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Places to stay in Plockton

Places to stay in Plockton
Your own piece of tranquility in our Little Skye Bothy, with outstanding views to the loch and the mountains. The pod has kitchen facilities, 2 ring hob and microwave (no oven). Tea, coffee and sugar are provided. There is a shower room, an ottoman double bed and a sofa bed for an extra guest. There is an oil filled heater, table and chairs, TV for watching DVD's (there is no signal for local or national channels) and wifi is available
This pod is situated to make the most of the beautiful views and for privacy. You can lie in bed while enjoying the view or sit on the decking enjoying the scenery and wildlife
Heaste is a little hidden gem situated on the shores of Loch Eishort, 5 miles along a single track road from Broadford. There are several working crofts and creel fishing boats working from the loch. Heaste continues many of the older traditions of Skye such as peat cutting. There is a sea eagle nesting in the trees across the loch. There are walks to Boreraig (a highland clearance village). There are stunning views over to the Sleat peninsula and knoydart.
  • Nicky was outstanding and so was her bothy. She was more than accommodating gave us recommendations where to eat every night and even turned the heater on before our arrival. The bothy itself was perfection and the best stay we had our entire trip.

    Regina2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Love this place the view was amazing and it was quiet perfect for a couple getaway

    Stephanie2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful bothy with lots of sweet little touches. It felt immediately like home. Incredible views to wake up and have breakfast to. Thanks Nicky!

    Gianna2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • The Skye Bothy was amazing. It had all the amenities you could want, was lovely and warm, even in February with amazing views. Kirsty was wonderful and extremely helpful and accommodating. Thank you so much for a beautiful stay, Bec and Josh x

    India2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • The little bothy is a lovely, unique place to stay. It's beautiful and Nicky's hospitality was the best part - she was always reachable via text for any questions (and she was nice enough to welcome us with a bottle of Prosecco and call restaurants both evenings we were there so we knew where we could go and eat - both places were SO yummy as well). Visiting in February was not the best month (we had Storm Dennis raging around us and the weather was mostly terrible), but we were snug in the bothy, even if the heating was a little weird to regulate (even though Nicky clearly showed us how to use it, we kept over/under heating the place - our fault though!). Visiting when it's mostly good weather would definitely be divine - the long-ish drive from the main road in Broadford to the bothy was a little scary at times when there was heavy fog, but all OK if you drive slowly and carefully. It's amazing how thoughtfully Nicky has laid out the place - it's tiny, but has so many amenities and even some little games (which we took advantage of) and a kitchen. Highly recommended.

    Claire2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic little spot on the isle of skye. Everything about the cabin is perfect!Lovely, warm and with fantastic views!

    Thomas2020-02-08T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect little getaway for yourself and another! Gorgeous views and a tasteful little bothy that'll keep you warm from the cold that Scotland can bring. Highly recommend to anyone that wants to see more of what Skye has to offer. Nicky is also a wonderful host.

    Danni2020-02-06T00:00:00Z
  • Can’t recommend this place enough! Absolutely beautiful, well thought out, has everything you need for a few days and close to broadford. Such a special place to stay :) Lovely and cosy during a storm too!

    Katherine2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Broadford, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The Blacksmith's bothy is a traditional black house with thick lime washed stone walls. These compliment a modern kitchen and wood burning stove. Set in a peaceful location, the building is over 100 years old. It is surrounded by croft land and spectacular cliff top walks. Situated very close to Spar cave and 5 minutes drive to Elgol. A private, screened deck area and hot tub is adjacent to the bothy with sea views through a wooded glade. Perfect as a romantic retreat.
    The Blacksmith's bothy is a renovated traditional old blackhouse bursting with character. You will find a bright clean space containing a brand new kitchen, a dining area, rocking chair, state of the art CD player music system with a wide variety of music, a battery operated DVD player and selection of films as well as a beautiful bespoke day bed so you can be cosy and comfortable in front of the wood burning stove whether having a romantic evening or relaxing during the day. The house is decorated to reflect the owners passions for art. Some of the prints are the owners own work. There is also a display of blacksmith tools from his own workshop. Creative workshops are available by request if booked in advance but the bothy is a completely private space for you to enjoy and relax. The kitchen is equipped for you to fully self cater and contains a microwave, a fridge and two electric hobs. There is also a kettle , toaster and a cafetière for coffee. You will not however find an oven, a grill or a freezer. We want to make you aware of this so you can plan your shopping. There is a small ice box which would fit one or two items only. Adjacent to the bothy you will find a raised deck area with a wood fired hot tub lit with fairy lights and optional insect screening. Also you can enjoy dining out at a table with two chairs and a bbq. A selection of wetsuits are available to borrow should you wish to swim in the sea at the bottom of the croft.
    Glasnakille is a spectacular secluded village in South Skye with commanding views over Loch Slapin towards the Sleat Peninsula. There are also views of the small isles of Eigg and Rum nearby. `The mountains of knoydart can be seen in the distance. There are very quiet roads on which it is possible to walk or jog. You can walk the coastal path to Kilmarie which then takes you into Camasunary bay and the heart of the Cuillin . It is possible to have a quiet stroll or a big adventure without even taking the car. However Elgol is a five minute drive away with its famous boat trips to Loch Coruisk. Stunning views of the Cuillin can be seen along with walks to Prince Charlie's cave and amazing honeycomb cliffs near the pier. Glasnakille is home of spar cave, a 50metre long cave which can only be accessed at low tide. It has a fascinating flowstone staircase contained within it. Our nearest supermarket is 15 miles away. The co operative supermarket in Broadford is open till ten pm. This is also where you will find a 24 hour petrol station. However our area is remote and peaceful and there are no shops or restaurants or pubs within walking distance. We believe this just adds to its charm however. Bookings can be made for evening meals at Coruisk house in Elgol but these need to be made well in advance.
  • James is an amazing host, so friendly and hospitable. Location is beautiful and the bothy is stunning. 5 star🌟

    Charlotte2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • The bothy is a beautiful, quaint and cosy space situated in a remote yet accessible location. The surrounding scenery and trails are breathtaking and the wood burning stove and hot tub made this an unforgettable stay. James was quick to respond to any questions and was extremely friendly and inviting. Highly recommended.

    Conor2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay! Lovely views and plenty of local walks near, very peaceful and relaxing. Was good to have the log burner with the cold weather would definately go back.

    Craig2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • The bothy is in a lovely remote part of Skye. Very cosy. James really went out of his way to make sure I had everything I needed. 😊 thanks!

    Tula2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stay!

    Sam2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • A beautifully cosy space perfectly suited to an island adventure on stunning Skye. Would definitely book again 😊

    Lisa2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic, secluded place to stay in an out of the way place with lovely scenery. Log burner was lovely after being out in the rain all day! James was a great host and very friendly, his directions were easy to follow and we found it with no problem. Go well prepared and stock up with food, nearest shops are 30 mins away in winter months! Would recommend for a restful, away from it all, few days.

    Jane2020-01-24T00:00:00Z
  • James's place was wonderful. We wanted peace and quiet and that was exactly what we got. We arrived in the dark so didn't see much of the view from the drive down. But the following day was a real treat! The directions to the Bothy were clear and precise and we found it in the dark with very little trouble. Logs and kindling were plentiful, so each evening we had a fire and heated up the hot tub twice. The shower and toilet were very clean and only a short walk away from the Bothy. A great place to stay, fantastic location and well worth the drive from the village.

    Sarah-Jane2020-01-20T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    By Elgol, United Kingdom

    Ploughman's Rest is situated in the beautiful village of Torrin with stunning views of Blaven and the Red Cuillins. Torrin is 7 miles from the main village Broadford where you can find the local shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. A great place to get an early start for adventures into the cuillins and boat trips into Loch Courisk and the Small Isles.
    Stunning views of Blaven and Loch Slapin.
  • Very good stay, superb view!

    Oriane2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice place, right on the Isle of Skye. Magnificent view. Very attentive host, breakfast provided, and even milk and sliced bread. We recommend this place!

    Jennifer2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • The house does not look like much, but it is spacious and comfortable, well heated. The view is superb. Torrin is very pleasant, not far from Broadfort and Elgol, we had a very pleasant stay.

    Claude2020-03-08T00:00:00Z
  • Well located on the Isle of Skye with an awesome view. Very friendly host. Would recommend to go to this place for sure !

    Geneviève2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • The Ploughman's Rest was a perfect place to spend the night while exploring Skye. Super clean and cozy, in a beautiful location, and had everything we needed. Would definitely stay here again!

    Dan2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Ruarie is a great host. He was very flexibele and reacts quick on Messages via Airbnb. My girlfriend and i stayed there for 2 nights and it was great. A good place to start your adventures on the Isle of Skye!

    Bo2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • It is a little cabin in a town far from everything, it has incredible views from the window. The cabin is very clean and you have all the comforts, we went in the middle of winter and we were very comfortable. We recommend it!

    Alba2020-02-23T00:00:00Z
  • Incredible farm man and gorgeus appartment. Astonishing views from a so cute appartment. Location is top. 100% reccommenadable.

    Bernat2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Tiny house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Torrin, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Tiny house2 beds
    Ploughman's Rest
    Price:$79 SGD/night
    527 reviews
    Superhost
    Clachan Bed & Breakfast as the name suggests, is situated on the opposite side of the road from the hugely popular and vibrant Clachan Bar. Opened in 2014 to rave reviews, Clachan B&B has enjoyed an excellent first year with many delighted guests.
    Clachan B&B offers exclusive privacy for guests in a self contained detached building. The rooms are provided with a substantial continental breakfast that can be enjoyed in the convenience of the room or on the decked area outside. To book a second room, please check our other listing on Airbnb. The main features include king size bed with 1500 pocket sprung mattress, 10.5kw power shower with air-boost technology, complimentary toiletries, LED bathroom mirror with demister and shaver socket, free wired/wireless Internet, 32" wall mounted Smart TV with full Internet features e.g. BBC i Player, Netflix etc., multi-room sound with MP3 amplifier, wireless heating, fridge, hairdryer, Tea & Coffee making facilities.
    Stunning local scenery of Eilean Donan Castle, the Cuillin Ridge on Skye, The Five Sisters of Kintail and the meeting of Loch Loch, Loch Duich and Loch Alsh.
  • Had a wonderful time here in Dornie! The accommodation was truly spotless, cozy, lovely decorated and it has everything one might need. It is perfectly located for anyone who wants to visit the famous Eilean Donan Castle (it is less than a 5 minute walk, you can't get any closer than this) or travel further, for example to the Isle of Skye where I've been myself. The surroundings are gorgeous as well, so if you like to walk/hike or simply enjoy spending time in nature you won't be disappointed. Vivienne, the hostess, was outstanding! Very friendly, warm, helpful and quick to respond to messages. Thank you for the fantastic stay, won't hesitate to come back again in the future if I get the chance :)

    Jessica2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • Clean and fully equipped. Great view and good value compared to nearby air bandb’s

    Charles And Jeanette2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend this place to stay

    Roger2020-02-29T00:00:00Z
  • Clean and cozy

    Iain2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • This B and B is a stones throw from Eilean Donan and an excellent jumping off point to the Isle of Skye. There are petrol stations near by however, there is a lack of options for dining. Unfortunately the pub owned by the B and B was closed for the remainder of the year however there is a small hotel restaurant 1 min away. Don’t let this deter you, excellent space!

    David2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Great location near the Eileen Donan castle on the way to Skye. The room was very clean and warm, which was much appreciated after driving in the storm.

    Arafath2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • The village is so delicious and the room perfectly clean and tidy. The breakfast is very good and Vivienne is a very attentive host. I really felt at home.

    Arianna2019-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • I loved this B&B! It’s small and cozy and in a perfect location. In close proximity to the Eilean Donan Castle so you can visit in the daylight and go back to see it lit up at night. The Clachan Bar was shut down for the season, but we were able to grab a bite to eat at the Dornie Hotel right next to us. The food was superb! Vivienne supplied our room with goodies so when we showed up our first day starving, we had access to croissants, meat and cheese right away. Toast, cereal, juice and milk were the right start the next morning. We spent one night because Dornie is so close to Isle of Skye. We spent the next night on Skye then returned to the Clachan B&B for a second stay. Great choice...just like seeing an old friend. You won’t regret staying here!!!

    Tracy2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Dornie, United Kingdom

