Bonnie Prince Charlie had to leave Skye in a hurry, but you can stay for as long as you like and enjoy the perfect island retreat in one of our elegant self-catering holiday cottages.
Dunvegan Castle has four self-catering holiday cottages each with its own unique character and charm. Located within the castle grounds, they provide the perfect location for a get-away holiday in which to relax and enjoy the tranquillity of the castle's formal gardens and the beauty of Loch Dunvegan. For the more adventurous, they are ideally situated as a base for fishing, hill walking, sightseeing and touring on the Isle of Skye.
The cottages are comfortably furnished, centrally heated and well equipped. They each contain a TV, kitchen with dining area, washing machine, tumble-dryer, fridge-freezer, microwave and dishwasher. Bed linen and towels are included in the rental charge.
A welcome pack awaits your arrival. It includes a complimentary invitation to visit Dunvegan Castle & Gardens with information on what to see and do during your stay.
Please check https://www.dunvegancastle.com/hospitality/holiday-cottages/ for our special offers!
'Rose Valley Cottage was a First Class Package, would recommend the location, cottage and castle to anyone who wants to visit Scotland. We look forward to a return visit soon.' MacLeod Party
'Gardens Cottage had excellent facilities, fabulous for exploring the island, we would highly recommend the cottage and area.' Hunter Family
'Gardens Cottage must be one of the best locations we have ever been to, hopefully we will be returning one day.' Mr & Mrs D Barton
'Rose Valley Cottage is in a marvellous location, it was cosy, comfortable and welcoming. We were very much at home and sad to leave, we will definitely be back.' Gill Adams
'We have had a lovely stay at Gardens Cottage in Dunvegan. It was an ideal location to explore Skye. The facilities and cottage were wonderful for a family holiday with children.' Howarth & Hope Party
'Gardens Cottage - very clean and comfortable, lovely holiday.' Kate Smart
'Our stay at Laundry Cottage was excellent. Facilities were all we needed and the location of the cottage could not have been better.' Duncan Hamilton
'Rose Valley and Gardens Cottage are quiet and secluded and make an excellent base for families, especially when let together.' Mr A MacLaren
'Rose Valley was very quiet and private, nice kitchen and sitting room, good facilities.' Mr R Osczevski
'Laundry Cottage - a very special place/ The cottage was very comfortable and well equipped. We look forward to our next visit and would not hesitate to recommend the cottage and the estate to our friends.' Leon & Alison Pinsker
'We had a lovely time in Dunvegan and especially in the Rose Valley cottage. The cottage was exactly as described, simple and functional. We will keep a wonderful memory of our stay and won't miss the opportunity of recommending the estate to our friends and family.' Audrey Langlasse
Inverness A82 to Invermoriston, A887 to Kyle of Lochalsh
Fort William A82 to Invergarry, A87 to Kyle of Lochalsh
Kyle of Lochalsh to Dunvegan via the Skye Bridge
SAT-NAVS: Unless you intend on ‘sailing your car over the sea to Skye’, you should programme your sat nav route via Kyle of Lochalsh
Getting here by ferry: Ferry crossings to the Isle of Skye are seasonal and weather dependant. Please check timetables and availability in advance with the ferry companies.
Via Mallaig on the mainland to Armadale on the Isle of Skye. www.calmac.co.uk
Glenelg to Skye Ferry. Sail on the Glenahulish, the only turntable ferry of it's kind in the UK. www.skyeferry.co.uk
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.