Charming traditional stone cottage in working crofting community, Boreraig, North West Skye, with stunning sea views. Sleeps up to five in two rooms. Nearby attractions include Dunvegan Castle and award winning Three Chimneys restaurant.
Superb walks on Dunvegan Head behind cottage; deserted pebble beaches. This delightful cottage, built around 1900 and renovated in 2010, provides a warm home on Skye in the heart of Boreraig, the ancient seat of the MacCrimmon clan, pipers to the MacLeod chieftains. The living area downstairs is a single open plan room with stone walls and a fireplace for coal or wood, with traditional furnishings. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one featuring the original children's box beds. Extensions to the original cottage house the bathroom and WC, and provide a porch for your outdoor gear.
The walking in this part of Skye - Neist Point, MacLeod Maidens and Table Mountains and Dunvegan Head - is magnificent and accessible. Nearby Dunvegan Castle is a major Scottish attraction and restaurants in the vicinity - The Three Chimneys and Loch Bay Seafoods - are justly famous for their outstanding local produce. The secluded cottage garden is a haven for relaxation.