    The chalet was stylishly refurbished in 2016. With 45m of floor space and a 35m decking area it sleeps 2 in comfort and luxury. The chalet is in an elevated position and offers stunning views over beautiful Loch Kishorn and the Applecross hills.
    Craigellachie Chalet is your perfect highland escape with incredible views of the Applecross hills and Loch Kishorn. It's just the place to relax and unwind while you watch ever-changing weather and tides...
    CRAIGELLACHIE CHALET ACHINTRAID KISHORN WESTER ROSS IV54 8XB This is a selection of activities and information that may offer some inspiration and ideas. It is not comprehensive and we will try to update it regularly based on feedback. Please note, many activities will be closed or may operate reduced hours during the winter season (typically October – Easter). Adventure Activities •Mountain & Sea Guides, Applecross – Sea kayak trips, guided hillwalking and mountaineering trips . •Martin Moran Mountaineering, Lochcarron – Guided mountaineering courses . Beaches •There's a stone and sand beach right in front of the chalet in Achintraid (it's a lot bigger when the tide's out!) full of mussels, cockles and oyster shells. •There is a broad sandy beach at Applecross. •The beach at Sand, 3 miles north of Applecross is better, this is where the BBC series “Monty Halls’ Great Escape” was filmed and “Beachcomber Cottage” is still there. •There is a pretty pebble beach at “smugglers Cove” about 3 miles from Lochcarron, 500m west of Strome Castle. Please be careful if swimming as currents can be strong. •Between Poolewe and Ullapool there are several fabulous beaches including Firemore, Mellon Charles, Mellon Udrigle, Gruinard and Little Gruinard. • There is a lovely coral (white sand) beach 4 miles south of Applecross near Ard Dhubh – park near the Ard Dhubh turning and follow the signposted (and sometimes muddy!) footpath for 1.5 miles to Coillegillie. •There is another coral beach 3 miles north of Dunvegan Castle in Skye. •There is a pretty sandy beach at Redpoint, south of Badachro near Gairloch and just north of Gairloch there is a big sandy beach known as Big Sand! Boat Trips •Calum’s Seal Trips - Wildlife cruises from Plockton . •Torridon Sea Tours – wildlife cruises and trips to Rona from beautiful Shieldaig Harbour •Seaprobe Atlantis – Glass bottom boat wildlife cruises from Kyle of Lochalsh . •Bella Jane , AquaXplore or Misty Isle – are all Boat trips from Elgol on Skye to Loch Coruisk in the heart of the Cuillins. •MV Stardust – Fishing and wildlife cruises from Portree, Skye . •Seafari – Whale and wildlife cruises from Armadale, Skye . •Hebridean Whale Cruises from Gairloch Harbour . •Summer Queen – Cruise the Summer Isles from Ullapool . Breakfast The chalet is self-catering and so breakfast is not provided but there is a full kitchen to make your own or try: •Bealach Café - coffee, cakes and sandwiches at the turnoff to Applecross (2 miles away). •Waterside Café, Lochcarron – for big hearty breakfasts. •Lochcarron Hotel, Lochcarron – all day breakfasts and coffee. Castles •There is a ruined castle at North Strome, 3 miles west of Lochcarron which offers beautiful views to Plockton and Skye. •Eilean Donan castle at Dornie is one of the most iconic and romantic images of Scotland. •Dunvegan Castle in Skye is the seat of the chiefs of the clan MacLeod and home to the mysterious ‘Fairy Flag’. Distilleries •The closest distilleries are Muir of Ord where they make Glenord whisky or Carbost on Skye where Talisker is made. Both have visitor centres although Talisker is much more scenic. Diving •5 Bells Diving operate diver training and dive trips in and around Loch Carron . Driving The driving is beautiful in every direction but these are a few suggestions: •Drive over the Bealach Na Ba (the Pass of the Cattle) to Applecross for lunch at the Applecross Inn - we recommend you go early as it gets busy in peak season. Either drive back the same route (2 hours return + lunch) or take the coastal road north from Applecross and return via Shieldaig (add an hour). •Drive to Shieldaig and explore the pretty little village, then on to Torridon (2 hours return) and possibly out to the pier and road end at Diabaig (add an hour). Try the Gille Brighde restaurant at Diabaig – it’s a pleasant surprise in such a remote location. It is also an option to return via Kinlochewe and Achnasheen (add an hour). •Drive to Badachro for lunch at the Badachro Inn or to visit Redpoint Beach, drive there via Shieldaig and return via Achnasheen (4 hours return). Extend to a full day by exploring Gairloch area. •Drive to Portree on Skye, to explore the harbour and village (about 4 hours return). Extend with trips to Eilean Donan Castle or Talisker Distillery. •Drive to Glenelg and explore the well preserved Brochs (Iron age buildings) and continue to Sandaig where Gavin Maxwell’s “Ring of Bright Water” was based. Lunch at the atmospheric Glenelg Inn and return via the tiny ferry to Kylerhea on Skye and back across the Skye Bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh (about 4 hours depending on ferry times). •Drive anywhere in North Skye it’s all beautiful! (It’s about 2½ hours to Uig). We particularly like the area east of Uig – around The Quiraing and Kilt Rock. Eating In •Buy local scallops and fish from Applecross Smokehouse, Kenmore, Applecross. •Buy smoked salmon and pates at Torridon Smokehouse, Shieldaig. •Lochcarron Spar also has a good range of local produce. •Or relax and let local chef Alison Hewitt at the Kishorn Kitchen cater for you in the chalet with fresh, local ingredients. Eating Out •Bealach Café - soup and sandwiches at the turnoff to Applecross (2 miles away). •Kishorn Seafood Bar, Kishorn (1 mile) – local seafood to eat in or take away in a relaxed setting. Outdoor tables are a spectacular setting on a sunny day. •Waterside Café, Lochcarron – for big breakfasts and simple, good-value main meals. •Bistro, Lochcarron – open in the evening day for quality home dinners (Thu-Sun only in off-peak season). •Lochcarron Hotel, Lochcarron – open all day for bar or restaurant meals, large menu and daily specials on blackboard. •Strathcarron Hotel, Strathcarron (9 miles) – good bar food in a traditional hotel. •Carron Restaurant, Strathcarron (10 miles) – fine dining on the opposite side of the loch from Lochcarron. Call to book. •Shieldaig Pub, Shieldaig (9 miles) – large bar/restaurant menu with fresh local produce (esp. seafood) and fantastic outdoor seating area upstairs (a must if the weather is good). •Applecross Inn, Applecross (13 miles) – famous pub with excellent menu reached over a breathtaking mountain pass. Can get very busy. •Walled Garden, Applecross (13 miles) – good food, informal setting, avoid the crowds at the Applecross Inn. •Torridon Hotel, Torridon (15 miles) – fine, formal dining at a beautiful hotel. •The Inn at Torridon, Torridon (15 miles) – bar meals in the pub next door to the Torridon Hotel. •Plockton Hotel, Plockton (24 miles) – good food in a cosy bar. •Plockton Inn, Plockton (24 miles) – recommended by guests. •Gillie Brighde, Diabaig, (27 miles) – great little restaurant ‘at the end of the road’ – literally! Call for opening times. •Kinloch Lodge, Sleat, Skye (40 miles) – Awarded a Michelin Stars 2010-2017. Call to book. •Badachro Inn, Badachro (43 miles) – a great drive for a lazy lunch. Combine with a walk on Redpoint Beach or a trip to Gairloch. •Arriba Café, Portree (63 miles) – a relaxing café with an interesting menu if you’re in Portree. •Seaforth Takeaway, Ullapool (73 miles) – take your award winning fish and chips out to eat on the pier and watch the fishing boats and ferries. •Ceilidh Place, Ullapool (73 miles) – slightly eccentric Ullapool tradition combining a bookshop, an art gallery, a café, a bar and a restaurant in one extended building. People either love it or just don’t get it! We love it. •Three Chimneys, Colbost, Skye (80 miles) – exceptional dining in multi award winning, Michelin-starred restaurant. Book ahead. Fishing •In summer, try the pier in Toscaig, south of Applecross, for mackerel. •For salmon and trout fishing, pick up a leaflet locally or in the Chalet. •The Spar shop in Lochcarron sells a selection of fishing tackle. Gardens •Attadale Gardens – Spectacular West Coast garden. •Inerewe Garden - Premier Scottish garden with exotic plants from around the world. •The Hydroponicum, Achiltibuie – An array of plants growing in an indoor garden without soil. Golf •Lochcarron Golf Course – 9-hole course in magnificent location by the shore of Loch Carron. (Club hire is available and golfing attire/shoes are not necessary). •Gairloch Golf Club – A challenging and scenic 9-hole course set on the shore of Loch Gairloch. •Ullapool Golf Course – A professionally designed 9-hole course. Horse Riding •Highland Pony Trekking at Glenshiel, 34 miles south •Isle of Skye Trekking Centre is in the north of Skye, 73 miles north west •Gairloch Trekking Centre in Gairloch, 42 miles north Indoor Activities •Gillian Pattinson has a gallery with a selection of local art 50m up the hill from the Chalet and there is another gallery at the boatshed 300m to the east of the Chalet. •Patterns of Light 1 mile away in Kishorn sells an interesting selection of arts, crafts and handiworks and is definitely worth a visit for your gift ideas. •Kyle of Lochalsh Leisure Centre, Swimming pool & gym. •Lochbroom Leisure Centre, Ullapool – Swimming pool, multi sports hall and fitness suite. •Poppy Gallery in the centre of the village displays paintings of local artist Caroline McCormack. •Lochcarron Weavers, Lochcarron – the world’s leading tartan manufacturer with the world’s largest range of authentic Scottish tartans. •Carron crafts and pottery on the opposite side of Loch Carron by Carron Restaurant. •Kyle Railway Museum at the Kyle of Lochalsh station has a display of historic railway memorabilia. •Applecross Historical Society Heritage Centre displays a record of the history of the area. •Gairloch Heritage Museum takes you on a journey through time showing how local people lived and worked in Gairloch through the ages. •Torridon Countryside Centre & Deer Museum has an interpretive display, a small shop and an audio-visual presentation on wildlife. •Ullapool Museum tells the story of Lochbroom, the land and its people, through a blend of traditional and multimedia displays. •Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve Visitor Centre has information on the nature reserve and a selection of trails in fabulous scenery. Rentals •Lochcarron Garage will rent mountain bikes. •Calum’s Seal Trips in Plockton rent canoes and boats. •Lochcarron Garage in Lochcarron rent cars. •Most of the national car hire companies operate from Inverness. Reraig Forest •Reraig forest is the sporting estate to the south (i.e. behind) the chalet and the owners are keen to make it as accessible as possible. Walking in the forest is encouraged and the friendly local gamekeeper (Colin) also offers Argo tours (in an all-terrain-vehicle) to get very, very close to the deer. Some of our guests have done this and it comes highly recommended. •Clay pigeon shooting and deer stalking can also be arranged. Sailing •Lochcarron sailing club Single Track Roads There are many miles of single track roads in the area so please follow the following guidelines to keep the ‘locals’ happy and you safe! •Stop at a passing place to let oncoming traffic pass. Who does the stopping is generally dictated by who is closest to the final passing place you approach. Don't drive past the final one in the face of an oncoming vehicle or you will be expected to reverse. •Only enter a passing place on your left. If the passing place is on your right, stop opposite it and let the oncoming vehicle enter the space. •Passing places are also there to enable traffic to overtake. Check your mirrors regularly and if there is a car behind you, please pull into the first available passing place on the left and stop to allow them to overtake. •Don’t park in passing spaces. •It is common practice for drivers to acknowledge each other with a small wave as you meet at a passing place to thank each other for the courtesy shown. •The roads are usually quiet and the scenery is always breathtaking, so relax and enjoy the drive, you’re on holiday! Shopping •The nearest bank is in Kyle of Lochalsh - although the Spar and Hotel in Lochcarron both offer 'cashback' with purchases. •Patterns of Light in Kishorn sells some super gifts. •The Spar in Lochcarron sells most of the daily essentials along with logs, coal, fishing tackle and a surprisingly well stocked hardware section upstairs. •The petrol station at Lochcarron Garage in the east end of the village sells a good range of food, milk and bread. •Tesco, Inverness (69 miles) is the nearest superstore. Inverness has a wide range of shops selling everything you could need. •Local seafood can be purchased at McIver Shellfish in Kenmore, Applecross and smoked salmon at the Loch Torridon Smokehouse in Shieldaig but there are a lot of fishermen locally - chiefly landing langoustine, crab and lobster so look out for roadside signs or ask around. Sport •Watch the traditional Highland sport of shinty played in Lochcarron most Saturdays. Taxis •Unfortunately, there is currently no taxi service in the local area. Trains •An exceptionally scenic train line connects Strathcarron to Inverness or Kyle of Lochalsh. Walking •There are an almost unlimited number of walks in the area. In Achintraid itself you can walk left (west) from the road in front of Craigellachie House to the road end and then onto the forestry track where there is a pretty view of Plockton and Skye at the end of the track (approx. 2 hours return). Alternatively, walk right 100m from the road by the Chalet and follow the signs for the hill paths above Achintraid. •A selection of walking books and maps will be provided in the chalet for your use. •There are several walking websites but Walkhighlands is one of the best and has many informative walks plus maps. Wildlife •Dolphins and porpoises can often be spotted in Loch Carron, and the seas between Kishorn and Skye. •Otters and seals are regularly spotted anywhere in Loch Kishorn. Any time of day is good for otter-spotting but it is easiest when the loch is calm, they have even been seen walking on the road in front of the Chalet. •Golden Eagles can be seen almost anywhere in the area but the glen between Lochcarron and Kishorn is a good bet. •Pine Marten frequent the whole area but can be tricky to spot although they do sometimes come into the garden. •Sea eagles (white tailed eagles) nest on Shieldaig Island and also in the cliffs around Portree and there is a cctv feed of the nest site at the Aros Centre just south of Portree. •There are red deer everywhere and they often come into the garden!
  • Absolutely beautiful place in a stunning setting! We saw deer and highland cow and had a lovely relaxing holiday. Would highly recommend, we travelled 20 hrs round trip and would 100% come back! Chalet is beautiful, super tidy with all the amenities you need!

    Terri2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • An idyllic location and the perfect getaway whether you’re wanting to cosy up inside for a peaceful break or get out and explore. You won’t be disappointed.

    James2020-02-28T00:00:00Z
  • A gorgeous, homely little chalet with all you need. Beautiful setting with a view across the loch to stunning hills. I thoroughly loved my time out in this place and would recommend.

    Rachel2020-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • A romantic place to stay

    晓丽2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Had an absolutely brilliant new year stay in the chalet, we brought all our own foid and the facilities and amenities supplied were fantastic. We loved it and would 100% recommend! Hope we can return soon!

    Michelle2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Breathtaking place. Peaceful and quiet lovely little chalet tucked away with a stunning view. I would highly recommend Neil’s and Carol’s hospitality.

    Da2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Neil and Carol were amazing hosts. The chalet is comfy, cosy and clean with spectacular views. A perfect spot to get away from it all and relax. Highly recommended!

    Hannah2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great hosts , very friendly , chalet was perfect in an amazing location , will be going back !

