travelling from Nottinghamshire; ought to be looking three days now.”
— Brian, 5 April 2022
“It was the second time we'd been to Reraig Beag , having enjoyed a super holiday there 23 years ago. We'd looked forward to going in April, but of course were prevented from doing so by the Scottish Covid rules and simply transferred the booking to September. It didn't disappoint this time, either, and even the weather was quite good. There's always a welcome at Reraig, and it's one of the best cottages we've visited over the years. We are used to camping etc, so anything indoors is a bonus, and the standard of the accommodation at Reraig is particularly high; there's plenty of room, it's warm and comfortable, and there are a few little extras to make you feel at home. It's convenient for the mountains of KintailGlen Shiel, Applecross, even Skye is not too far (Sligachan, for example, is less than 30 miles away).Thanks once more to Duncan and Tina, we had a great week and would like to return one day.”
— Simon, 25 September 2021
“We had the most brilliant holiday at Reraig Beag. The cottage is comfortably equipped, beautifully presented and the owners were really friendly and helpful, without being intrusive. They offered ideas for local walks and places to visit and were very helpful.The location is brilliant very close to the Skye Bridge and other attractions on the mainland.The Spa at the end of the road stocks essentials, which is very convenient.I would highly recommend Reraig Beag, and hope to visit again in the future.”
— Rachel, 18 September 2021
“Wonderful week at Reraig Beag, it could not have been more enjoyable. The owners live next door, were perfect handsoff hosts and very helpful with local information. The cottage was spotlessly clean, extremely well organised and very comfortable. Its in a glorious spot with great scenery, challenging mountain ridges and not so challenging walks; magnificent cycling opportunities and amazing sightseeing on the Isle of Skye and, the Jewel of the Highlands, Plockton all within easy reach. Thanks for making it all possible.”
— Norman, 10 September 2021
“Fantastic location, with great people. Cottage was spotlessly clean, with everything in really good working order. The local Spar has pretty much everything you need, with Kyle just 5 minutes up the road. Hosts were great and were there if we needed them. There is no Internet access and patchy Mobile data, but that was not an issue, it was just great to get away with the family and ditch the devices.”
— Andy, 23 August 2021
“Finally, after nearly two years ( covid blah blah ) we got here. It was well worth the wait. A beautiful cottage, spotlessly clean with everything we wanted. Importantly, the beds were firm and supportive ( which for us is very important ) A bad night's sleep can ruin your holiday !! The owner is a mind of local knowledge finding us plenty local walks. The fishing was challenging to say the least. Shallow waters and seaweed being a problem. We did find a good spot about 5 miles away with deep water but very strong tides. We did manage to tempt a Spotted Dogfish to the bank. Also, a small loch up in the hills saw small trout on the fly. Back to the cottage. Quietly sited behind the caravan park, a great base for day trips out. A well stocked Spar shop is 250 yards away and a local barpub is even closer. My only gripe is there was no bbq to use. We would definitely return to the cottage given a chance. A lovely part of the world to visit.”
— BRIAN, 14 July 2021
“A lovely warm and comfortable cottage with everything you could wish for. Have given a 9 for value as I think the charge of £30 per dog is a little much.”
— Margaret, 1 June 2021

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