Isle of Skye, Scotland
A delightfully remote escape on the Isle of Skye with breath-taking coastal views.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Admire the rugged north-west Skye headland in utter isolation at this contemporary Scottish longhouse. Perfect for escaping the everyday, it offers a glimpse of nature at its very best with mesmerising views of an idyllic and remote part of the world. Nature-lovers can spend their time watching the playful seals, while walkers can head straight out along the dramatic Scottish coastline.
Built to make the most of its natural splendours, the Wood h combines simple designs with luxurious touches. Floor-to-ceiling windows steal the show and offer outstanding views of the coast from the open plan living and dining area. A large wooden deck also offers expansive sea views and is a wonderful vantage point for spotting the spectacular Northern Lights. Warm fur throws, underfloor heating and a wood burning stove give the interior a homely feel while the fully-equipped kitchen is perfect for cooking up a feast.
Sleeping up to six adults and two children, the house is ideal for both secluded romantic breaks and relaxing group holidays. With a sense of understated luxury, the two king-size bedrooms offer exceptional comfort with deluxe beds and en-suite bathrooms. A further twin and bunk bedroom continue the theme ensuring that you have a haven to retreat to after a busy day of adventure.
Home to some of the island’s most magnificent scenery, the area surrounding the Wood h boasts excellent walking and hiking opportunities. The rugged moorland of Macleod’s Tables is within close proximity, along with the breath-taking Ramasaig Cliffs. For a more relaxed day out there also are plenty of places to visit, including the beautiful Coral beach with its white sandy shores, the historic Dunvegan Castle with its rich and colourful history and the pretty Neist Point Lighthouse with its spectacular views. Boat trips are also ideal for spotting the varied wildlife and taking in some of the fresh sea air.
But if all that seems a little too demanding then why not head to the world-renowned Three Chimneys restaurant for an authentic island treat. Here you can enjoy award-winning home-grown food in an awe-inspiring location before heading back to your secluded coastal retreat for a cosy night beside the fire.
Inverness airport, 3.5hrs, 140 miles
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