Cosy, comfortable, peaceful wee hut for 2 on a family-run croft at the foot of the Quiraing. 15 minutes drive to Storr and Rubha Huinish walks and 30 minutes to Portree. Close by are 2 shops, 1 of which has fuel pumps. You'll have your own parking, private deck and shower room as well as tea&coffee making facilities and a well-stocked welcome pack for your first night but most importantly uninterrupted views over the bay to the mainland with only our sheep as neighbours.
“Can't say enough about how wonderful our stay here was - the location was remote enough to see the stars at night but still be a good base to visit all the attractions on the Isle of Skye. Emma ensured the Hut was cozy and inviting despite our late arrival and was attentive and communicative the entire time. It was wonderful waking up to the sheep outside and they also have the sweetest, friendliest cat. Would definitely stay here again!”
Very Private family and dog friendly former crofters bungalow. Sitting on a croft under the spectacular Trotternish Ridge and Quiraing in North East Skye. 1 Mile from beaches, 2 miles from village with shops, cafes and take aways.
“This cottage was perfect for us! Hosts were communicative and helpful, and check-in and check-out went smoothly. The cottage is very clean, neat, and everything is in great condition. Would highly recommend.”
Seasound, 5 Brogaig is a cosy, newly renovated relaxing self catering property. Located in the lovely scenic village of Staffin on the Trotternish Peninsula with elevated breathtaking panoramic sea and mountain views across Staffin bay to Gairloch, the Old Man of Storr and the Quiraing.
“Dawn has done an incredible job at making the cottage a place to feel at home, all while being such a beautiful tribute to the wonderful Isle in which it lays. The location is great - remote enough to feel as though you are in your own little bubble, but close enough to Portree and the attractions in Skye you made your trip to see. If you’re looking for a place to put your feet up on an evening, watching the sun set over the beach, heated by warmth of a fire with a glass of whiskey (or gin) in hand, we could not recommend Dawn’s place enough!”