Loch Aluinn Self Catering
Private entrance to porch with lounge, kitchen/dining room, toilet/shower room, 1 double four poster bedroom and 1 single bedroom all on ground level.
All bed linen and towels are provided free of charge. Bedrooms, corridors and public rooms are fully carpeted or tiled and equipment includes:
Ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave oven, slow cooker, washer/dryer machine, fridge freezer, toaster, sandwich press, colour televisions x 2, video, DVD player and HiFi. Books, games, videos, maps and information leaflets are provided along with a welcome pack, which includes tea, coffee, sugar, milk, biscuits and a bottle of wine.
The house is a no smoking zone with electricity and central heating throughout the apartment provided at no extra charge. Private car parking is on site and the bus stop is situated within a quarter of a mile.
Groceries can be purchased for your arrival - please give at least two days' notice.
Here are some of the written feedback comments we have received:
Simply the best! We hope to be back soon (Dundee)
Excellent well equipped accommodation, ideally placed for visiting Skye's attractions (Manchester)
This is the best equipped holiday 'cottage' we have ever rented - we have decided to upgrade it from 4 stars to 5 stars! (Finch, England)
Lovely accommodation, very well catered for, everything you could want, especially in the kitchen - good base to come back to and great views. (Foy, England)
Excellent 'home from home', have thought of everything and spotlessly clean! Also a great touring spot (Finlayson, Scotland)
Top notch cottage - really well catered for and looked after. First time on Skye, can't wait to return - lots more to do here!
For the hill walker, Loch Aluinn is a veritable paradise with the awe-inspiring Black Cuillin Hills (2.5 miles) providing challenging walking and climbing experiences, whilst the popular Glen Brittle pathway offers excellent walks.
Within walking distance of Loch Aluinn is Sconser Golf Course, as is excellent seasonal fishing on the nearby Loch and River Sligachan. Also within walking distance is the Raasay Ferry terminal, offering trips to the beautiful and peaceful island of Raasay.
For those wishing to venture to the Outer islands of Harris and North Uist, day trips are available from Uig.
A variety of wild life including seals, otters, deer and numerous wild fowl including buzzards, herons and Golden Eagles can often be seen.
For a night out, Sligachan Hotel is within 3 miles and Sconser Lodge Hotel is within 3/4 mile walking distance. They offer a variety of whisky malts and local beers along with bar and dining room meals in a friendly atmosphere.
Loch Aluinn is a perfect centre for visiting the many Castles, Brochs, craft shops, potteries and museums that Skye has to offer. Nearby Portree offers shopping opportunities, a public swimming pool and Heritage centre.
Cost: From £300 - £450 per week (Saturday to Saturday)
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This page was last updated: 20 May 2012