Wonderfully secluded substantial west-Highland stone house by sea shore in its own secluded grounds of 3/4 acre overlooking Skye.
Blythswood is a traditional west Highland stone house which stands in its own secluded grounds of 3/4 acre within an enclave of the National Trust for Scotland woodland garden at Glaick near Kyle of Lochalsh. The house is situated along its own private track and offers great peace and privacy, yet is only 3 miles from Kyle of Lochalsh. It is set back about 50 yards from the sea and has double glazed windows with magnificent views to Skye, Glenelg and beyond. The garden is surrounded by one of the finest patches of deciduous woodland in the north of Scotland and we have planted a collection of species rhododendrons chosen to flower from January until September.
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