    Lee2019-11-26T00:00:00Z
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    Chalet


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Achintraid, United Kingdom

    Craigellachie Studio is boutique accommodation created from a converted artist studio with a seaside location and sensational views. Renovated in 2015 it offers a unique experience for couples and lovers...
    Craigellachie Studio is your own little piece of heaven on the seaside - with incredible views of the Applecross hills and right on the sea. You can hear the waves .....
    CRAIGELLACHIE STUDIO ACHINTRAID KISHORN WESTER ROSS IV54 8XB This is a selection of activities and information that may offer some inspiration and ideas. It is not comprehensive and we will try to update it regularly based on feedback. Please note, many activities will be closed or may operate reduced hours during the winter season (typically October – Easter). Adventure Activities •Mountain & Sea Guides, Applecross – Sea kayak trips, guided hillwalking and mountaineering trips . •Martin Moran Mountaineering, Lochcarron – Guided mountaineering courses . Beaches •There's a stone and sand beach right in front of the studio in Achintraid (it's a lot bigger when the tide's out!) full of mussels, cockles and oyster shells. •There is a broad sandy beach at Applecross. •The beach at Sand, 3 miles north of Applecross is better, this is where the BBC series “Monty Halls’ Great Escape” was filmed and “Beachcomber Cottage” is still there. •There is a pretty pebble beach at “smugglers Cove” about 3 miles from Lochcarron, 500m west of Strome Castle. Please be careful if swimming as currents can be strong. •Between Poolewe and Ullapool there are several fabulous beaches including Firemore, Mellon Charles, Mellon Udrigle, Gruinard and Little Gruinard. • There is a lovely coral (white sand) beach 4 miles south of Applecross near Ard Dhubh – park near the Ard Dhubh turning and follow the signposted (and sometimes muddy!) footpath for 1.5 miles to Coillegillie. •There is another coral beach 3 miles north of Dunvegan Castle in Skye. •There is a pretty sandy beach at Redpoint, south of Badachro near Gairloch and just north of Gairloch there is a big sandy beach known as Big Sand! Boat Trips •Calum’s Seal Trips - Wildlife cruises from Plockton . •Torridon Sea Tours – wildlife cruises and trips to Rona from beautiful Shieldaig Harbour •Seaprobe Atlantis – Glass bottom boat wildlife cruises from Kyle of Lochalsh . •Bella Jane , AquaXplore or Misty Isle – are all Boat trips from Elgol on Skye to Loch Coruisk in the heart of the Cuillins. •MV Stardust – Fishing and wildlife cruises from Portree, Skye . •Seafari – Whale and wildlife cruises from Armadale, Skye . •Hebridean Whale Cruises from Gairloch Harbour . •Summer Queen – Cruise the Summer Isles from Ullapool . Breakfast The Studio is self-catering and so breakfast is not provided but there is a full kitchen to make your own or try: •Bealach Café - coffee, cakes and sandwiches at the turnoff to Applecross (2 miles away). •Waterside Café, Lochcarron – for big hearty breakfasts. •Lochcarron Hotel, Lochcarron – all day breakfasts and coffee. Castles •There is a ruined castle at North Strome, 3 miles west of Lochcarron which offers beautiful views to Plockton and Skye. •Eilean Donan castle at Dornie is one of the most iconic and romantic images of Scotland. •Dunvegan Castle in Skye is the seat of the chiefs of the clan MacLeod and home to the mysterious ‘Fairy Flag’. Distilleries •The closest distilleries are Muir of Ord where they make Glenord whisky or Carbost on Skye where Talisker is made. Both have visitor centres although Talisker is much more scenic. Diving •5 Bells Diving operate diver training and dive trips in and around Loch Carron . Driving The driving is beautiful in every direction but these are a few suggestions: •Drive over the Bealach Na Ba (the Pass of the Cattle) to Applecross for lunch at the Applecross Inn - we recommend you go early as it gets busy in peak season. Either drive back the same route (2 hours return + lunch) or take the coastal road north from Applecross and return via Shieldaig (add an hour). •Drive to Shieldaig and explore the pretty little village, then on to Torridon (2 hours return) and possibly out to the pier and road end at Diabaig (add an hour). Try the Gille Brighde restaurant at Diabaig – it’s a pleasant surprise in such a remote location. It is also an option to return via Kinlochewe and Achnasheen (add an hour). •Drive to Badachro for lunch at the Badachro Inn or to visit Redpoint Beach, drive there via Shieldaig and return via Achnasheen (4 hours return). Extend to a full day by exploring Gairloch area. •Drive to Portree on Skye, to explore the harbour and village (about 4 hours return). Extend with trips to Eilean Donan Castle or Talisker Distillery. •Drive to Glenelg and explore the well preserved Brochs (Iron age buildings) and continue to Sandaig where Gavin Maxwell’s “Ring of Bright Water” was based. Lunch at the atmospheric Glenelg Inn and return via the tiny ferry to Kylerhea on Skye and back across the Skye Bridge to Kyle of Lochalsh (about 4 hours depending on ferry times). •Drive anywhere in North Skye it’s all beautiful! (It’s about 2½ hours to Uig). We particularly like the area east of Uig – around The Quiraing and Kilt Rock. Eating In •Buy local scallops and fish from Applecross Smokehouse, Kenmore, Applecross. •Buy smoked salmon and pates at Torridon Smokehouse, Shieldaig. •Lochcarron Spar also has a good range of local produce. •Or relax and let local chef Alison Hewitt at the Kishorn Kitchen cater for you in the Studio with fresh, local ingredients. Eating Out •Bealach Café - soup and sandwiches at the turnoff to Applecross (2 miles away). •Kishorn Seafood Bar, Kishorn (1 mile) – local seafood to eat in or take away in a relaxed setting. Outdoor tables are a spectacular setting on a sunny day. •Waterside Café, Lochcarron – for big breakfasts and simple, good-value main meals. •Bistro, Lochcarron – open in the evening day for quality home dinners (Thu-Sun only in off-peak season). •Lochcarron Hotel, Lochcarron – open all day for bar or restaurant meals, large menu and daily specials on blackboard. •Strathcarron Hotel, Strathcarron (9 miles) – good bar food in a traditional hotel. •Carron Restaurant, Strathcarron (10 miles) – fine dining on the opposite side of the loch from Lochcarron. Call to book. •Shieldaig Pub, Shieldaig (9 miles) – large bar/restaurant menu with fresh local produce (esp. seafood) and fantastic outdoor seating area upstairs (a must if the weather is good). •Applecross Inn, Applecross (13 miles) – famous pub with excellent menu reached over a breathtaking mountain pass. Can get very busy. •Walled Garden, Applecross (13 miles) – good food, informal setting, avoid the crowds at the Applecross Inn. •Torridon Hotel, Torridon (15 miles) – fine, formal dining at a beautiful hotel. •The Inn at Torridon, Torridon (15 miles) – bar meals in the pub next door to the Torridon Hotel. •Plockton Hotel, Plockton (24 miles) – good food in a cosy bar. •Plockton Inn, Plockton (24 miles) – recommended by guests. •Gillie Brighde, Diabaig, (27 miles) – great little restaurant ‘at the end of the road’ – literally! Call for opening times. •Kinloch Lodge, Sleat, Skye (40 miles) – Awarded a Michelin Stars 2010-2017. Call to book. •Badachro Inn, Badachro (43 miles) – a great drive for a lazy lunch. Combine with a walk on Redpoint Beach or a trip to Gairloch. •Arriba Café, Portree (63 miles) – a relaxing café with an interesting menu if you’re in Portree. •Seaforth Takeaway, Ullapool (73 miles) – take your award winning fish and chips out to eat on the pier and watch the fishing boats and ferries. •Ceilidh Place, Ullapool (73 miles) – slightly eccentric Ullapool tradition combining a bookshop, an art gallery, a café, a bar and a restaurant in one extended building. People either love it or just don’t get it! We love it. •Three Chimneys, Colbost, Skye (80 miles) – exceptional dining in multi award winning, Michelin-starred restaurant. Book ahead. Fishing •In summer, try the pier in Toscaig, south of Applecross, for mackerel. •For salmon and trout fishing, pick up a leaflet locally or in the Studio. •The Spar shop in Lochcarron sells a selection of fishing tackle. Gardens •Attadale Gardens – Spectacular West Coast garden. •Inerewe Garden - Premier Scottish garden with exotic plants from around the world. •The Hydroponicum, Achiltibuie – An array of plants growing in an indoor garden without soil. Golf •Lochcarron Golf Course – 9-hole course in magnificent location by the shore of Loch Carron. (Club hire is available and golfing attire/shoes are not necessary). •Gairloch Golf Club – A challenging and scenic 9-hole course set on the shore of Loch Gairloch. •Ullapool Golf Course – A professionally designed 9-hole course. Horse Riding •Highland Pony Trekking at Glenshiel, 34 miles south •Isle of Skye Trekking Centre is in the north of Skye, 73 miles north west •Gairloch Trekking Centre in Gairloch, 42 miles north Indoor Activities •Gillian Pattinson has a gallery with a selection of local art 50m up the hill from the Studio and there is another gallery at the boatshed 300m to the east of the Studio. •Patterns of Light 1 mile away in Kishorn sells an interesting selection of arts, crafts and handiworks and is definitely worth a visit for your gift ideas. •Kyle of Lochalsh Leisure Centre, Swimming pool & gym. •Lochbroom Leisure Centre, Ullapool – Swimming pool, multi sports hall and fitness suite. •Poppy Gallery in the centre of the village displays paintings of local artist Caroline McCormack. •Lochcarron Weavers, Lochcarron – the world’s leading tartan manufacturer with the world’s largest range of authentic Scottish tartans. •Carron crafts and pottery on the opposite side of Loch Carron by Carron Restaurant. •Kyle Railway Museum at the Kyle of Lochalsh station has a display of historic railway memorabilia. •Applecross Historical Society Heritage Centre displays a record of the history of the area. •Gairloch Heritage Museum takes you on a journey through time showing how local people lived and worked in Gairloch through the ages. •Torridon Countryside Centre & Deer Museum has an interpretive display, a small shop and an audio-visual presentation on wildlife. •Ullapool Museum tells the story of Lochbroom, the land and its people, through a blend of traditional and multimedia displays. •Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve Visitor Centre has information on the nature reserve and a selection of trails in fabulous scenery. Rentals •Lochcarron Garage will rent mountain bikes. •Calum’s Seal Trips in Plockton rent canoes and boats. •Lochcarron Garage in Lochcarron rent cars. •Most of the national car hire companies operate from Inverness. Reraig Forest •Reraig forest is the sporting estate to the south (i.e. behind) the Studio and the owners are keen to make it as accessible as possible. Walking in the forest is encouraged and the friendly local gamekeeper (Colin) also offers Argo tours (in an all-terrain-vehicle) to get very, very close to the deer. Some of our guests have done this and it comes highly recommended. •Clay pigeon shooting and deer stalking can also be arranged. Sailing •Lochcarron sailing club Single Track Roads There are many miles of single track roads in the area so please follow the following guidelines to keep the ‘locals’ happy and you safe! •Stop at a passing place to let oncoming traffic pass. Who does the stopping is generally dictated by who is closest to the final passing place you approach. Don't drive past the final one in the face of an oncoming vehicle or you will be expected to reverse. •Only enter a passing place on your left. If the passing place is on your right, stop opposite it and let the oncoming vehicle enter the space. •Passing places are also there to enable traffic to overtake. Check your mirrors regularly and if there is a car behind you, please pull into the first available passing place on the left and stop to allow them to overtake. •Don’t park in passing spaces. •It is common practice for drivers to acknowledge each other with a small wave as you meet at a passing place to thank each other for the courtesy shown. •The roads are usually quiet and the scenery is always breathtaking, so relax and enjoy the drive, you’re on holiday! Shopping •The nearest bank is in Kyle of Lochalsh - although the Spar and Hotel in Lochcarron both offer 'cashback' with purchases. •Patterns of Light in Kishorn sells some super gifts. •The Spar in Lochcarron sells most of the daily essentials along with logs, coal, fishing tackle and a surprisingly well stocked hardware section upstairs. •The petrol station at Lochcarron Garage in the east end of the village sells a good range of food, milk and bread. •Tesco, Inverness (69 miles) is the nearest superstore. Inverness has a wide range of shops selling everything you could need. •Local seafood can be purchased at McIver Shellfish in Kenmore, Applecross and smoked salmon at the Loch Torridon Smokehouse in Shieldaig but there are a lot of fishermen locally - chiefly landing langoustine, crab and lobster so look out for roadside signs or ask around. Sport •Watch the traditional Highland sport of shinty played in Lochcarron most Saturdays. Taxis •Unfortunately, there is currently no taxi service in the local area. Trains •An exceptionally scenic train line connects Strathcarron to Inverness or Kyle of Lochalsh. Walking •There are an almost unlimited number of walks in the area. In Achintraid itself you can walk left (west) from the road in front of Craigellachie House to the road end and then onto the forestry track where there is a pretty view of Plockton and Skye at the end of the track (approx. 2 hours return). Alternatively, walk right 100m from the road by the Studio and follow the signs for the hill paths above Achintraid. •A selection of walking books and maps will be provided in the Studio for your use. •There are several walking websites but Walkhighlands is one of the best and has many informative walks plus maps. Wildlife •Dolphins and porpoises can often be spotted in Loch Carron, and the seas between Kishorn and Skye. •Otters and seals are regularly spotted anywhere in Loch Kishorn. Any time of day is good for otter-spotting but it is easiest when the loch is calm, they have even been seen walking on the road in front of the Studio. •Golden Eagles can be seen almost anywhere in the area but the glen between Lochcarron and Kishorn is a good bet. •Pine Marten frequent the whole area but can be tricky to spot although they do sometimes come into the garden. •Sea eagles (white tailed eagles) nest on Shieldaig Island and also in the cliffs around Portree and there is a cctv feed of the nest site at the Aros Centre just south of Portree. •There are red deer everywhere and they often come into the garden!
  • A great little studio for two with a lovely view of loch and mountains. Close to lots of walks and beautiful scenery. Highly recommend driving the Bealach na Bah and coastal route and food at the Plockton Inn.

    Julie2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • Neil and Carol made Digby and I feel thoroughly welcome from the moment we arranged our booking, the communication was swift and considerate. Once we arrived at the Studio we were filled with delight at how whimsically beautiful the home is and all the thoughtful finishing touches that add just that extra bit of joy. My personal favourite was the painted oyster catcher waiting to usher us in on the steps. Plus, the amenities were unendingly well stocked and functional, Digby took extra delight at your garlic press because we are both fiends for the stuff. Also, I really appreciated the heart-shaped ice cubes preset in the fridge for use. Moreover, the book collection was greatly to our liking, if only we had spared more time for extra reading on our trip. Lastly, we could not wish for a more breathtaking location on the loch with the mountain views offering an astounding backdrop. I would highly recommend a wonderful holiday here, our stay was absolute bliss and I am certain that we will return :)

    Georgia2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing views! This is a well situated and pleasantly appointed space. Very comfortable! Fast and consistent wifi, which is not always the case in rentals in this region. The hosts made everything very simple and easy.

    Brennan2019-11-30T00:00:00Z
  • If you want peace quiet and amazing views from the livingroom window then this is the place for you

    Fraser2019-11-25T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay in this beautiful studio. Amazing views and brilliant access to Torridon hills. Definitely would stay here again.

    Roisin2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • The photos don't do the studio justice, it's a charming, really well equipped and cosy place to stay with an incredible view. Can't recommend it highly enough!

    Mark2019-10-25T00:00:00Z
  • Set in a stunning location this lovely studio was the perfect place to relax for the weekend. We would highly recommend.

    Carol2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • We had an amazing stay at Neil's place. It is the perfect base for exploring the Applecross peninsula and we hope to come back in the future.

    Aisling2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


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    2


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    1

    Achintraid, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Clachan Bed & Breakfast as the name suggests, is situated on the opposite side of the road from the hugely popular and vibrant Clachan Bar. Opened in 2014 to rave reviews, Clachan B&B had enjoyed an excellent first year with many delighted guests.
    Clachan B&B offers exclusive privacy for guests in a self contained detached building. The rooms are provided with a substantial continental breakfast that can be enjoyed in the convenience of the room or on the decked area outside. To book a second room, please check our other listing on Airbnb. The main features include king size bed with 1500 pocket sprung mattress, 10.5kw power shower with airboost technology, complimentary toiletries, LED bathroom mirror with demister and shaver socket, free wired/wireless Internet, 32" wall mounted Smart TV with full Internet features e.g. BBC iPlayer, (website hidden), Netflix etc., multi-room sound with MP3 amplifier, wireless heating, fridge, hairdryer, Tea & Coffee making facilities.
    Stunning local scenery of Eilean Donan Castle, the Cuillin Ridge on Skye, The Five Sisters of Kintail and the meeting of Loch Loch, Loch Duich and Loch Alsh.
  • The place is very nice, near eilan castle. The bed is Nice. The breakfast is Perfect.

