Traditional Cottage in the heart of Skye

Traditional Cottage in the heart of Skye

Caroline

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Sitting in 5 acres of its own ground with superb views over Staffin village and Staffin bay, Braeside cottage offers an excellent standard of accommodation for 4 people. The cottage dates back to 1920 and has been completely renovated in recent years but still retains its character.

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Who we are

  1. We are a family of 6 from the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

  2. Dugald is a Crofter and runs the dinosaur museum in the lsland, Debbie is a Carer in an old folks home and I am their daughter Caroline who runs a local food trailer at a tourist hot spot just down the road. The other three are my sister Catriona, Auntie Donalda and our cousin Eilidh.

  3. We are travelling to Vancouver to see our Brother who lives there now. We are very reliable and trustworthy individuals.

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Where is it?

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Braeside Cottage is situated within the scenic crofting village of Staffin and is close to the spectacular rock formations of the Quiraing mountain. The property nestles within 5 acres of ground and has panoramic views over the bay.
The Isle of Skye is an island renowned for its magnificent scenery, spectacular sunsets and abundant wildlife, it also boasts historic interest with the great castles of the clans MacLeod and MacDonald. Skye resonates with the echoes of Flora MacDonald who in 1746, helped the then fugitive Bonnie Prince Charlie to safety, crossing from Uist to Skye before he boarded ship at Portree, never to return to Scotland.
There are fine walks for the energetic (and for the less so!), the best mountain scrambling in Scotland, kayaking, horse riding, cycling, the Talisker distillery and of course, salmon and trout fishing.

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