Park and Hill Holiday Cottages - Isle of Skye
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Park Cottage and Hill Cottage  sit on the croft at the end of the very scenic crofting township of Park Bernisdale on the Isle of Skye, 9 miles from Portree on the road to Dunvegan.
They are in separate, private and peaceful locations at the end of the road, with neither cottage visible from the other. Both are furnished in a very homely style and are quality checked by VisitScotland to ensure that standards are maintained or bettered, year on year, giving confidence that each cottage is a great base for your stay on Skye.

Each cottage can accommodate 2 adults very comfortably and up to a maximum of 4 adults in reasonable comfort.                          

Park Cottage (3 star) is a traditional crofthouse built around the 1890s and sits beside the field, with a beautiful view looking out to the south, over inner Loch Snizort and to the hills beyond. It has just been very extensively refurbished in 2017 with a lot of modern amenities to ensure it sees many more years ahead.

Hill Cottage (4 star) was built in 2012 by local tradesmen to a high standard in a traditional Skye design. It sits on top of a small hill giving a fantastic panoramic view looking out towards Harris in the Outer Hebrides. The underfloor heating from renewable energy ensures great comfort throughout the year.

Both cottages are in a great location for visiting north and central Skye and are priced with a discount for a couple or single person only. The minimum stay is 3 nights with arrival on any day of the week.
The nearest hotel is the excellent Skeabost Country House, 2 miles away and there are many more cafes and restaurants in Portree and elsewhere on the island catering from budget to world class. Along with everything else nature has bestowed on the island, Skye is extremely lucky with the choice of dining available.
For further information on Skye, please see the links page.

** Sorry but I do not allow any pets in either cottage **

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