    Marion2019-11-19T00:00:00Z
  • I was staying here as I was performing at a wedding at nearby Eilean Donan castle. This little B&B was great. Very private, spotlessly clean and made even more ideal by the fact that there’s a little fridge and kitchen appliances in the room, so people like myself who are unsociable at breakfast don’t have to stray far from bed to eat. I would not hesitate to stay here again or recommend it to anyone.

    Rich2019-11-14T00:00:00Z
  • Great place for a night's rest. Vivienne was great and had arranged what was required for us. Special place for us.

    Vigneshwaran2019-11-06T00:00:00Z
  • The room was spotless, warm and great value. Provided free wifi was also very useful. Ideally situated in the centre of the village for the shop and pub (hotel) Breakfast provided with lovely fresh orange juice/ cold meat/ cheese and bread. Cereal was also available. Would definitely stay again.

    David2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • All excellent. Very clean room, good communication. I would definitely go again.

    Mario2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Vivienne’s place was perfect for one night. Easy to find with the directions and to check in. Unfortunately the pub across the street was close but we had dinner at the Dornie hotel just on the other side of the road. The continental breakfast is prepared in advance and mostly made of industrial products but still generous. We really appreciated the location, only 10min walk to Eilan Donan castle !! We would recommend staying here!

    Marion2019-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice bed and breakfast in a great location in Dornie. The location is within walking distance of the Eilean Donan castle. Place is cozy and clean with very fast internet. Communication with the host was very prompt and Vivienne was very hospitable. Unfortunately, the Clachan Pub was closed for the season but dinner at the Dornie Hotel was great.

    Igor2019-10-08T00:00:00Z
  • Good place. Near to castle

    Margarita2019-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Dornie, United Kingdom

    Cladaich Lodge is a beautifully presented Luxury Eco Lodge situated on the shore Within 200 metres of the Plockton Shores Restaurant and Store, village pubs, cafes, shops, seal trips & craft shops It benefits from stunning and varying views of Loch Carron and Harbour Street of Plockton. The split-level decking is a real treat, it leads down to a quiet little shore where you can enjoy the water, perfect for outside dining or just relaxing and whiling away the day as the tide ebbs and flows
    Cladaich Lodge has been designed to maximise the special location it has, with large patio doors opening out on to the balcony/decking. It has been furnished to a high standard with high quality furniture and includes such extras as a Nespresso coffee machine, Amazon Echo and Smart TV. Underfloor heating is fitted throughout and there is a modern bathroom with a pressure shower. Although it is a one double bedroom property, there are also two sofa beds available in the good-sized lounge so comfortably accommodates up to four guests.
    Plockton is beautiful National Trust village which is known for it's good food, particularly The Plockton Shores Restaurant and Coffee Shop. There is also a craft shop, an art gallery, seal trips, fish and chip shop, a play park, stunning views and even a castle.
  • Had a great stay, really peaceful location with an amazing view and the lodge itself is very stylish.

    Helen2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic chalet with beautiful interior and exterior. Lovely hosts who met us on arrival and couldn't be more friendly. Plockton is a beautiful quaint village and the chalet is the perfect spot to stay. Thank you again to our hosts.

    Sara2020-03-10T00:00:00Z
  • Simply wonderful. Lodge and location are perfect. 11/10

    Alistair2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place to stay in a beautiful location. We loved staying here and our dog Jack loved it just as much. The lodge is pristine, comfortable and really well equipped - perfect for an escape to the highlands. We will definitely be back to enjoy that wonderful view! Thanks 😀

    William2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay! The lodge is a home from home with lovely touches and beautifully kept. The view is to die for! We were so sad to leave and already planning our return!

    Suzanne2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • The lodge is breathtakingly beautiful. Ian and Anne have put a lot of thought into everything their guests could possibly need and more. We stayed for 2-nights and we wished we could stay longer. Plockton is stunning and if you are looking for somewhere to stay, that is as stunning as it’s location, this is the place. Pure luxury.

    Lisa2020-02-13T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing modern cabin in the most beautiful waterfront position. Cabin has everything you need. Felt like a home away from home. Had such a relaxing and comfortable stay in this beautiful corner of Scotland. Great communication from hosts, we would thoroughly recommend! Thanks again.

    Graeme2020-02-11T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely loved our time at Ian and Anne's place and couldn't recommend it enough. It's in a beautiful setting with the inside of the house matching the beautiful outside. I'd also highly recommend getting yourself to the Plockton Inn for a few pints and taking a walk to the beach a few kilometres away.

    Alan2020-02-09T00:00:00Z
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    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Chalet


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom

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    In the heart of Plockton village our truly unique cottage "An Taigh Dubh" enjoys a central yet peaceful location close to the loch, just a short stroll to pubs, restaurants, shops or seal trips and Plockton’s beautiful scenery. Sleeping two in its open plan living/sleeping accommodation, it has a well equipped kitchen and a shower room, with modern comforts throughout. It is not only unique but just ideal, with the added bonus of its own off street parking, a rare find in Plockton.
    A unique opportunity to stay in a traditional Scottish thatched cottage in the village of Plockton. Traditional in construction outside but cosy inside and well equipped with modern comforts throughout. The cottage sleeps two in self contained studio style accommodation with an open plan living/dining/sleeping area. It can in addition accommodate a cot for a baby if required. The main bed is a sturdy stowaway double bed with metal action folding frame which converts to a sofa during the day. The cottage also has a fitted galley style kitchen, a shower room and laundry facilities. There is no additional charge for electricity or for use of the washer/dryer in the cottage. For cooking or dining in the cottage is well equipped, with ceramic hob, combination conventional/microwave oven and grill, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, kettle, toaster, coffee maker, slow cooker, pots pans, crockery, cutlery and glasses, and a welcome basket with a few treats! Laundry facilities in the cottage include an automatic washer/dryer, iron, ironing board and an outdoor drying area. The cottage also has a flat screen TV with built in DVD, coal effect electric fire, hairdryer and a range of books. Nestling in a quiet location in the heart of the village, our thatched cottage is a get away from it all retreat, yet close to all that Plockton has to offer. Just the perfect place to come home to at the end of the day after exploring this wonderful area, truly unique!
    We love Plockton's views of the water and mountains, sailing on the loch or going on Calum's seal trip from the harbour. Music nights in the Plockton Inn where the traditional Scottish music is second to none The village also has a good choice of excellent restaurants for dining out. Plockton is truly the jewel in the highlands!
  • A diamond in the heart of Highland jewelry! This historic little house is very comfortable and Linda and Ian are charming and very attentive hosts. Note that Plockton is served by a magnificent train which allows a traveler without a car like me to easily travel around. Superb stay.

    Philippe2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great location, lovely people :-)

    Nick2019-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • What can I say nothing prepared me for this place it was outstanding.....

    Lorna2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • Such an unusual and perfect experience! Set right in the midst of this gem of a village. Hosts extremely kind and helpful. You will love it

    Elaine2019-09-19T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cosy cottage with everything we needed in an idyllic location. Ian and Linda’s thatched cottage is very welcoming and on arrival, Ian showed us around both the cottage and gardens. The kitchen is fully equipped and they kindly provided a goodie basket too. The sofa bed is easy to use, plus an electric fire provides warmth. Be sure to wander up to the Carn na Frith-aird Viewpoint - spectacular views!

    Emma2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed for three nights at Plockton Thatched Cottage in mid-September 2019. It is a perfect place for a couple to get away from the 'tourist feeling' and yet be able to easily visit Skye, Kilchurn Castle, Galashiel, etc. We truly enjoyed our stay here. Just a couple of quick notes, so other visitors are not surprised. These are not complaints. The double bed is a pull-out sofa, but it was comfortable. Linda stated that she had recently added a pillow top mattress cover. The kitchen was well equipped, but, as we discovered most other places during our 3-week tour of Scotland, the cooking pans are Teflon, known to be carcinogenic. Otherwise, all was great - very clean, plenty of hot water, easy to be 'green' with separate recycling bins out the back door, easy and scenic access to Kyle of Lochalsh and Skye, a nice downtown in which to stroll and hear local music. Ian and Linda were great hosts, were not at all pesky, and we got on well. Definitely recommend it and would stay again.

    Robert2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • It was so wonderful! Plockton is such an idyllic place right by the water and the small cottage is just charming. Ian and Linda are great, cordial hosts and have provided us with many tips. We felt really comfortable from the first minute on and are happy to discover this pretty place. We will definitely be back if we are in Scotland again. Thank you very much!

    Anne-Kathrin2019-09-09T00:00:00Z
  • Myself and my wife wanted to have a last weekend away together before our wee boy arrives, all being well, and we couldn't have picked a more perfect place than the beautiful thatched cottage in Plockton. The Highland village of Plockton is our favourite place, we've visited many times but our few days in Ian and Linda's cottage were very special to us, the cottage is sparkling clean, so warm and cosy with all the comforts of home, we had the most relaxing time. The property is in a stunning location just two minutes walk from Harbour St. We could not recommend highly enough both the thatched cottage and Ian and Linda as the most warm and welcoming hosts. Perfect!

    Charlie2019-09-06T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Scotland, United Kingdom

    'The Sea View Apartment' is situated within the idyllic village of Plockton on the sheltered shores of Loch Carron. Located just 10 miles from the Isle of Skye bridge, the flat is well placed to explore all of what the West Highlands has to offer. You'll find the flat after making your way through the premises of a cafe/deli onto the private staircase and new home from home over the coming days. Please note our deli is seasonal and closed to trade during the winter months.
    'The Flat Above' is part of and extends from one of Plocktons oldest buildings - a 19th century cow shed. Upon entering and ascending the short well lit staircase, you'll find an open plan kitchen, living room and dining area facing the rear garden. The double and twin bedroom rooms are well equipped with freshly laundered towels, linen and beautifully exposed original stone walls with picturesque views onto Loch Carron and the surrounding hills. Throughout the apartment, you'll experience a light and relaxing environment suitable for couples, friends and small families a like...
  • Plockton is a picture perfect village, with wonderful walks to beaches, viewpoints and castles all from the apartment! The surrounding area is stunning and we had the perfect base to explore from. The apartment was comfortable, warm ( we were here during some incredible winter weather) and really nicely decorated. Séamus was great with communication and I would recommended this place wholeheartedly. Many thanks for a lovely stay! Gorgeous place and the area is absolutely outstandingly beautiful!

    Van Den Belt2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • A quirky and cosy wee flat - we really enjoyed our stay.

    Declan2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • Really happy to be at Seamus’s place! It is ideally located and lovely and Seamus knows how to welcome! I highly recommend for your Scottish trip!

    Edouard2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a wonderful family vacation at Séamus's place in Plockton! This was truly the most thoughtfully put together and cleanest Airbnb we've ever stayed at. Plockton is a charming town and great location to hikes and beautiful views. There's even a cute playground down the road overlooking the loch that our toddler loved.

    Samantha2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • Seamus is a very responsive host, and provided a bottle of welcome wine and some sparkling water which was a lovely touch!

    Helen2019-10-02T00:00:00Z
  • Seamus’ place is amazing, we had a fabulous stay and didn’t want to leave! From the very thoughtful touches (like the bottle of wine ☺️) through to being very accommodating and providing local area knowledge, we look forward to our next stay in Plockton. The location is fantastic and in a beautiful village. It was great also having a separate shower from bath for our very little children. A Very comfortable and attractive space. Thanks again!!!

    Tamara2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • The place is very awesome! I really loved this place. Unfortunately, there is only 1 restaurant (actually its a take-home shop) available nearby the house.

    Nicky2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent stay at the cute and cosy Sea View Apartment. Very comfortable with all the amenities needed for short and long stay. Description of the place was perfect. Communication with the host was very fluent and in a timely manner. Highly recommended stay.

    Daniel2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Small original croft house in the heart of the Highland village of Plockton. There are coral beaches and dramatic views from the many forest and hill walks. Perfect base for people wanting to explore the Isle of Skye, Applecross and the surrounding area. The croft comes with a fully equipped kitchenette and wet-room all with underfloor heating. Restaurants and local pubs within easy walking distant. The accommodation has its own driveway. Pets welcome. Basic groceries supplied.
  • We had a great stay; compact and cosy which is exactly what we wanted in proximity to the Isle of Skye for a long weekend away with our dog. We knew we were coming out of season and ran the risk of bad weather. We were prepared but did come during a storm. Julia’s place was perfect and we made full use of the drying cupboard under the stairs and benefitted from the underfloor heating! These small additions meant we could brave the elements but come back and have some relaxation time and get dried and warm and make full use of the kitchenette. Thanks for a great stay. Dan and Lee

    Lee2020-02-18T00:00:00Z
  • A perfect space to relax in amongst the quiet town of Plockton. You open the door and you step out to the view of the water and surrounding landscape. We enjoyed it very much using it as a base to explore the surrounding area and isle of Skye.

    Rachel2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic wee cottage, perfectly designed for two people and in a great location in the village. We stayed for a few days over New Year and it was lovely and cosy. Julia very helpful and check-in was easy. Definitely want to stay again.

    Catriona2020-01-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Good at Plockton Inn was extremely good. Under floor heating was a treat.

    Elaine2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic wee house , spotlessly clean, everything you need is provided , will be back

    Karen2019-11-02T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is small but perfectly formed and the location is excellent for exploring Skye as well as being blessed with fantastic local amenities. I'd highly recommend the Plockton Inn just two doors down and a walk to Coral beach.

    Peter2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • We would come back anytime. Plockton is beautiful!

    Britta2019-10-13T00:00:00Z
  • A great wee croft house in Plockton. Close to pubs/chippy/waterfront. Good location for exploring round about.

