Tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac within the rural hamlet of Clachamish, this cosy cottage, called Erriff, is completely secluded and is accessed from the main road by a gate and a tree lined driveway. It overlooks a small brook and is set within a large garden of mature shrubs and trees. In summer there are regular boat trips from Dunvegan to see puffins and seals basking on the rocks; pony trekking is available from the nearby stables at Suledale; while well-signposted country walks and the seashore are all within easy reach.
Well equipped and comfortably furnished, the cottage is approximately eleven miles from shops, hotels and restaurants in the busy town of Portree, while the village of Dunvegan, with its historic castle, shops and hotels, is a short drive in the opposite direction. The spectacular scenery of Neist Point Lighthouse on the road past the reknowned Three Chimneys Restaurant and the Duirinish Peninsula adds to the enduring magic of this Skye cottage.