Wilmar, at Carbost on the Isle of Skye, is a 1920's croft house on the shore of Loch Harport.
Set in a charming garden, and traditionally furnished, Wilmar offers a homely welcome, and high standard of accommodation.
Set in the lee of the hill it is named after Lon Ban overlooks the calming sea-view of Loch Harport. Sitting out on the decking in the early morning sun will give you a wonderful view of the atmospheric Cuillin Hills.
Peacefully located above a single track road, just a mile from Carbost village with shop, pub and Post Office. Stunning views, Cosy, well equipped accommodation - two bedrooms, sleeps 4. Open all year. Dogs welcome.
Osedale house is a traditional stone built croft house situated on open croft land next to the charming river Ose . It has stunning views of Loch Bracadale, Harlosh,, Tarner islands and Macleods Tables.
Arnaval, a self-catering holiday cottage on the Isle-of-Skye, is capable of sleeping six people in four bedrooms, set in the lee of a hill it is in a peaceful coastal environment with Fiscavaig beach a few minutes from the house.