    Lou2019-09-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Highland, United Kingdom

    Our contemporary self-catering Bothy is fully equipped for an overnight stay. Essentials for breakfast and condiments for cooking. The Bothy stands at the rear of our main self -catering property "Plockton Shoreside". Sleeping 2 Adults in a luxury King size bed. Small but adequate wardrobe space and a cute en-suite shower. Nice comfortable lounge with large T.V screen. Dining for two including furniture for eating alfresco on the patio.
    The Bothy offers simple, contemporary, studio style accommodation and is comfortably suited for two. It is approximately a 23 second stroll from the shore. Refurbished to a high standard, The Bothy is the perfect base for a get-a-way to West Highlands & the Isle of Skye. Please note: The Bothy is situated directly behind Shoreside as it shares the same ground space. Shared access to both these properties are at the rear and by the car parking area. A high fence divides the properties giving some privacy. And therefore the Bothy does not share sea loch views...
    It is advisable to pre-book a table for eating out, particularly in the peak season! Plockton Inn serve speciality seafood. Plockton Hotel serve Local seafood, Highland beef and game and have a lovely undercover dining al fresco garden with spectacular views across the sea loch. Plockton Shores is a small store for essential groceries and has a café on the waterfront. For takeaway, Plockton has 2 fast food bars. The Co-op Supermarket is in Kyle Of Lochalsh, IV408BH and is 6 miles away. Plockton has a sheltered bay which attracts sailers every year. Fishing, sailing and sea kayaking are some of the water activities available. Useful web browsing: seakayakplockton - calumsealtrips - plockton-sailing and -plocktonboathire.
  • Excellent hosts, cannot thank them enough for looking after us.

    Campbell2020-01-19T00:00:00Z
  • a very clean and welcoming place. very central and do not need a car to go around. plockton is a beautifull village; well recommended to visit. good comunication from the host.

    Richard And Rachel2019-10-18T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely quiet place to stay. Cozy and very clean, highly recommend

    Charlotte2019-10-14T00:00:00Z
  • Great location. Bright and airy accommodation. No onsite parking but free public parking under 200m away. Easy check-in and great communications.

    Ed2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect. Everything is fine. It would be better if there were an oven and a washing machine.

    菲菲2019-08-07T00:00:00Z
  • Great place to stay. Plockton is a small villiage with only a few shops and houses. Great jump off point for exploring the region.

    Jacob2019-05-27T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent accommodation. More than one pillow each and plenty of towels and very clean

    John2019-05-18T00:00:00Z
  • Stayed in the bothy for a long weekend while visiting Plockton and the surrounding area. Amazing property and location, would definitely stay here again on my next visit to Plockton. Would highly recommend the bothy to any friends and family in the future.

    Ross2019-04-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Condominium


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Highland, United Kingdom

    A secluded site in the middle of a beautiful and popular village in the Highlands, the accommodation offers an open-plan living area with two bedrooms upstairs. There is private parking beside the cottage and all mod cons are included. Pets welcome
    There is a private garden space in front of the cottage with seating available. There is also a garden on the sea front where visitors can enjoy the view of Loch Carron.
    Prospective visitors should have a look at the Plockton website which includes a video camera oversight of the village. My house (with the cottage to the side and rear) is at the corner of Harbour Street opposite the car park.
  • We had a great stay at Mary Jane's property. It's in a great location to explore the local area and Plockton is a lovely village. Would recommend.

    Katherine2019-09-20T00:00:00Z
  • Great accommodation, great location.

    Alex2019-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Plockton is a lovely place to stay. We had 3 dogs with us and was not a problem been next to the host with her dogs. We had a separate drive to access our property, which was very private. Very accessible for the shops and loch. Generally the balmoric estate is a lovely area to stay, far more sheltered than the Isle of Skye.

    Fleur2019-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • The perfect spot to visit the Highlands. Beautiful location.

    Caroline2019-06-15T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely, homely space in a fantastic location. Mary couldn’t have been more helpful.

    Sarah2019-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend this lovely place set in the best location in town, great as a base to explore the local area. stayed for work but, would definitely come back for pleasure.

    Marcus2018-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Clean, cosy & peaceful converted barn with off-road parking in the delightful village of Plockton - an easy place to fall in love with and a great base to relax, enjoy the village & surrounding region. Mary Jane is right next door if you need anything; all plain sailing for us. Thanks Mary Jane

    Ian2018-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great time in Plockton staying at An Sabhal Ban. The accommodation was very good, warm, clean and comfortable. Downstairs is open plan area with a seating area, a dining table and a well equipped kitchen. Upstairs there are two bedrooms with very comfortable beds. The bathroom is downstairs with a shower and a bath. The village is very beautiful and has several places to eat the closest are the two pubs which are about 2 minutes walk. The accommodation is very quiet as its slightly back from the street. We would love to go back some time.

    Douglas2018-06-16T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Highland, United Kingdom

    Plockton Shoreside, luxury self-catering accommodation for up to 10, set in Plockton, the Jewel of the Highlands. A National Trust for Scotland village, Plockton Is the perfect base from which to explore the West Highlands and the Isle of Skye.
    Our Guesthouse is right at the waters edge of Loch Carron, it is in the most amazing location. We have refurbished this former fisherman's cottage to a beautiful standard, creating luxury, contemporary open plan living spaces. Plockton Shoreside can sleep up to 10 guests in 4 bedrooms, 3 doubles with en-suite facilities, and 1 twin. There is also a family bathroom with overhead shower...
    Plockton is a tiny fishing village in the North West Highlands close to the Isle of Skye bridge. It is a National Trust for Scotland conservation village. It has a fantastic community with regular live traditional music being performed in the village Inns. Plockton is known as the Jewel of the Highlands, a quirk of climate means that the north Atlantic Drift comes into Plockton, this creates a mild micro-climate and even allows palm trees to grow locally. Its unique climate and location has been attractive as locations for TV & Film production companies & was the fictional 'Summerisle' for the 1973 film 'The Wicker Man'
  • A beautiful house in a fantastic spot. The house is really well equipped and very comfortable. It was lovely place to be for a few days.

    Dan2019-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Would highly recommend this wonderful cottage in breathtaking surroundings there is something for everyone

    Yvonne2019-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing cottage with great location and beautiful views. We absolutely loved the place.

    Helle Irene2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • You can't go wrong with this 4 bedroom 4 bathroom home which is stylish comfortable beautiful lavish compared to so many other vacation rentals. Even if it weren't in a stupendous location it would still be at the top of my list for places to That the photographs don't do it justice as it is even nicer than represented.

    Kitren2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • We had such a lovely time in Plockton and staying at Plockton Shoreside. The setting and view was amazing and the interior of the house was very comfortable for our whole family. We loved the kitchen and large dining table. It was amazing that each bedroom had an en suite bathroom! We all loved that. The town was perfect and charming filled with several good restaurants and a great take away fish and chips place we ate at several times. What a great week!

    Amy2019-08-17T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic house in a brilliant location.

    Christina2019-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • A sweet home from home indeed. You would love the house, the people at Plockton and for sure the stunning view from the house and its garden. Don’t miss it.

    Ben2019-07-18T00:00:00Z
  • Plockton is a special location and this accommodation is the icing on the cake. Beautiful

    Colin2019-05-17T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    8


    Bedrooms

    4

    Highland, United Kingdom

    Tigh na Dalach, Plockton (Lochalsh) is a charming holiday home. Once a fisherman's cottage, it overlooks the sea and is in a very peaceful location. There is a lounge with a snug leading off, a kitchen / dining room and a bathroom on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a double bedroom, two twin bedrooms and a second bathroom. There is a small rear garden with clothes line and a front garden on the water's edge with picnic table.
    Tigh na Dalach is a charming end terrace fisherman's cottage in the picturesque village of Plockton. It is located in a quiet residential area just a few minutes walk from the restaurants, hotels, shops and harbour. The front of the cottage overlooks Loch Carron and Plockton Crags. The front door leads into the light and bright yet cosy lounge. There is a wood burning stove to curl up in front of, TV with DVD player and WiFi. The snug leads off from the lounge and has a sofa, writing desk and a selection of books and games. The kitchen / dining room is the heart of the home with a farmhouse style dining table and 8 chairs. There is an electric oven and induction hob, fridge / freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a family bathroom on the ground floor with a W.C., bath with hand held shower and hand basin. Upstairs the double bedroom and one of the twin bedrooms have views over Plockton Bay and Loch Carron. The third bedroom, also a twin room, is at the rear of the property. There are bedside cabinets, chests of drawers and a wardrobe. The family bathroom has a shower, W.C. and hand basin. To the rear of the cottage, there is a secluded garden with clothes line. To the front, there is a small lane giving access to the cottages. Please note: this lane does not have through traffic nor does it provide parking. It just for access only. On the other side of the lane are the main gardens, following the side of the loch. It is all enclosed with mature shrubs, including a couple of Plockton's famous "palm tree's", creating an inviting garden to spend lazy afternoons. There is a picnic table for leisurely meals with a view! Although there is no designated parking space, parking is available to the rear of the property or at the village Car Park 200 yards along the sea front. Important Information: Strictly no pets. Families are welcome at this property. Cot and high chair available: Please bring your own linen for the cot. Linen, towels, electricity and the final clean are included in the rental. Additional charges will only occur for breakages or any additional cleaning. It would be appreciated if the cottage was left in the same order as you found it. Many thanks! Whilst we hope that none of our guests experience issues during their stay, we do need to point out that due to the cottage's location in Lochalsh, some services can be temperamental and can take a lengthy delay to get resolved. Internet speed can be very slow and the service can fluctuate during the day and week. Mobile phone signal can also be very patchy. Also, to replace any broken appliances, it can take weeks for a delivery to happen. We will at all times try our hardest to rectify any issues but please bear with us as there can be issues due to location that are outwith our control. Cottage directions and key information are emailed approximately 14 days in advance of the arrival date.
    Plockton is a wonderful village with fantastic scenery, great restaurants to eat in with a local village feel.
  • This was the perfect base for a much needed R&R break - so comfortable, spacious yet cosy, and thoughtfully equipped throughout. Plockton itself is the perfect location for access to many glorious hiking routes. There’s a Co-op less than 15 mins drive away in Kyle for self catering but also delicious food in Plockton Inn and the hotel. We’d love to come back next year!

    Kay2019-11-09T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful location in terms of the stunning area, specific location in Plockton and sea views. The property works well for up to 6 adults. Its our 3rd visit to the property

    Neil2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    6


    Bedrooms

    3

    Plockton, Lochalsh, United Kingdom

    Angels’ Share is an architect designed contemporary cottage over looking Knock Bay and the ruins of Knock Castle. There is spacious accommodation for two people, with room for two children or two “small adults” on a sofa bed. The cottage is situated on the Sleat peninsula known as the Garden of Skye. The cottage is not far from from the Skye Bridge and the mainland ferry ports. It makes a great base for exploring the whole of Skye's beautiful scenery.
    There is electric heating throughout (under floor in the shower room) and a wood burning stove for those colder evenings. A welcome pack and an initial supply of fuel for the stove. We allow pets by arrangement.
    The cottage is next to Skye newest Whisky Distillery (Torabhaig) which is certainly worth a visit. The drive to the cottage from either the ferry port (Armadale) or the Skye Bridge takes you through stunning countryside with magnificent views across the Sound of Sleat to the mountains of the Scottish mainland.
  • John and Mhairi were amazing hosts. Angels Share is a gem within a beautiful island. Their thoughtful were greatly appreciated and made the cottage a pleasure to stay in.

    Maxine2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Great accomodation, everything you need and quiet relaxing place. John provides lots of lovely personal touches that make you feel very welcome. We stayed for 4 nights and it was the perfect base from which to explore Skye.

    Ailsa2020-03-06T00:00:00Z
  • John and Mhairi have created a fantastic space with the most thoughtful touches to create a home when exploring the beautiful isle of skye. Nice and tucked away, the place is modern, amazingly clean and stylish throughout with a real Scottish feel. By far the nicest Airbnb ever stayed in and would recommend to anybody.

    Matt2020-02-26T00:00:00Z
  • This place is amazing! Beautifully decorated, warm & comfortable, stunning location & full of lovely little touches which made us feel like we were staying in a fancy boutique hotel! John & Mhairi were wonderfully welcoming, friendly and accommodating. The bed was comfy, and the house was equipped with everything from coffee maker to an Alexa. Very close to Torabhaig distillery, the beach & the ruins of Knock Castle, so stuff to do close by. Couldn't quite believe the quality of this place, thanks so much for our amazing holiday!

    Ben2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed a very chilled 3 night stay at Angels Share. The accommodation is immaculate and kitted out with everything you’d possibly need. An ideal base for exploring the beautiful island of Skye. We loved sitting by the fire and chilling while watching the storm outside. John and Mhairi were excellent hosts giving a friendly check-in and thoughtful welcome pack. We’ll definitely be back.

    Robert2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay at Angels Share. The weather let us down (thanks Storm Ciara) but the cottage was a beautiful base from which to have windy rejuvenating walks on the beach, great food at the nearby Am Praban bar. The wood burning stove and welcome pack were much appreciated when we were wet and cold :) we loved our weekend away and would definitely stay again. Dog friendly too!

    Becca2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • We had an amazing stay at Angels Share. John and Mhairi were excellent hosts who gave us complete space and privacy to enjoy their accommodation but we knew they were right there if we needed them, and we didn’t! Angels Share has all you could want or need and more, it’s packed with thoughtful and homely touches, providing everything to connect you with the modern world but also everything to occupy you if you want to disconnect - the best of both worlds! We have already been recommending Angels to friends and family and would recommend it to everyone. We can’t wait to return.

    Melissa2020-02-07T00:00:00Z
  • Highly recommend :) It was a pleasure to spend these days with my wife in John and Mhairi’s cottage which is equipped with absolutely everything that could possibly be needed. The house is very nice, clean and tidy with a fireplace which makes you feel cosy. It is located near to the store and about 40 minutes to Portree. We loved this place because it feels like home away from home, was made with passion and attention to every detail. We are grateful for the help and warm welcome! Thank you!

    Mateusz2020-01-12T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    1

    GB, United Kingdom

    You will always find a warm welcome in this cosy timber forestry house with many unique hand crafted local wood features. The bedroom areas are light and fresh with a separate breakfast/sitting room where you can relax with a book or watch dvd's. Guests also have access to a separate sitting area in the kitchen where you can warm yourself by a wood burning stove. Achmore is a working highland village within easy access to Eilean Donan Castle, Plockton, Kyle and the Isle of Skye.
    All you climbers and walkers out there we have a rack over the wood burning stove where you can dry your clothes and waterproofs ready for the hill the next day.
  • Jeff is an amazing host. We had a nice chat over coffee. Location and place is amazing. Will definitely recommend.

    Vikrant2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • The room itself was large, clean and equipped with a very comfortable bed and an efficient heater. Access to the kitchen and a shared bathroom was provided, which were both in good condition. Jeff was a nice and welcoming host, who makes an amazing and plentiful breakfast! We would book the accomodation again!

