Within yards of the sea and with wonderful views over the mountains, this delightful traditional detached croft cottage dates back to 1850 and has been sympathetically modernised and extended. The cottage retains its whitewashed stone exterior and features exposed beams, wood burning stove and wooden floors. The attic bedrooms (twin and single) are reached by a steep stair and have low ceilings. The rooms are warm, cosy and very comfortably furnished. The cottage stands in its own enclosed garden, on a quiet 'no through' road directly facing the sea and is within walking distance of the shops (1 mile), restaurant and bar (1/4 mile).
Waterloo is near Broadford and the ideal central base for exploring this fascinating island - places of interest include the local Serpentarium, museums and exhibitions on folklore and local culture. Day trips could include a day out to the Isle of Rassay from nearby Sconer or a round trip by small ferry from Kylerhea to Glenelg, round Loch Duich and Eilean Donan Castle then back to Skye via the toll bridge. For more active pursuits, climbing and walking are plentiful.
1 double, 1 twin and 1 single bedroom (travel cot available), open plan living/dining/kitchen with stove, shower room. All electric. Fridge, auto washing machine, dishwasher, television, DVD and CD player. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Customer Reviews of Waterloo Cottage, Isle of Skye - Sleeps 4
"The cottage was clean and comfortable in a very pleasant location." Mr McGowan
"Fantastic property!" Mrs Gillam
"Excellent location and cosy property." Mr D. Mason
"We love this property on Skye and think its such good value for money. We have stayed here 3 times and can't speak highly enough of the cottage, its always sparkling clean." Mrs Coan