Set amidst stunning Highland scenery, our four thatched cottages, "Tigh Phadraig", "Tigh Màiri", "Tigh Seonag" and "Tigh Lachie", each offer a unique taste of luxurious and romantic self-catering accommodation including a traditional veiled boxed bed (better than any four poster!), under floor heated stone floors throughout (absolutely wonderful on bare feet!), with a stove sitting in the large stone fire place - perfect for watching the flickering flames whilest sipping at a wee dram or of course the chilled bottle of bubbly during your romantic retreat. They make the ideal honeymoon or anniversary hideaway.
A well equipped fully fitted kitchen is also installed, but if you don't fancy cooking there are many fine restaurants on the Isle of Skye, including, Coruisk House which is right next door. Iain and Clare are gaining a reputation to rival many of the other big named restaurants on the island. Enjoy the perfect romantic vacation in some of the finest Highland thatched cottages (or 'black houses') in Scotland. The cottages have been awarded Four Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and are available to rent throughout the year.
Out of season or within the last month prior to the arrival dates we will do shorter breaks.
Contact us directly for availability and pricing
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
From Skye Bridge A87 follow signs to Broadford. Turn left onto the A881 Elgol road and follow this for approx 14 miles.
Satnav users - avoid Mallaig unless you have checked ferry availability!
From the nearest information centre:- From Portree Tourist Iinformation Centre follow the A87 to Broadford. As you come into Broadford, turn right at the Broadford Hotel onto the A881.
From Broadford TIC, head north for approx 500 metre and turn left onto the A881 Elgol road.
Getting there by railway:- The world famous Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh line will take you through the heart of the Highlands to its terminus near the Skye Bridge.
Or try the steam train (May - Oct) from Fort William to Mallaig and catch the ferry, the proper way to start a Hebridean holiday.
Getting there by aeroplane:- Inverness Airport is around 2.5 hours away by hire car via Loch Ness. Glasgow Airport is 5 hours away by car or a little longer by coach service as far as Broadford.
Getting there by ferry:- You can still come over the sea to Skye by travelling the Road to the Isles to Mallaig and catching the ferry to Armadale in south Skye. Cars are now carried throughout the year, but please check. If you are adventurous and really want to avoid the Skye Bridge turn off the A87 at Shiel Bridge and follow the signs for the tiny Glenelg Ferry (summer only) to Kylerhea in south Skye.
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