    Charlotte2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • Really Nice place to stay.

    Alexandre2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Wonderful accommodation. Before a trip to the island of Skye or after it is the best option for the combination of price and quality. There is where to put the car. The room is warm and clean. Many things are made by Jeff with love and warmth. For breakfast, Jeff served fresh bread and butter, as well as strawberries, melon and grapefruit. Jeff also plays the guitar well and sings beautifully. Hi Jeff! We’ll be nearby, we’ll definitely visit you !!

    Stanislau2020-03-04T00:00:00Z
  • Jeff is amazing and easy going host. You will fell relax and very comfortable with him. Place is very warm, clean and bed is very comfortable. Place is quite so you can have a peaceful night and good rest. Jeff has an open fire what was so cosy and you could dry your clothes very quickly there. Jeff has a good knowledge about different places and good recommendations. I encourage anyone to stay with Jeff and recommend this place to everyone. Very good place to stay.:-) We really enjoyed it. :-)

    Slavka2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • Jeff was a great host! The room was comfortable and the local tips were very much appreciated. I’d have no hesitation recommending Jeff’s place.

    Samantha2020-02-21T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great night at Jeff's. Nice person who knows his region very well. A very authentic, warm and welcoming atmosphere in an incredible and wild place! Pretty driftwood objects made by the host himself as well as maps of the region give a lot of charm to the house. We would have gladly stayed longer! Jeff has a lot to teach his visitors. Very nice meeting, I recommend!

    Camille2020-02-14T00:00:00Z
  • We only stayed one night but it was perfect! The house is beautiful and Jeff is a wonderful and caring host. He gave us great advice about the area and we felt very welcome.

    Tosca2020-02-10T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Townhouse


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Achmore, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The Barn is set in the crofting area a mile from Plockton village and is formed by the conversion of the byre and hayloft at Camus Fearn. The décor is modern with tiled and wood floors, rugs and lots of windows. Accessed along a quiet road. It enjoys panoramic views and is surrounded on three sides by sea lochs and the mountains of Skye, Applecross, Torridon. There is private parking area and a decking with plenty of room to sit out.
    Upstairs the barn is a modern studio flat with double bedroom, shower room, fully fitted kitchen and lounge area with tv, Freeview, DVD and CD player music system. On the ground floor is a "boot room" with washer tumble drier and deep freeze. There is a further toilet with wash hand basin
    The property is a mile from the beautiful village of Plockton which has two Hotels each with a bar and restaurant a further restaurant and small shop. Kyle of Lochalsh and the bridge to Skye are 7 miles away. Kyle has shops including a pharmacy, post office, butcher and supermarket. Eilann Donan Castle is 13miles away The Barn is in a rural setting ten minutes walk from the shoreline of Loch Carron, there are many great walks around the area to suit all abilities and taste.
  • We loved this place and instantly felt at home. The flat is quiet, comfortable and cosy with everything you need as well as your own parking space and entrance. The area is amazing for walking, we had a great time with our dog. Lovely, friendly hosts too!

    Lynsey2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing place. So clean, cosy and spacious. We felt at home from the moment we stepped through the door. There is everything you need. We loved the Christmas tree and mince pies! Very much enjoyed our stay. Excellent value for money too.

    Chris2019-12-30T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location. Cosy little apartment ideal for two. Lots of scenic walking routes and beaches nearby. Visited Christmas 2019 and would go back!

    Fraser2019-12-27T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely accommodation very clean and comfortable. Great location for walking and exploring the local area including Eilean Donan Castle.

    Alison2019-10-19T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent accommodation to explore Skye and the surrounding area with a dog. Couldn't fault it. Private beach too.

    Matt2019-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • Extremely clean, homely and great space for a quiet weekend in Plockton and the surrounding areas. The barn had great views and was within walking distance to Plockton. We even braved a morning swim in the bay, which is a 5 min walk from the barn (it’s stunning, but cold...). Would highly recommend staying here, and would love to come back.

    Rachel2019-09-30T00:00:00Z
  • We spent five days in Plockton and I was blown away by the beauty. Aileen's place is well kept, everything we needed was there, cosy and we loved the cows roaming outside freely. Made us laugh! Murphy (dog)even enjoyed it too. Stunning views, lovely walks to the beach, gonna miss saying hello to the "heilen coos" every morning. We would love to come back. Thanks again!

    Natalie2019-09-27T00:00:00Z
  • The perfect place to get away from it all, with amazing views over Loch Carron.

    Jackie2019-09-14T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Flat


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Ross-Shire, United Kingdom

    Sabhal Na Mara is a 100 year old traditional stone house located in the beautiful National Trust village of Plockton. Famous for it's palm trees, stunning views, castle and the TV series 'Hamish Macbeth', Plockton is an ideal place for you to enjoy a deserved break. There are also local shops, pubs and restaurants a short walk from us.
  • Superb address! Anne is super responsive and kind. We had a great stay with them. We recommend 100%. And a big plus for breakfast!

    Romane2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic!!

    Euan2020-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay at Anne‘s B&B! Everything was perfect. We can really recommend a visit to Plockton and a dinner at the Plockton Inn, just a short walk from Anne‘s place. Thanks for everything, Anne!

    Hannah2020-01-14T00:00:00Z
  • The night at Anne's was very pleasant. A cozy, comfortable room, very well appointed, very clean and with a beautiful view of Plockton Bay! A very warm welcome from Anne and great Breakfast! We also had a great evening at the Plockton pub with live music and excellent fish dishes! We recommend this step

    Charlotte2020-01-05T00:00:00Z
  • Anne's place was warm clean and in a perfect location to explore Plockton and surrounding areas

    Craig2019-12-31T00:00:00Z
  • Anne’s place is fantastic! We had a lovely stay in Plockton, with an easy walk to the weir and back up to the Inn for dinner. Anne’s breakfast was really lovely - a huge Scottish breakfast. Overall would absolutely recommend!

    Tom2019-11-16T00:00:00Z
  • This is a true and charming bed and breakfast experience in one of the best locations for it. Anne is great and breakfast is fantastic!

    Corey2019-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Very pleasant stay at Anne, it is a smiling host and very welcoming! The breakfast is very good with fresh products (we tasted the haddock rather rare in the bnb and although it is surprising at the beginning it is excellent!), With a very nice view on the stream at the back of the house ... very peaceful. The room as the house elsewhere is extremely clean, and very cozy you feel immediately at home. In 5 minutes on foot one reaches the pub and restaurants of plockton. Very good address to recommend! Thank you Anne

    Virginie2019-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Bed and breakfast


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Situated in the heart of the village, our home is ideally placed for exploring the area with plenty of restaurants and shops nearby. Island View boasts a spectacular view across the loch. It is a large double bedroom with en-suite shower room. You can relax in our private garden or enjoy the cosiness and comfort of your well-appointed room. We source the best local produce for our breakfasts and will cater to any dietary needs. The price is £75 per night with breakfast included.
  • Superb! A delightful house in a fantastic setting. Mary Jane is indeed a super hostess, fantastic, knowledgeable company, happy to let you come and go as you please, and cooks a mean 'full scottish' breakfast. The house itself is in an ideal position, central to the village, mere yards from the three good pub restaurants, the chippy, and the ice-cream shop. Fans of Hamish McBeth will recognise it as the exterior of the Loch Dubh Hotel in the series, though the wall is no longer sign written. The bedrooms have fantastic views out over the bay, but these are even better viewed from the front garden seated at its table with a glass of something chilled. The cosy dining room has a host of Intriguing antiques and furniture to keep you chatting and guessing. To summarize, we cannot recommend Mary Jane and her house highly enough to anyone wanting to savour the atmosphere of that very special place.

    Iain2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • You are very lucky if you get to stay with Mary Jane! First because it is not easy to find a spot in Plockton in August but secondly - and more important - because it is not easy to find a place where you feel more at home and are treated that well. The room is very nice, too, the bathroom spotless clean and the view over the bay so beautiful that it almost does not feel real. And not to mention the breakfast and the ride to the station! Just fabulous! Mary Jane, thank you so much for making our stay the very best!!!

    Ilga-Marisa2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • A very warm and knowledgable host. Mary Jane's suggestions were invaluable for helping us plan our itinerary. Very convenient location and lovely view from the bedroom. Breakfasts were delicious too!

    Jane2019-08-20T00:00:00Z
  • Mary Jane is a delightful host with a lovely home and in an incredible area of Scotland. If she’s not too busy preparing a wonderful breakfast, you might get her to sit and tell you a bit about the area and the history! she’s extremely knowledgeable and a wonderful conversationalist.

    Kevin2019-08-14T00:00:00Z
  • Mary Jane was a great hostess and the breakfasts were amazing. Very nice lady.

    Gerry2019-08-05T00:00:00Z
  • Really great host and cute room right on the water. The pictures on the website were of the room across the hall, so the bathroom was in the hall rather than the room, but our room was lovely too. Beautiful waterfront location in a tiny town, with good places to eat and a hotel bar next door. Easy free on street parking, and excellent cooked breakfast in the morning. Mary Jane was a delight to visit with, and very helpful on our trip to Skye. The rooms are full of lovely antiques and have hot water for instant coffee and tea. Thanks to Mary Jane for a great time!

    Hal2019-07-28T00:00:00Z
  • Lots of people have a house. Mary Jane has a home. From the moment you step over the threshold you're made to feel welcome and cared for. This is a special place, run by a very special person. Everything, from the bed , breakfasts and view of the harbour from the bedroom window bring peace and happiness. Count yourself very lucky if you include a stay here on your travels.

    Sue2019-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • It is a small village with a beautiful view of Loch. The place is just a hour's drive to Isle of Skye. The boat rides are just a walk away where we could see seals & otters. Mary Jane was welcoming & took good care by providing cooked breakfast. The room is stylish & clean. The sheets were fresh, bed was cozy & nice. Strongly recommend this place to anybody looking for a leisure time around Skye. PS : Plockton is a beautiful little village to spend good holiday time as well.

    Bharath2019-07-08T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    House


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Set on our 17 acre holding on the shores of Lochcarron, near the pretty village of Plockton our cottages sit on our private beach which has a coral strand over which you can walk at low tides to get to the Heron sanctuary island. We keep racoons, llamas, donkeys, goats, sheep, hens, ducks, owls etc and have otters on the beach and many birds to watch and photograph. Perfect place to relax. A pine marten often comes to the window in the evenings for treats. Large part sleeps 4 + 2, small part 2.
    If you let us know time of arrival we will meet you and show you in to our cottage which is electrically heated as well as having a wood burning stove, The heaters will be on when you arrive. The local village is two miles away and has great food in two pubs, a restaurant and a takeaway. Walking around the farm with a bag of food, you can feed the animals and, on the beach, watch out for otters, herons and other shore birds. A pine marten may visit your cottage in the evenings for treats. We have a video of pine marten feeding on the back window sill of this cottage taken recently by a guest.
    Our farm has one of the most stunning views we know. There is an island which is a heron sanctuary, a coral strand and a grassy beach in front of the cottage. The railway line which runs from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh three times a days just beside the cottage and you have to cross over the line to get to it. The other side of the loch looks so close and the Applecross hill are behind them with the pass of the cattle, the Beallach, being the highest paved road in Britain winding up the hill. The pub there does fantastic food all day and keeps winning the 'best pub in Britain' awards. Great food can also be found in Plockton, 2 miles away, in two pubs and a takeaway and a lovely seafood restaurant. Kyle has both and Indian and Chinese takeaway.
  • There are no words for how awesome our stay was. Amazing place, amazing host. Could have spent several days here, without leaving and not got bored. Lots of wonderful surprises that I'm not going to spoil by mentioning them here. A true get away from an ever increasingly disappointing real world for the heart and soul.

    Arwen2020-03-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely little place, the location is amazing. Perfect views of water, hills and trees. Cosy once you get the wood burner going. Did not really leave the farm for the few days. Just nice to relax, even with neighbours it was peaceful and quiet. The addition of the animals makes its very special, being able to feed the soay sheep and raccoons added those special moments for us. The hosts and farm hands are lovely, down to earth and more than happy to show you the animals.

    David2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • A wonderful holiday, the location of this cottage is superb. Be aware there is an adjoining cottage so not complete isolation but nevertheless, a great place to get away from it all.

    Lucy2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • We had a brilliant stay at the Fisherman's cottage. The location is amazing, right down by the water and there was loads to explore locally. We especially enjoyed walking out to the island, seeing a pine Martin one evening and saying hello to the lamas on the beach. We also loved spending cosy evenings on the cottage reading our books. It was the perfect place for us, thanks Patti!

    Alice2019-10-04T00:00:00Z
  • The beach cottage views are breathtakingly beautiful and what a treat to be greeted by lama's on the beach in the morning. The cottage is kitted out with all the basic amenities, and it's warm and cosy. The stunning views make up for the odd cobweb in the cottage and as the host accurately describes if you are after a sleek and stylish 5 star experience this is not the place for you. We really enjoyed the rustic and 'unplugged' setting. Highly recommended.

    Marike2019-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • If you want to get away from it all (but not too far) you'd struggle to beat this property. It's quite liberating not being at the mercy of email, text, social media etc. The location, on the edge of Loch Carron was stunning and although we didn't see any seals or otters we had the company of llamas instead. We used this as a base to explore and spent time on Skye and over the pass to Applecross too and there was a thoughtful welcome basket from the host Patti. We're sure to return.

    Mark2019-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • It is exactly as is described, no frills but comfy and cosy. If you love wildlife (included friendly Llamas at your front door), you will not miss TV or the Internet then this is the place for you.

    Debbie2019-07-04T00:00:00Z
  • The beach cottage is truly amazing! Where else do you have your private beach, only to be shared with 3 llamas? We actually liked the whole farm a lot. Patti and his wife are doing a great job with the animals, and you can interact with them as much (or little) as you like. The views were spectacular and we have very fond memories of staying at the cottage. Our dog loved it there, too!

    Niek2019-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Farm stay


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, United Kingdom

    Superb views from you dining room where you can watch Calum as he passes on his popular seal trip or just enjoy the panoramic view of Loch Carron & Applecross Hills. Picnic tables are located close to the cottage which also have great outlooks. The cottage is semi-detached, non smoking & pet-free and features an open-fire and electric heating. Those who’ve stayed with us since we began 26 years ago get a 15% loyalty discount. Half of our visitors return regularly. Please see our website.
    Spacious open plan cottage featuring an open fire, dining area and kitchen. There are two bedrooms - one with a double and other with two single beds.
    Within the beautiful conservation village of Plockton. 10 mins walk/2 mins drive from village amenities such as restaurants, hotels, pubs, shops and other village attractions.
  • What an great place to stay, gorgeous views, great location, and very welcome hospitality. Can't go wrong.

