SLEEPS 4 | TWO COSY BEDROOMS | STUNNING VIEWS OVER KNOCK BAY | LARGE WINDOWS | WOOD BURNING STOVE IN LOUNGE | WOOD BURNING STOVE IN DINING ROOM | NEW KITCHEN | EGYPTIAN COTTON SHEETS | WI-FI INTERNET | RURAL POSITION | LARGE GARDEN | CLOSE TO THE SKYE BRIDGE | CLOSE TO ARMADALE PIER, CASTLE & GARDENS
Enjoy the cosy character of this self-catering cottage with stunning views of Knock Castle, Knock Bay and the Sound of Sleat. The Skye White House is located located in Sleat to the south of the beautiful Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom. Available on a Saturday to Saturday basis. Short stays may be available out of season. With two wood panelled bedrooms, the cottage can comfortably accommodate up to 4 people.
Restored and Renovated in 2012 the cottage is now light, bright while retaining its cosy character and charm. It is an ideal place from which to enjoy and explore the Isle of Skye.
The wood panelled main bedroom features a solid oak bed made in the UK by Ercol, Egyptian Cotton sheets and beautiful handmade porcelain lights, handmade in Stoke on Trent.
All principal rooms have large windows and enjoy stunning views down to Knock Bay, including the castle ruins and across the waters of the Sound of Sleat to the peaks of the Highlands in the distance.
On the ground floor of the cottage you will find two wood burning stoves. One in the dining room which adjoins the kitchen and another in the reading room.
The modern kitchen adjoins the dining room and has a view of a stone ruin at the rear of the cottage. It features a modern and efficient induction hob cook top, fan assisted oven, fridge freezer and a washing machine.
The Isle of Skye, famed for its beauty, setting, history, romance, was recently voted the 4th best island in the world by National Geographic. Hilly peninsulas and points, boasting wonderful names like Trotternish, Waternish, Duirinish and Sleat, radiate out haphazardly from the central massif of the Cuillin Hills, producing a succession of long, narrow sea lochs and bays, many with small villages and scattered crofting townships.
Set in the ‘Garden of Skye’ amongst some of the worlds most beautiful scenery, the charming Skye White House has panoramic views of Knock Bay, Knock Castle and the majestic Sound of Sleat. Beyond lie the peaks of the Knoydart mountains and the snow-capped peaks of the highlands. Within easy reach are golden sandy beaches, beautiful and sometimes challenging walking and climbing, as well as wonderful places for lunch with local pubs, art galleries and the Clan Donald Visitors Centre all nearby.
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The Skye White House is a beautiful self-catering cottage located on the magical Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom. The cottage is available for let on a Saturday to Saturday, although short breaks may be available out of season. To check availability and to book please contact us. You can also get in touch using the contact form at the bottom of the page:
+44 (0) 20 3602 0097 or +44 (0) 7917 161 211
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“Lucky enough to hit the jackpot with the weather and with cosey evenings in the cottage, it’s been a great week on Skye”
The SKYE WHITE HOUSE is located in Sleat, the garden of Skye, on the south-east peninsula of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Famous for its mild temperate climate this is the greenest part of Skye. Skye is connected to the mainland via the Skye Bridge although it is still possible to reach the island by ferry. The house is less than 20 minute drive from the Skye Bridge along excellent scenic roads. It is only a few minutes drive from Armadale Pier where one can catch a ferry to Mallaig on the Scottish mainland.
CAR | The easiest way to reach the Isle of Skye is via the Skye Bridge, part of the A87. It is a 2 hour drive from Inverness (the closest airport) There is also an aerodrome in nearby Broadford on Skye itself. The route takes you along some of the most stunning scenery and some of the best roads in the UK. Car hire is reasonably inexpensive at Inverness airport with services offered by all major operators. It is about 4 hours from Glasgow and about 5 hours from Edinburgh. It takes about 12 hours to drive from London.
TRAIN | You can travel to Fort William or the Kyle of Lochalsh on the rail network, which includes an OVERNIGHT SLEEPER service from London Euston. In Fort William you can catch the JACOBITE STEAM TRAIN to Mallaig made famous by Harry Potter – a truly stunning way to reach Skye.
AIR | Inverness airport is a 2 hour drive along some of the most exhilarating roads in the United Kingdom. Inverness is served by several UK airports including London Gatwick, London Luton, Southampton, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham and Jersey. It is also served by international airports including Zurich, Sumburgh, Dusseldorf and Amsterdam. You can also fly to Glasgow or Edinburgh airports although the drive is longer at 4 hours and 5 hours respectively.
SEA | A car ferry services operated by CALEDONIAN MACBRAYNE (CALMAC) departing from Mallaig (on the mainland) – arriving Armadale pier on Skye. The network extends to Raasay and the small Isles – Eigg, Muck, Rum and Canna. They also offer routes from the Isle of Skye to the Isle of Lewis.
Perhaps the most beautiful way to reach Skye is over the Kylerhea Straits on the community owned and operated turn table SKYE FERRY which runs between Easter and October. This stretch of water is the shortest distance from the Isle of Skye to the mainland and was in centuries past used by cattle drovers to swim their cattle across – this being the closest point on the Isle of Skye to the mainland.