Aird Cottage, North Duntulm is located near the most northerly point on the Isle of Skye's Trotternish Peninsula and is in a crofting community bordering the shores of Kilmaluag Bay. The Trotternish Peninsula has some of the most spectacular scenery on the island. The area is one of great natural and rugged beauty with views across to the mainland. Driving up to the cottage from Portree you will pass famous landmarks such the Old Man of Storr, the basalt rocks of Kilt Rock and the Quiraing.
Aird Cottage lies next to the sea shore and offers unrestricted sea views across Kilmaluag Bay to the mountains of the mainland and the bay of Gairloch. Originally built in 1920, the cottage is a stone built croft house which has been modernised to an excellent high standard. A sun lounge has been added to further enjoy the panoramic stunning views seen from cottage.
Aird Cottage is the ideal tranquil holiday base whether it be for pure relaxation or activity filled days. Guide books and maps are provided to help you choose your preference. Areas of interest in this area alone include Kilt Rock, Duntulm Castle, The Skye Museum of Island Life, Flora MacDonald's grave and many galleries. The island is yours to explore.
The cottage is very well equipped and comprises of sun lounge, living room, kitchen, bathroom, 2 bedrooms (one double and a twin) and a large separate utility room. The cottage also has wireless broadband.
The Village of Uig and the Western Isles Ferry Terminal is only 7 miles to the southwest and the village of Staffin is also 7 miles to the southeast and has good local services including village shops / post office and cafe / restaurant. The Island's capital Portree is some 23 miles to the south and here you will find all the facilities you would expect of a busy town including, restaurants, leisure facilities, cinema / theatre and selections of shops and supermarkets.
The Cottage is available to let all year round. Sorry, no smoking or pets.