Skye cottages

This mystical jewel off the western coast of Scotland is a place that awakens the spirit and captivates the soul. Our Skye cottages, nestled amidst dramatic landscapes, offer a perfect base to discover this remote paradise. Explore the rugged beauty of the Cuillin Mountains, where the adventurous can hike and climbers can test their mettle. Discover the ethereal Fairy Pools, crystal-clear waters cascading through a fairy-tale glen. The Old Man of Storr, a towering rock pinnacle, beckons photographers and hikers alike. Skye’s coastline is a labyrinth of cliffs, sea stacks, and hidden coves, each more enchanting than the last. Quaint villages like Portree offer a taste of island life, with colourful houses lining the harbour. Our Skye cottages provide a cosy haven after days of exploration. Whether you seek dramatic landscapes, rich folklore, or tranquil seclusion, the Isle of Skye delivers it all. So pack your bags and head off for an unforgettable break.

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The Isle of Skye, located off the western coast of Scotland, is a captivating destination renowned for its dramatic landscapes, rugged mountains, and rich Gaelic heritage. If you're after a little more opulence then why not treat yourself to one of our Skye luxury cottages?

Here are some of the main places to visit on the Isle of Skye:

  1. The Fairy Pools: Located in Glen Brittle, the Fairy Pools are a series of crystal-clear, turquoise-hued pools and waterfalls. Enjoy a scenic hike through the enchanting Fairy Glen to reach these natural wonders.

  2. The Old Man of Storr: This iconic rock formation is a must-see on the Isle of Skye. The towering pinnacle rises majestically above the landscape, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The hike to the Old Man of Storr rewards visitors with stunning vistas of the Isle of Skye's beauty.

  3. Quiraing: A geological marvel, the Quiraing is a landslip formed by ancient volcanic activity. Its otherworldly landscapes, consisting of dramatic cliffs, rock formations, and rolling hills, make it a favourite among photographers and hikers.

  4. Fairy Glen: This charming and mystical landscape features small conical hills, grassy knolls, and winding paths. The Fairy Glen's unique topography creates an ethereal atmosphere that feels like stepping into a fairy tale.

  5. Dunvegan Castle: The oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland, Dunvegan Castle is set against the backdrop of Loch Dunvegan. Visitors can explore its rich history, and beautiful gardens, and view the famous Fairy Flag, a cherished heirloom of the MacLeod Clan.

  6. Neist Point Lighthouse: Located on the westernmost point of the Isle of Skye, the Neist Point Lighthouse offers awe-inspiring views of dramatic cliffs, crashing waves, and the vast expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a popular spot for watching sunsets and wildlife, including dolphins and seals.