Tigh na Creag

ID: S6175

  • Bedrooms 2
  • ・ Sleeps 4
  • ・ Pets No

About this property

Portree 12 miles. A very well-presented detached cottage situated on a hillside in the township on Sconser on the magical Isle of Skye. From the elevated location of this Skye cottage there are southerly views across to the Isle of Raasay and the mountains of the mainland. Immaculately-presented throughout, this Skye cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends who will appreciate the excellent central location of the cottage which is ideal for exploring the whole island. There are two bright and spacious bedrooms, one double and a twin with a fabulous en-suite shower room. The open plan living accommodation in this Skye cottage is dominated by the picture window overlooking the loch and is a very sociable and welcoming area. The bespoke fitted kitchen/dining room is very well equipped and a perfect place for enjoying a meal with family and friends. At the front of this Skye cottage there is space to sit and enjoy the views and sunsets. With the capital town of the island, Portree, just 12 miles to the north and the second main centre of population, Broadford, just 13 miles to the south, you are never far from excellent shopping facilities. Close by is a hotel, renowned locally for its high-quality cuisine and friendly small bar. With this lovely Portree cottage being centrally located, you can travel south to the Sleat peninsula known as the garden of Skye and visit Armadale Castle or travel north up to Portree and tour the dramatic coastal road around the top of the island. Skye is a big island, full of wonderful scenery, an abundance of wildlife and lots of history. Whether you walk up the Cuillins, or languish on a quiet beach, you will love to return to the comfort of your Skye cottage at the end of a busy day. Note: This property is approx. 100 yards from Ref. 912924, together they sleep 10.

The charming town of Portree, set around its natural harbour on the ruggedly beautiful Isle of Skye, boasts a wide range of shops, hotels and restaurants amongst its winding streets. This quiet, tranquil town offers a large variety of cultural attractions too. The Aros Centre, with its programme of concerts, theatre and cinema is well worth visiting and sports enthusiasts will be well catered for by the wealth of sea kayaking, rock-climbing and a good choice of well-marked walks across the island. The spectacular rock formations of Trotternish Ridge stretch for miles along the thirty-one kilometres of continuous cliffs, showing widely diverse pinnacles and forms. With the imposing Dunvegan castle, and the Talisker Distillery Visitor Centre, there's something for everyone to see on this very special island.

Accommodation

All ground floor.

Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC.

Bathroom with bath, basin and WC.

Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric coal-effect fire.

Entrance porch/utility.

Oil underfloor central heating with electric fire.

Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 3 x TVs with FreeSat, DVD, radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs.

Fuel and power included in rent.

Bed linen and towels included in rent.

Cot and highchair on request.

Ample off road parking.

Front patio with furniture.

Sorry, no pets and no smoking.

Shop 12 miles, hotel with pub and restaurant 1 mile.

Coast 3 mins walk.

Nearby points of interest

  • Blà Bheinn
  • Old Man of Storr
  • Inner Sound to Kyleakin
  • Talisker Distillery
  • Applecross Photographic Gallery
  • Bealach na Ba Road

Reviews (54)

  • Faheem

    Present a perfect relaxing and homely feeling. Views are amazing from the living room glass window. Very much enjoyed our break.

  • Sue

    It was warm - we were winter guests - and cosy. Everything was clean and in working order. We loved the shower. I do feel new pillows are in order, though. Mine were not comfortable. Sorry I forgot to put the dishwasher on. I got it ready but forgot to press go.

  • John

    30pm on our first day to a warm and lovely cottage. The rooms were so spacious and a nice welcome box of shortbread with a cup of coffee made the perfect start. We booked this cottage back in Nov 2021 so it was a long time coming but well worth the wait. The owner was very helpful by leaving the cottage ready for us to use without any key fussing or trying to locate things just fantastic week. The only down side was our departure day which was a freak of nature and the flooding around Scotland caused us to stop near a village in Loch Lomond as landslides and water in the road prevented us getting home so we had to sleep in our small car and get home the following day. A great week in the cottage spoilt by the journey home but we got back eventually. For any new customers going to this property you will not be disappointed and it has so many great views.

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