A delightful Skye cottage for 4
Lying in the traditional crofting township of Balmacquien towards the end of the Trotternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye, Seann Druim is a charming detached, cosy croft cottage with panoramic sea and coastal views to front and hill views to the rear.
The original stone cottage has been extended and renovated to provide spacious, comfortable, self catering holiday accommodation for up to 4 people. Retaining some traditional features, the house enjoys a warm and cosy atmosphere yet has all modern comforts.
Bookings can be from any day to any day. Click to check availability. To make a booking request, please call us on +44 (0)1505 327 632 or mobile: +44 (0)771 947 9525. Alternatively, use our enquiry form.
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A tranquil cottage retreat
Features: Quarry-tiled rooms on the ground floor; wooden v-lined walls and ceilings; oil-fired central heating; double glazing.
Exterior: More than half an acre around the cottage, fully fenced, providing plenty of space to relax, paint, have a BBQ, etc.
Kitchen/dining area: A generous kitchen/dining area with dining room table and chairs. Adjoining is a good sized utility room with sink, washing machine, drying rails, etc.
Lounge: With a laminate floor and Fyfestone fireplace. Sit and relax and enjoy the views or choose to read (one of the many novels or Skye guides), listen to CDs, play a game, watch TV or even a DVD whilst keeping cosy in front of the fire.
Sun room: The sun lounge enjoys views over the surrounding countryside and particularly westwards to Sron Vourlinn which stands at the end of the Trotternish Ridge.
Bedrooms: Upstairs there are two cosy bedrooms, one double and a twin with the bathroom in between. Both bedrooms have beautiful views out towards the sea, very peaceful.
On the breathtaking Isle of Skye
Seann Druim's location on the Trotternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye puts it in one of the most spectacular landscapes to be found in the British Isles, with magnificent mountains, moorland, lochs and sea. One local feature: The Quiraing is one of the most exciting natural rock formations anywhere in Scotland. The coast with its many miles of beautiful cliffs, stacks, sea caves, natural arches, waterfalls and fabulous marine and bird life, provides the visitor with wonderful and varied walking and exploring opportunities.
Click below for a map of the location and more about the attractions of this part of the Isle of Skye.