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Tigh-a-Creagan, Uig, Sleeps 4

This attractively renovated detached croft house is set tucked on a hillside, with superb panoramic views. It is surrounded by croft land, with a large garden, making an idyllic cosy retreat at any time of...

This attractively renovated detached croft house is set tucked on a hillside, with superb panoramic views. It is surrounded by croft land, with a large garden, making an idyllic cosy retreat at any time of year. The cottage is light and bright, has direct views across to the Fairy Glen and around to Uig Bay. It is an ideal base for touring Skye and the area is superb for walking, hill climbing, bird watching and boat trips. The Trotternish Ridge and Ben Edra mountain are within walking distance from the cottage and the spectacular Quiraing is an easy drive, as is the sandy beach at Staffin Bay. The nearby village of Uig has shops, pubs, and the ferry terminal for the Outer Hebrides. The island’s pretty capital Portree (20 minutes’ drive). The Northern Lights have been seen from the cottage, and for nature lovers, a golden eagle often flies along the glen to the front of the cottage. A comfortable, relaxing Highland retreat, with superb unrestricted views. Shop/P.O 1/2 mile. Nearest pub/hotel ¾ mile.

Step to entrance. Living room with wood-burning stove and rugs on wooden floor. Well-equipped modern fitted kitchen/dining room with quarry-tiled floor. Shower room with toilet. First floor: Two bedrooms, each with sloping ceiling and rugs on wooden floor; one double and one twin.


  • Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
  • Elec, full NSH, bed linen and towels inc
  • T/cot on request
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD (small library)
  • Radio/CD
  • M/wave
  • Washer/dryer
  • D/washer
  • F/freezer
  • Large enclosed garden with furniture
  • BBQ
  • Parking
  • Secure cycle store
  • No smoking


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Customer Reviews of Tigh-a-Creagan, Uig, Sleeps 4

1st comment: A really comfortable cottage with excellent facilities and in a good location. July 2011.

2nd comment: The cottage is very pleasant and well equipped for those of us that like doing a lot of cooking whilst away! The view is superb and points such as a small DVD/CD library welcome. We would stay again. July 2011.

3rd comment: Peace and quiet. June 2011.

4th comment: A real gem. Stunning location and views. Very lucky with the weather. Bridget an excellent host-very friendly. Would recommend it. April 2011.

5th comment: A superb cottage in a fantastic remote location. Very cosy. On wet and windy days it was great to stay in and sample the books from the excellent mini-library. Owner charming - popped round to see how we were doing. Locals very friendly. Walks at Quiraing, Storr and Fingal’s Tomb highly recommended - fine views on clear days and mysteriously dramatic when misty. You could spend the the entire week exploring the Trotternish peninsula with minimal driving. Try the fish from the shop at the end of Portree Harbour - top class! Take time to stop at the Sligachan Hotel for views of the Cuillin - even better if you cross the road and follow the track towards Loch Coruisk. After about 30 mins you start to see into some of the big corries - still a long way away but stunning. April 2011.

6th comment: Well kept, very clean and homely cottage totally away from it all. Feb 2011.

7th comment: Secluded situation. Comfort. Oct 2010.

8th comment: This property offers an excellent standard of accommodation on a beautiful and relaxing setting. The owners attention to detail is second to none - there is everything you could possibly want here. Sept 2010.

9th comment: The property was beautiful - light and airy with lovely views over the glen and Uig bay yet also cosy and warm. It was one of the best properties we have stayed in and a delight to return to each evening. The owner was extremely helpful and the information pack contained a lot of useful detail about the local area and attractions. Sept 2010.

10th comment: Staying on Skye was a risk, since the weather is so unpredictable - however the cottage was completely dry and cosy, well equipped for what could have been a week indoors! In particular there were loads of games, books, music, DVDs etc. As it turned out the weather was good and we made good use of the many guide books to plan our outings. We didn’t meet the owner, unfortunately, but she was very helpful on the phone and there were some nice personal welcoming touches. Aug 2010.

11th Comment The property had been fully refurbished to an excellent standard. All fittings and furnishings were of a very high quality and everything worked perfectly making it a real ’home from home’ and an excellent base for exploring (in our opinion) the most picturesque area of the island. our two children under five were very excited by it and the garden was very safe and secure for them to run around in. All in all the property far exceeded our expectations. June 2010.

12th Comment Beautifully refurbished, tastefully furnished with stunning views. June 2010.

13th Comment Delightful accommodation.Very quiet retreat. Super views of mountains and sea. May 2010.

14th Comment Fantastic place - couldn’t rate it too highly. Oct 2009.

15th Comment Very comfortable and well renovated in a way that kept the cottage’s character but also felt modern. The kitchen was well equipped and we enjoyed the wood burning stove. Aug 2009.

16th Comment Well maintained, warm and comfortable, welcoming, peaceful location, well equipped. Aug 2009.

17th Comment Very nice house and lovely surroundings. July 2009.

18th Comment Beautiful property, well presented and spotlessly clean. June 2009.

19th Comment It was one of the most pleasant cottages we ever visited, friendly people, clean, modern, great views. June 2009.

20th Comment This was a really thoughtful property with excellent facilities, a real home from home. Whilst the pictures were accurate, they didn’t do the property justice. May 2008.

More Property Details

  • Property Reference: S82
  • HMG Ref: 1101141
  • Property Type: Detached Cottage
  • Number of Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps Suit: 4
  • Features: Wood Burning Stove, Enclosed Garden
  • Facilities: Cot, TV, Satellite, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Shower, Microwave, Bike Store, Barbecue
  • Location Features: Rural
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Week rental Starts: Saturday
  • Parking: For 2 Cars
  • Pets: 0
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    • Flora Macdonald Grave

      The story of Flora Macdonald is well known and her courageous support for Bonnie Prince Charlie. She is buried in Kilmuir Cemetary with a cross as a monument. A lovely location with the sea in the distance. Johnson's epitaph remains as moving as ever.

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