    Hazel2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • Despite the weather our first visit to Plockton and stay at Plockton Cottages did not disappoint. Donald had the fire lit in the cottage for our arrival and it made for a lovely cosy base for our four days in the highlands. The cottage is set in a perfect location with stunning views over the Loch and mountains from the front window whilst only being a short stroll into the village. We had lovely meals in both the Plockton Inn and Plockton Hotel and would thoroughly recommend taking in the local walks to Duncraig Castle and the Coral Beach before heading further afield. We will certainly be back.

    Sarah2020-02-22T00:00:00Z
  • Best cottage ive stayed in Plockton very nice views and very cozy 👍

    Coen2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Loved the space and the view! Was great for 3 adults. A little tricky to initially find in the dark. Donald was very quick to respond and showed us where the washer and dryer were located (down the hill). Highly recommend if you're looking for a homey feel in Plockton!

    Annmarie2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful accommodation in a beautiful environment! Highly recommended!

    Weronika2019-10-30T00:00:00Z
  • Plockton is a lovely quaint town with some beautiful walks, local pub, and the seal cruise on the loch was fun. The cottage was comfortable with views from every window. Donald met us on arrival and was very helpful, Ingrid and Shane

    Ingrid2019-10-16T00:00:00Z
  • Absolutely breath taking views in a cute little town. Three restaurants and a pub in walking distance. Nice home base while exploring Skye.

    Kerry2019-10-12T00:00:00Z
  • We had a wonderful stay here, the views are gorgeous, and Donald is a fantastic host. We would certainly stay here again.

    Terrie2019-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Bungalow


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Plockton, United Kingdom

    This is a wooden TENT in a field on a Rare Breeds farm. A llama may greet you or indeed join in a camp fire! The glamping hut has two bed platforms on which you can roll out a sleeping bag. The toilet is a few minutes walk away, there is NO shower, there is a communal area with kettle, microwave, toaster and 'fridge. Heat a micro meal or pot noodle here. Please read the full description prior to booking in cold weather, NO HEATING or ELECTRICITY in hut. You must arrive before dark.
    This is a WOODEN TENT. Instead of sleeping on the ground under canvas we give you a covered mattress on to which you can put your sleeping bags. The "hoose" is in a field on a farm which has sheep, goats, llamas, racoons, ducks, hens, rabbits, owls and a donkey. They roam freely around the farm and you may be visited by a sheep or a llama whilst you enjoy a camp fire and you may also find traces of said animals on the way to or from the penthouse! You can get food near our white painted house with which to feed them and can come in to the Racoon pen and feed them with one of us.
    Patti’s home is located in Plockton, United Kingdom They published the local crime statistics a few years ago and 54 crimes had been committed, 53 of them by the same man "drunk and disorderly" and one by a confused dementia patient who walked off with an umbrella! It is a quiet, peaceful location which we enjoy. We could "update" our lodges and camping facilities but we fear it would attract a different clientele which we would rather avoid. Our best guests have been coming for over 30 years to enjoy the walking, sailing, climbing and just relaxation they get from this lovely area. We have had people marry on the beach and their offspring got engaged to other guests' offspring that they met whilst on holiday as children. A home from home for so many people who are now classed more as friends than guests and we would not want to change this. Thus if you would class your self as "fussy" or "particular" or have not gone camping under canvas before, think twice about what you book as this may not be for you. There is no electricity in the "hoose" and the toilet is a walk away, you may encounter sheep (or the tell tale signs that one has been there!) on your way and this, whilst normal for wild campers, may not appeal to everyone.
  • Great location. Only a few miles drive to Plockton and a great base for us getting an early start to Skye.

    Stewart2019-10-15T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing communication, so many tips for the local area which are so useful. We would highly recommend.

    Lucy2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • The communication with Patti was impeccable and we had received a lot of useful information in advance. The farm has a great view and is located in a picturesque and quiet area.

    Krystian2019-09-26T00:00:00Z
  • Very nice little farm, full of lovely animals !! The place is sublime with a beautiful beach below! Host very welcoming who even offered to feed the raccoons! We loved our night here!

    Caroline2019-09-22T00:00:00Z
  • The accomodation was exactly like we had imagined. Patti and her wife were very friendly and lovely. The only inconvenience is that the hut doesn't has electricity, it can mean a problem in winter. In spite of it, I loved the place and enjoyed the experience! Thanks!

    Yolanda2019-09-19T00:00:00Z
  • Expect his down but you can rent one for 2.5 pounds per person. It is rustic but correct.

    Olivier2019-09-18T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay! Comfy beds and super nice location!

    Nikki2019-09-16T00:00:00Z
  • It is an environment full of nature and animals. It is wonderful and a joy for children. 100% recommended. Not suitable for people who don't like animals or bugs.

    Esperanza2019-09-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Private room


    Property Type

    Hut


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, United Kingdom

    A 1 bedroom converted part stone, part wood construction Shed, now a comfortable studio apartment which is traditional on the outside and yet modern on the inside. Situated in the grounds of a seafront cottage, in the heart of beautiful Plockton on the Scottish West Highland coast. Sleeps 2. Minimum stay of 3 nights.
    A comfortable studio apartment which is traditional on the outside and yet modern on the inside.
    Lovely quiet street on the seafront in Plockton. Just a couple of minutes walk from the centre of the village.
  • A big thanks to Lynn , Plockton is beautiful- we are in love with the views! We really enjoyed our stay and the shed is perfect and so cosy! We loved the walks to the beaches and to the castle... we even saw some otters and some tame Shetland ponies!

    Ruby2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We enjoyed a last minute booking @ The Shed! Lynn was wonderful at confirming quickly & following up with us, (It was a Hogmanay) The Shed itself is fantastic. Very compact & bijou but everything we needed for a most comfortable, cosy, stay. It was perfect for our needs! Would certainly look to book again. Plockton is a very charming place & The Shed added to to this!

    Denise2020-01-04T00:00:00Z
  • The shed is small but great for two people. The bed is huge and comfy. It’s probably the cleanest house we’ve been in and is well equipped. Plockton is a beautiful place with plenty of places to eat. It’s also a great location for exploring Skye and the surrounding area.

    Julian2019-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Great bijou space. It had all we needed and more - we ate out and never used oven/washing machine. It was freezing outside and cabin was very cozy, lots of hot water. Bed was very comfy, property spotlessly clean. Lynn left us lovelyThorntons chocolate which was a very kind gesture. We had lovely food in Plockton Inn (hotel not so good), over in Applecross & at CafeSia in Skye. 2 mins walk to very welcoming pub (Plockton Inn) with great menu & staff. Property beside loch and Plockton is a stunning location

    Mhairi2019-11-09T00:00:00Z
  • Lynn The Shed was comfortable, the seating and the bed. And the kitchen had everything (and a bit more) that anyone could want. It is a cozy and quirky place and we really enjoyed our time there. Plockton has a lot to offer and next time we will come to spend more time in the town and not so much playing bridge at the now famous Plockton Café-bridge. Thanks a lot.

    Peter2019-11-01T00:00:00Z
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    Cathryn2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful accomodation, perfectly situated in the village of Plockton.

    Michelle2019-07-03T00:00:00Z
  • This is an amazing place to stay. The accommodation was everything we needed for a few days away, relaxing and exploring the surrounding area.

    Mandy2019-05-04T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cabin


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Plockton, Ross Shire, United Kingdom

    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Bungalow


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Fossil Cottage is a unique historical cottage for two right by the seashore on the Isle of Skye, one of the world's favourite islands. With comfort, character and charm in abundance, built from local stone with embedded fossils, this special place will sooth your soul. With all this to entrance you, and all that Skye has to offer, spending only three days here is really not long enough. Stay longer! Experience more! Live like a local for a while on our beautiful island.
    Privately situated right on the seashore in a peaceful crofting township, Fossil Cottage is a cosy, quirky home from home. You couldn’t be closer to nature here. Watch the local otter playing and fishing right outside, wander along the shore to hunt for fossils or to enjoy the beautiful beach nearby, or just sit quietly relaxing in the silence and the soothing atmosphere of this comfortable old croft cottage. Fossil Cottage has one double bedroom, a living-room with outstanding views of the sea right outside and spectacular sunsets. There is a fully-equipped open-plan kitchen, a shower-room with a great shower – and a location second to none. A smart TV and wi-fi are provided, so you can stay in touch, and Orange/EEE mobile reception is good. Heated by an environmentally-friendly heat pump, backed up by a stove for colder nights, this cottage is full of character, furnished and looked after with love and care by its local owners. The works of local artists hang on the walls and many fascinating old items add to the sense of history. The old stone walls have fossils in them. The cottage is about two miles from the village of Broadford, which has several restaurants, pubs and a supermarket, as well as art galleries, a pottery, other craft shops and lots more. The nearest restaurant is just a few minutes’ walk away. You are well-placed here to explore all of the spectacular Isle of Skye and the near mainland. Situated in the spacious grounds of the owners' property, the cottage is secluded and peaceful. There are lots of great walks starting straight from the door of the cottage as well as further afield, and the Isle of Skye is a delight to explore. The Cuillin mountains are a mecca for climbers and boat trips can be taken from several places, to spot sea eagles, whales, dolphins, seals, to go fishing or just to chill out and be amazed by Skye’s fabulous scenery. It’s best to come with a car, to make the most of this famous and spectacular island. You will be welcomed personally by Fiona or Geoff, whose pleasure it is to make you feel at home and ensure that you have everything you need. If you need any help or information while you are here, we will be glad to help. But we will not intrude. We appreciate that you need your own space, and that is what we provide. The Isle of Skye is one of the most special islands anywhere. Its dramatic scenery and fascinating geology, plus its wildlife and history, make it an essential place on any traveller's itinerary. Local buses will take you to within a mile of the cottage. However, it's much better to come with a car. Skye is a large island and you'll be able to do much more if you can travel independently. Bike hire is is available in the village.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The cottage is cute ,cosy,very simple accommodation,a great base for outdoor exploring, central to the best of the West Highlands, near to Eilean Donan Castle, Dornie, Kintail, Plockton,Glenelg,Applecross Isle of Skye,The landscape is wild and spectacular. I think this area is one of the most beautiful places in the world ! fantastic walks,climbs,waterfalls, seafood, local bakery, castles & brochs! Herons maybe otters in colder months which is a treat|. Please read full listing...
    Located at the end of a single track road called Camuslongart (bay of the boat place) The cottage is accessed through gates at the road end, past the original stone cottage at no 23 Camuslongart. The front garden has immediate access to the shore if you have a kayak, boat Porch is covered in jasmine,the cottage inside is SMALL, furnished in a simple fashion and has a quaint cosy cottage style, the beds are firm and comfortable, fresh 100% cotton bed linen plus towels are provided. Little Galley kitchen with electric cooker and microwave,dining area opposite.(Please note: 4 adults are definately a squeeze around table and in lounge area,suits couples and young families best) There is double bedded room and a twin room both with wash hand basin.Seperate shower room and W.C. Smallest living room, as wide as the sofa ,television with Freesat channels. There is an immersion hot water heater in kitchen and electric heaters in each room. New double glazed windows installed November 2019 ! Electricty usage: As whole cottage is electric,to help with responsible usage the radiators are on timed settings ,if guests adjust these settings ,please put back when out touring for the day and help save energy. WiFi access passwords in cottage
    Eilean Donan Castle is a 15 min walk .The nearest village is Dornie a 20 min walk where there is a great village shop/post office, I urge any visitors to support . The Clachan and The Dornie Hotel offers great food inc. locally caught seafood..Manuela's Bakery in Ardelve produces wonderful fresh bread daily....a must ! Isle of Skye 20 mins drive
  • This place is super cute. It could not be placed any closer to a beautiful Loch, with these impressive mountains the first thing you see as you open the door. The cottage is clean, warm and spacious with everything you need. Zoe is very quick at responding to any questions and lives very close, should you need anything else. We can’t wait to be back, this place is a real gem

    Mario2020-03-01T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful views across the water, quick and easy access to Skye

    Samantha2020-02-24T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at Zoe’s place, the location is great and there is everything you need to enjoy your time there!

    Jeanne2020-01-08T00:00:00Z
  • It was our second stay at the cottage and all three of us loved it - cosy, quiet, warm and situated right on the lochside, with fantastic views of the hills and Eilian Donan castle. A prefect getaway for Hogmanay - thanks Zoe!

    Emma2020-01-03T00:00:00Z
  • Small but adequate and cozy, this lochside cottage is not only remarkable for its perfect waterfront location and a 15 minute drive to the Isle of Skye, but also for the hospitality and all the attention that its host Zoe carries to the smooth running of our stay, and in all discretion. Perfection. Be careful however long hair, the shower is really lacking pressure ... This is the price to pay for this site quite unique ;-)

    Fabien2019-10-31T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay at Heron Cottage and will definitely be back. A gorgeous little cottage with everything we needed in a stunning location.

    Adrienne2019-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location near the Eilean Donan Castle and great base for sightseeing in the area. Great value. Zoe gave excellent directions and timely responses

    Heather2019-10-24T00:00:00Z
  • The location is beautiful, eilean donan castle is accessible on foot and zoe is very nice, I recommend this very picturesque place

    Emilie2019-10-22T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Dornie, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Tigh An Roinn is a 2 bedroom, charming listed cottage situated at the end of Cooper Street. The cottage is cosy with a wood burner to warm you after a long walk in the Highlands. The beautiful village of Plockton has all the essentials you require for a perfect holiday - pubs, village shops and restaurants serving the finest Scottish seafood. You might even fancy purchasing fish from the local fishermen. Skye, Cuillin Mountains, Applecross peninsula and Ullapool are all within touring distance.
    The cottage is very cosy with own kitchen, family bathroom, 2 bedrooms, one with en suite toilet. Lounge has wood burner and TV. The kitchen is well equipped with hob, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine/tumble dryer.
    Plockton is undoubtedly the most beautiful village in the West Highlands, it boasts dramatic scenery attracting photographers and artists alike. The village is situated on the shores of Loch Carron, just 5 miles from Skye.
  • Wonderful location, even in winter. We were very comfortable. Love the wood burner.

    Dori2019-12-28T00:00:00Z
  • This is a very cosy cottage right by the water’s edge at one end of Plockton, a few minutes walk from the bars restaurants and shops - although there’s not many. Scenery is spectacular. The accommodation is perfect for two or three but it can accommodate four. It is well furnished, clean and has a great wood burner just right for autumn nights. It has off road parking but it was a bit of a squeeze for our Jeep. We would definitely go back.

