The magic of Skye is evident in the stunning views from Husabost Croft. This traditional holiday croft, with its sizeable extension, is two miles from Glendale, overlooking Loch Dunvegan towards Coral Beach. It sleeps four people in two double bedrooms, comfortably accommodating couples, families and friends. Walk for miles through this incredible landscape, go fishing, hiking, climbing and mountain biking. Seals, dolphins and a wealth of birds thrive in the environment, making Skye an ideal holiday destination for anyone who loves nature, big sky views, and a respite from the noise, pollution and stress of modern lifestyles.
This modern holiday home on the Isle of Skye was designed to make the most of its incredible location and breathtaking views. It's only half a mile from the edge of Loch Dunvegan, with views over the water towards the castle. Spend happy days walking, cycling, fishing, mountain biking and visiting attractions like the Skye Museum of Island Life and Dunvegan Castle. The two-bedroom, two-bathroom holiday home sleeps four people and is perfect for couples, families or friends.
Who wouldn't want to escape to the breathtaking Isle of Skye? The Sheiling Skye is a gorgeous wooden cabin built using eco-friendly materials and techniques to respect the natural beauty of its surroundings. It's on a working croft, surrounded by 18 private acres of land with far-reaching views over Loch Dunvegan to the Waternish Peninsula, Dunvegan Castle and Coral Beach. The one-bedroom holiday cottage has everything couples need for a romantic escape, including handmade toiletries and high-quality Egyptian cotton bed linen. Skye is renowned for the quality of its mountain walks, climbing, and spectacularly clear night skies with views of the Northern Lights.
Set in a secluded spot with breathtaking sea and mountain views, this stunning six bedroom holiday house, sleeping twelve guests, is perfect for families and friends looking for a peaceful self-catering holiday on the Isle of Skye. Originally built in the 18th century as the dower house of Dunvegan Castle, Uiginish Lodge has been recently renovated to create a beautiful light and airy holiday home. With a cosy wood burning stove, sociable open plan living areas and homely antique furniture, it is the perfect spot to return to after a day hiking in the hills. Alternatively, just sit back, relax and enjoy this very special house.