Property Address:    Stoney Cottage, 2 Carbost, Skeabost Bridge, Isle of Skye, IV51 9PD.     Email:
Contact (Fiona Rogan):   Mobile: 07764 514 477   Home: 0141 339 5808


Welcome to Stoney Cottage Self Catering

Welcome to Stoney Cottage which is a traditional 100 year old croft house that has been tastefully modernised, offering comfortable accommodation to make your stay special. The cottage is surrounded by rolling hills and tranquil countryside where you can expect to see cattle, sheep, birds plus a good variety of wild flora.

This comfortable, cosy, well-equipped and historic cottage makes a wonderful base for accessing the many delights that the Isle of Skye has to offer. With so many things to see and do Skye is a fabulous place for an island holiday, amid superb scenery that changes with the weather, from rolling hills and moorland to rocky sea-shores and pristine sandy beaches. Come and stay at Stoney Cottage, and have an unforgettable holiday!

The cottage is a welcome retreat to come home to after a days walking the hills, to relax by the cosy coal fire, along with books, maps, walking guides, DVDs and a TV are provided to while away those wet misty days on Skye! The outside patio areas will catch both the morning and evening sun the island is not always misty, as our photographs show!

Starter pack of coal and kindlers, electricity, linen and towels are inclusive. There is off-road parking and a half acre garden to relax in. There is a little nursery with a cot making it a very versatile property for a family with a young baby.

Skye can be justifiably proud of a wonderful range of places to eat and drink. There is a good quality hotel is within walking distance where you can play a 9 hole 18 tee golf course, enjoy riverside walks or experience fine dining in the restaurant or bar.

Portree with all its town facilities is only 5 miles away. The River Snizort (which is accessible from the garden) leads to Loch Snizort which is a short walk away. There you can walk along the shore and visit St Columba's Isle which has the remains of a chapel dedicated to St Columba, the best known of many saints associated with Skye It became the Metropolitan Church of the Isles until its move to Iona in 1498.It also has the traditional burial place of the chiefs of the Clan Nicolson. Many of Skye's most notable visitor attractions are within a 30-minute drive There is plenty to see and do for the outdoor adventurer, nature lover, photographer, angler, bird watcher or those who just wish to take it easy. Come and see for yourself - the cottage is a little gem.

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Stoney Cottage Self Catering Holiday Cotttage Accommodation near Skeabost - the Patio

Patio

Loch Snizort, Isle of Skye

The tranquil shoreline of Loch Snizort

View of the Cuillins from near Borve and the road to Portree

View of the Cuillins from near the road to Portree

 

Loch Snizort and the mountains of Harris from near the cottage

Loch Snizort, Isle of Skye

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