Cuillin View, Skye - Sleeps 2
Situated on a headland overlooking Husabost Bay, this traditional detached cottage enjoys dramatic unrestricted views across Loch Dunvegan. The captivating scenery includes Scotland’s only coral sand...
Customer Reviews of Cuillin View, Skye - Sleeps 2
1st comment: This is a cosy, well equipped cottage in a stunning location. Fairly isolated but within reach of some fine restaurants and pubs. Our 2nd time here. Heaven re-visited. June 2012.
2nd comment: A beautifully located cottage in a peaceful setting. A really good get away from it all holiday. June 2012.
3rd comment: Cottage is situated in quite a remote position and holiday makers must be prepared to travel quite a few miles if they wish to do a lot of sight visiting round the island. It pays to keep the car fuel tank well filled. June 2012.
4th comment: Wonderful cottage with everything you need, stunning scenery and a real "away from it all" feel. Remote situation means that you can’t cover too many miles in a day. April 2012.
5th comment: We had an amazing holiday in Cuillin View cottage - it was perfect in every way, especially the view, the location and the log fire. Arriving on cold dark November evening to the lamps being on, fire already lit and a bottle of wine and milk in the fridge was really appreciated. Skye beautiful. Thank you to the owners. Oct 2011.
6th comment: The cottage was wonderful. It had good facilities and a superb location. The guidebooks in the cottage proved very valuable for our walks around the Isle of Skye. We were very thankful for the little extras on arrival. Will definitely visit again. Oct 2011.
7th comment: Excellent location and property for a couple looking for a cosy home from home comfort. Lovely views over Loch Leverne and good country walks. There is a very good resturant a short drive away making this a very good choice for a romantic break for two and being able to have the dog with us made our stay a complete joy! Aug 2011.
8th comment: Well appointed cottage. The view is unsurpassed. Very nice to have a washer/dryer in Scotland. The dryer is a big bonus in that climate. July 2011.