Monkstadt No 1- Betty's Lookout Charming family cottage. Features one king-sized bedroom and a second bedroom with bespoke bunk beds, a large bathroom, an open plan kitchen/dining area, and a living room with a wood-burning stove.
Stay in a wildly romantic Skye- Monkstadt 1745 - Luxury Lodge & Steadings; share a pedigree past linked to Bonnie Prince Charlie the young Jacobite pretender and instigator of the Jacobite uprising of 1745; romantic walks, historic sites, fresh seafood, and total relaxation.
The Prince was disguised as Betty Burke, an Irish spinning maid. They set sail in a small boat from Benbecula on 27th June 1746, not to the mainland but to Skye, landing in Kilmuir at what is today called Rudha Phrionnsa (Prince’s Point).
Betty's Lookout is a perfect family cottage surrounded by majestic views out to sea and the Outer Hebrides. It’s set in a place with spectacular views and boasts a king-sized bedroom and a second bedroom with designed bunk beds.
The spacious living area is a wood-burning stove with comfy couches perfectly placed to enjoy the views and sliding patio doors allowing access to a paved deck with a hot tub and a seating area to enjoy your morning coffee or evening meal during the summer months.