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Ground floor - Kitchen, dining/sitting room,
lounge with open
fire, sunroom, single bedroom, shower room.
First floor, double bedroom, twin
bedroom, bathroom. Exterior,
large enclosed garden with garden furniture (if
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see some photos.
Gas central heating, fuel for the open fire, electricity,
bed linen and
towels. Gas hob and oven, microwave, dishwasher,
fridge, washing machine,
colour TV, freeview, digital satelite, video,
CD player/radio and payphone.
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comfortably refurbished and highly commended family owned croft house
has panoramic views from virtually all of it's rooms, and stunning
sunsets which can be enjoyed from the comfort of the south facing
sunroom across to Loch Dunvegan and the Islands of North and South Uist.
up to its Gaelic name, 'Tigh na Mara' (house by the sea) is situated in
its own croft of 28 acres. As a family owned home, which was built as a
croft house by the current owners late grandparents, Tigh na Mara
affords a spacious, very comfortable base, for a family holiday or for
a group of friends who simply wish for peace, quiet, and relaxation
amongst some of the most stunning views of the West Highland Scottish
Tigh na Mara is a local potter and pottery, and Shilasdair,
the Skye yarn company, Skye
Skyns a family-run sheepskin business established in 1983,
and the Skye Cottage Museum where several original crofts have been
restored. Fifteen miles away is the dramatic Dunvegan Castle,
one of the oldest inhabited castles in Scotland, which is set amongst
beautiful gardens on the edge of Loch Dunvegan. From here you can enjoy
a boat trip out to the local seal breeding colonies along the coast.
drive to the east side of Loch Snizort (33 miles) you will find Monkstadt,
where Flora Macdonald brought Bonnie Prince Charlie to safety in 1746.
Skye has many fishing and crofting villages, townships, ancient ruins
and standing stones to explore. To the south of the island are the
scenic and dramatic Cuillin Hills that dominate the skyline amongst
breathtaking scenery. The mountains give plenty of scope for walkers
and climbers with 15 Munro's, (mountains higher than 3,000 ft) to
(Egon Ronay Guide) is 15 miles away and
close by is the excellent
Restaurant at Stein,
well worth a visit or two, not to mention the
restaurants in Dunvegan and Portree.