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Recent Hebrides Reviews

Wonderful base for exploring Skye.

5 of 5
Mr. Murphy Miller is a most solicitous pooch who greets you as you arrive at this charming cottage just outside the town of Dunvegan on Skye. We were greeted promptly by our lovely hostess, and Murphy's owner, Jasmine. A fire had been set on a chilly Fall afternoon, and we immediately felt welcomed by both dog and owner. Each of the two upstairs bedrooms has an ensuite, with certainly the best showers in Skye. The views across the garden toward the castle on the opposite shore are marvelous. Jasmine can provide a wealth of information on local sights and hikes. Her recommendations for local restaurants were spot on - try the Red Roof just down the road in Glendale, the baking is just remarkable. Slightly further afield, the Old School Restaurant in Dunvegan never disappoints. And a drive further on to Waternish brings you to chef Michael Smith's (formerly of Three Chimneys) new Loch Bay Restaurant for spectacular seafood. All in all, we spent a fabulous three days in a lovely and comfortable cottage.
  • Submitted: Oct 18, 2016
  • Stayed: Oct 2016