Marishader Cottage is a delightful, traditional, stone built 2 bedroomed
croft house situated in its own enclosed garden within the small crofting township
of Marishader in the stunning Trotternish peninsula. Situated some 2.5 miles from
Staffin and 18 miles north of Portree it is an ideal location for a couple to
get away from it all.
Woodburn Cottage is situated in Waternish amidst some of the most
beautiful and unspoilt scenery on the Isle of Skye and is just a couple of miles from the Skye Shilasdair Shop. The cottage sleeps up to
four people with one double room and one twin room. All fuel and electricity
is included in the price and there is free internet access available in the property.
This semi-detached traditional croft house is set in a stunning quiet location
with spectacular sea views over to the Isle of Rasaay, Plockton and Glamaig.
Located in the quiet and peaceful crofting community of Peinchorran, 8 miles
south of Portree, the capital of the Isle of Skye.The house is set within a beautiful,
relaxing garden, both were previously featured in Home Plus Scotland Magazine.
Gramarye Cottage is a traditional 2 bedroomed self catering croft house situated in its own
large enclosed garden, a stones throw from The Sound of Raasay, and 8 miles south of
Portree at Peinachorran, Braes.
Waternish, in the north-west of the Isle of Skye, is a premier tourist destination.
Its magic begins with the Fairy Bridge and spellbinding views across Loch Dunvegan
to the Outer Isles. A place where 'Skye meets sky' and visitors receive an all-year
round Highland welcome.
We're a small team specialising in boat trips around the north-west
coast of the enchanting Isle of Skye. All our trips provide you with the opportunity
of spotting some of the incredible local wildlife - including seals, golden eagles,
terns, sea eagles, puffins and several species of whales and dolphins, whilst
drawing on the rich seams of history and legend of the Island.
Photographs of the Isle of Skye capturing the unique light and beauty on and around the Isle of
Skye including its wildlife and magnificent scenery. Sea Eagles, Terns, Seals and
Dolphins against a backdrop of dramatic weather and vistas await the visitor to these shores.
Big enough to hold the world-famous mountains of the Cuillin and have plenty of room to spare,
Skye also has a huge coast. Several peninsulas, each with its own blend of wildlife, add to
this otter-rich shoreline. From mountain flowers, eagles and corncrakes by the crofts of
the north-west to the lush bluebell woods and sheltered bays of Elgol and Sleat is a
journey with many wild variations. Beyond, the nearby mainland has classic mountain
walks over ground where red deer roam.