    Andrew2019-10-26T00:00:00Z
  • An amazing location at the water's edge. A cosy, comfortable 2 storey cottage with all amenities. A great base for exploring Plockton, Skye etc

    Suzanne2019-10-10T00:00:00Z
  • The cottage is in such a lovely quiet spot, a few steps from the door and you are looking out over the water. I’ll never tire of that view, so calming. Within a few minutes walk from all the lovely eateries in Plockton it really is in a great location. Really homely feel as well.

    Jennifer2019-09-28T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful location, a perfect getaway. The cottage has everything you need and sitting by the fire is fantastic.

    Christian2019-09-21T00:00:00Z
  • Isabelle’s cottage is a dream! Was so beautiful to sit at the harbour in the early morning and late in the evening and take in the peace the cottage brings. The skylight window was amazing when I woke through the night to watch the stars. Just such a special place and can not wait to come and stay again. Hugo my dog thought he was in heaven.

    Charlene2019-09-07T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely cottage, which had everything we needed. Located in Plockton directly on the waterside it's a good place if you want to explore Skye or the western highlands. We can highly recommend it and will hopefully come back to Isabelle's cottage one day!

    Florian2019-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • Beautiful, well placed, cosy property, large enough for our family of 4. Great for exploring Plockton, and the Isle of Skye. We loved the log burner and views of the harbour from the bedroom windows.

    Hayley2019-07-13T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Plockton, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The Airigh (pronounced 'arry) at the Black House was designed by award-winning architects Dualchas to provide peaceful self catering accommodation for two. Set right on the coast, with stunning views across the Sound of Sleat towards the mountains of Knoydart, and only a few minutes walk from the Armadale ferry, it is the perfect base for a relaxed stay on Skye. Enjoy the spectacular view through the huge picture window, and as the sun sets, cosy up in front of the wood-burning stove.
    The bedroom is compact but comfortable, with a king-sized bed and clothes storage unit The shower-room has under-floor heating, and a heated towel rail for the luxurious cotton bath sheets. The kitchen area is compact but well-equipped with induction hob and oven, as well as a microwave and fridge/freezer.
    Sleat is known as the Garden of Skye and is a beautiful peninsular, with great views to both the mainland and the Cuillin hills on Skye. Armadale has a well-stocked local shop, petrol pumps, a garage that also hires cars. The Clan Donald Centre has a cafe/restaurant, bar and a museum in the beautiful gardens. The Inn at Ardvasar also has a bar and restaurant. There are good walks in the woods and hills, and locally along the coast, where you can often spot otters and seals as well as oystercatchers, heron and other sea-birds. South Skye Sea Kayaks offer kayak trips for all abilities, and bicycles are for hire locally at Teangue.
  • An incredible space with amazing views! We absolutely loved staying here, could not fault it.

    Lorna2020-03-11T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing space in an amazing location. Prefect for the ferry and ideal if exploring the rest of Skye. Modern, clean and cosy and the view was unreal, didn't feel the need to turn on the TV once. Great stay

    Kerry2020-03-07T00:00:00Z
  • Cordelia and Julien were incredible hosts, the house is really easy to locate, immaculately clean and they have great knowledge of local amenities. We were really interested in their annex/home and how they built them and they gave us so much information and things to think of. The views really are just like the pictures, you can sit there and watch the day go by as the weather changes. The house has everything you would possibly want and is really spacious and warm. The fire is great! They were great at responding to messages and flexible with our arrival. We hugely recommend this place to stay for visitors to Skye (we took the ferry over from Mallaig following driving up from Glasgow - which is a really easy and straight forward journey). Thanks to you both for our wonderful stay!

    Philippa2020-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely place to stay with absolutely amazing views. Cordelia is a great host, and the house has everything you need.

    Greg2020-03-03T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic place to stay. Very well designed and thought through. Very contemporary look outside and inside. Views from the main window are just stunning!

    Arek2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • What an amazing place. The house itself is incredibly stylish and comfortable but it is the views that set this place apart. Spectacular.

    Melanie2020-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • Breath taking views, easy check in and a super friendly host

    Dean2020-02-03T00:00:00Z
  • This is by far the best Airbnb we’ve ever stayed in. The house is beautiful and cosy with everything you could possibly need including a great shower, comfy bed, well equipped kitchen and underfloor heating. The bits that make it extra special are the wood burner and incredible views of Skye - we whiled away our mornings just drinking coffee with the fire on and looking out at the ever changing scenery. Cordelia was a lovely host, responsive, helpful and friendly. We can’t recommend it highly enough, and we’re already planning our return trip to this is little gem.

    Sophie2020-02-01T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Guest house


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Ardvasar, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Traditional and remote cottage situated in Toscaig within the Applecross peninsular with garden views of the sea.
    Detached cottage in remote location with garden views of the sea. Situated within a short drive of the famous Applecross Inn and Walled Garden restaurant .
    Walks direct from the door and less than 1/2 mile from Toscaig pier.
    Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Toscaig, Scotland, United Kingdom

    The small, scenic village of Kyleakin boasts fabulous views with the unique medieval ruins of the 14th century 'Castle Moil' located nearby. Situated less than 1 mile from the Skye bridge, the cottage is an ideal base for exploring Skye, her beautiful scenery, walks, hikes as well as the numerous exhibitions and tours the island has to offer. You'll find peace and tranquility unrivalled here, with the only regret being that you'll wish you had stayed much longer.
    The Isle of Skye cottage was one of the first original houses built in Kyleakin in the early 20th century. The cottage sleeps four guests with its double and two single beds. Original stone work and wooden features are evident throughout the building. The ground floor comprises of open plan kitchen, dining room and living area, adding space and freedom to relax within your West Highland cottage surroundings. After a long day, absorbing what Skye is all about, you'll find this fishermans cottage to be an extremely warm and cosy environment. Whether having braved dramatic coastline trails, mountain summits, rough seas or prevailing weather conditions, I'm sure you'll have enjoyed all of your time in this magical, natural environment.....
  • Just had a lovely few days at Séamus' cottage. It was stylish, clean and has all needed amenities. Would recommend!

    James2020-03-17T00:00:00Z
  • A fab and beautifully presented cosy home on the harbour front in Skye. The underfloor heating was a dream (as sadly we had a bit of bad weather during our stay) and even when unable to venture out, we could take in the views and peruse the great selection of guidebooks and leaflets available in the cottage. The cottage is a great location for exploring Skye and the mainland coast. Thank you for a lovely peaceful break.

    Kate2020-03-13T00:00:00Z
  • We were really thrilled and would highly recommend the property. The communication went extremely well and smoothly in advance - Séamus responded not only quickly, but also very extensively and informatively. The cottage was easy to find and is super comfortably furnished - so you immediately get into the "Skye mood". The heating was already switched on and there were fresh flowers on the table - a nice gesture of welcome. The cottage was super clean, the decor is very good - we even cooked every now and then. You can hear the rain pounding on the roof, which is incredibly cozy. You can play great games at the big table. Many information brochures are available so that you can also undertake plenty of activities. We would come back here anytime - the trip was too short :)

    Lara2020-03-09T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed as a family at Seamus's during the February half-term holidays in wet and snowy weather. The cottage is really cosy for families and so stylish. The location is stunning, with views of the harbour and just a minute's walk from the ruined Castle Moil. Seamus was great: really helpful about food and music info on Skye. The cottage is a fantastic base for visiting Skye and the mainland!

    Rowan2020-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • We loved our stay at Skye Cottage, despite the winter storms, which meant our hiking holiday was very much curtailed! The property itself was so warm (underfloor heating downstairs made it an ABSOLUTE dream). There were plenty of blankets to keep warm in the raging winds and hail. Loved the general Amenities and gentlemanly interior vibe! We would definitely come back again (and hopefully this time get on our planned hikes!)! Thanks, Séamus!

    Lettice2020-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • A beautiful cottage in a stunning location. Seamus was a wonderful host and i highly recommend him. Everything we needed was there making the holiday lovely! I hope to revisit next year!

    Nicola2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Seamus cottage is amazing, nice and comfortable. A great place to explore the Isle of Sky where to come back, relax and feel like home. Hope to come back soon!

    Giulia2019-11-17T00:00:00Z
  • Just a wonderful place to recharge your batteries, and I am mystified how Seamus managed to literally give us sunshine for almost a week when the forecasts was rain, rain, rain. Thank you.

    Peter2019-11-11T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    4


    Bedrooms

    2

    Isle of Skye, United Kingdom

    Covid-19 Coronavirus: For the time being, to protect our very fragile health service and the many older and vulnerable residents of this small island, I am not taking any new bookings for May/June, when I will review again. Who knows what lies ahead for all of us, but please save my wee Bothy to your favourites and when the time is right, come and visit us. In the meantime, stay safe, stay home, wash your hands and use the time to plan your future trip to Skye. Thank you.
    The Strawbale Bothy is made from simple, natural materials; wood, clay, straw and lime, there are no nasty chemicals, no concrete, and where we have had to use plastic, it is to an absolute minimum. A perfect place for two to slow down and watch the view. We’re sure you will love the feel of staying in a natural home, the softness of the clay plaster walls, the luminous light of the lime washed shower room and the warmth of local larch wood.There is a light and airy living area with an electric stove, Bluetooth speaker, books and games to keep you entertained if you get bored of the stunning views over to the hills of Knoydart. There is a small kitchen area with induction hob, combination microwave oven, washer dryer and all the other things you would expect to find. There is a cosy box bed, dressed with a duck down duvet, soft, relaxed French linen and Egyptian cotton. From your bed you can stare at the stars at night or watch the sunrise in the morning. You also have a spacious en suite shower room with traditional flush toilet. The Strawbale Bothy is exactly what it says, it is a loadbearing strawbale building built on foundations made from car tyres filled with rammed gravel. We’ve tried to make sure this wee building has as low an impact on the planet as possible. We have not used any concrete in its construction, practically everything can be recycled or biodegradable, we've only used plastic where there has been no alternatives or the alternatives are a bit, well - yeuch! Try plastic free showering with handmade soap and solid shampoo by local Scottish artisans. Feel doubly virtuous by washing up and only using natural bristle brushes and cotton dish cloths. Booking and Availability: Covid-19 Coronavirus: It is a worrying, uncertain time so if you are thinking of booking, here are a few points to help you decide: I have made some changes to the Bothy. My place is frequently rated as 'sparkling clean', but I have introduced some additional, non environmentally friendly measures, just to make sure. This includes cleaning with bleach based disinfectants and single use paper cloths. Replacing artisan locally made solid soap with liquid soap in single use plastic bottles (when I can get them). Replacing vintage and handmade crockery and cutlery with dishwasher proof items - all crockery and cutlery goes through a hot wash in a dishwasher between guests. Washing bedlinen and towels at a higher temperature with biological powder. Lining bins with single use plastic liners. My cancellation policy will remain as 'Strict'. However, please check Airbnb's Extenuation Circumstances Policy. This tells you when you can get a full refund if your trip is affected by the Coronavirus. I really believe this to be fair. If you contract the virus, or have to self isolate, or your flights have been cancelled, or the Government has imposed restrictions, or your doctor has advised you not to travel, then you can claim a full refund under the Policy (correct at the time of writing 14 March). Alternatively, if you do book and then decide you would prefer not travel at that time, rather than cancel your trip and possibly lose your money, you could consider changing your dates until later in the year, just request a 'change of dates' and subject to availability, I'd be happy to organise it. If however, you wish to cancel because, for example, the weather is not looking good, then the usual cancellation policy will apply. So, if you are curious about what it would be like to stay in a home made without concrete, bricks and plastic, and stay on one of the most beautiful islands in the world, we would love to meet you.
  • Super stay at the straw bale Bothy! It’s warm and cosy, has great views of mountains and the sea, and is so peaceful! It’s a good base for sightseeing on the Island, which is stunning! Our stay coincided with beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic lockdown but Nicola was so kind and reassuring, she has taken every step to make sure the Bothy is super clean and safe, we wish we could have stayed up here in the fresh air rather then go back to the city!

    Vicky2020-03-19T00:00:00Z
  • Nicola’s bothy was an amazing place to stay for our visit to Skye. Really comfy and unique place in a great location. The surrounding views are amazing and it was lovely to get home after a tiring day and relax there! Nicola couldn’t have been more helpful and friendly! Would thoroughly recommend this place to anyone visiting Skye!

    Graham2020-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • I loved this Bothy. I had such an incredible time here. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind, but also to use as a base for exploring Skye, even in winter! The bothy itself had all the things I needed, with little thoughtful and personal touches from Nicola that made it all the more special and relaxing. It is in a great location. Waking up every morning and watching the sunrise over the mountains from the bedroom window, to stargazing outside on a clear evening. It is a beautiful place. Nicola was incredibly attentive and thoughtful, which just made my time at the bothy special and seamless. Her vegan chocolate brownies were also to die for! I will definitely be returning to this bothy!

    Olivia2020-02-27T00:00:00Z
  • a magical place in a small corner of the island, I highly recommend clean and comfortable, well decorated

    Isabelle2020-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • Nicola’s place is lovely, full of thoughtful touches and amazingly clean. It’s a beautiful place to stay if you want a lovely chilled week end away. It’s a very comfortable and cosy place.. you will feel at home straight away. Nicola’s place is located in a lovely spot close to the beach and local amenities. Nicola is a lovely host and was always available if we needed anything. She welcomed us with incredibly tasty cakes and gave us a lot information regarding places to visit. We absolutely loved everything about our stay and would definitely go back again. Thank you Nicola !

    Virginia2020-02-16T00:00:00Z
  • The Strawbale Bothy is a real authentique detailed and handmade home for all kind of travellers. It's made for two people and if they are not related it could be interesting in the cosy bed. I like the fact, that there is no TV in the bothy and that you recognize the owner in every detail of the bothy. Nicola welcomed us very warm and kindly. We got a very nice talk and she gave us nice tips for our short trip through the Isle. Well, I could write a whole more of the bothy, but at least just this: Go there and fall in love like we did! Thank you Nicola, we will definetly come back again.

    Phil2020-02-12T00:00:00Z
  • The place is absolutely amazing with a stunning view over the sea! We could even sit outside and watch the stairs in the night. Super cosy and well-decorated place with plenty of space for two people, we didn't need anything, everything was just perfect and Nicole was such a lovely host.

    Line2020-02-02T00:00:00Z
  • Lovely cosy bothy, a work of art! Everything was in great working order and it was lovely and clean. Nicola made everything beautiful and welcoming. Her flapjacks are 10/10!

    Ed2020-01-26T00:00:00Z
  • Room Type

    Entire home/flat


    Property Type

    Cottage


    Accommodates

    2


    Bedrooms

    1

    Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom

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