Aird of Sleat,
Isle of Skye
Sorry no pets.
Price range: £295 - £595 pw.
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Tel: 01471 844362
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapHalf Seventeen is a traditional stone built crofthouse in the township of Aird, which is a small, scattered community near Armadale on the Sleat peninsula. The four mile drive from the ferry terminal to the cottage is one of the most scenic on the island, with far-reaching views which take in the Sound of Sleat, the island of Eigg and the beautiful mountains on the Knoydart peninsula.
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Wildlife abounds in the area... deer, otters and numerous species of birds, including golden eagles, are resident here and there is always a chance of spotting dolphins, whales or even a basking shark as Half Seventeen is set high up overlooking the sea. And it's peaceful... soooo peaceful...
It is possible to walk down to the sea-shore from the cottage, if you don't mind a bit of a scramble, or if you prefer to really stretch your legs, there is a superb walk along a track to the Point of Sleat where views to the Cuillin mountains and the isles of Eigg, Rum and Canna are magnificent on a clear day, and at the end of the track is Camas Daraich, a beautiful white sandy beach.
If you are looking to hire a traditional island cottage, in a visually stunning and peaceful location on the Isle of Skye, then look no further.
- Kitchen/diner with washing machine, microwave and gas cooker.
- Cosy living room with wood burning stove (logs provided).
- One double and one twin bedroom.
- Bathroom with electric shower over bath.
- Parking for one car (extra parking available nearby).
- In keeping with the traditional nature of the house, the stairs are rather steep and narrow, so may not be suitable for the elderly or infirm.
- The house is non-smoking throughout.