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.
As well as being in a very private and peaceful location at the end of the road, they are also private from one another as they are in separate locations on the croft with neither 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, giving confidence that each cottage is a very comfortable base for your stay on Skye.
**Each cottage has its own wifi hub**
Park Cottage (3 star) is a traditional crofthouse built around the 1890s and sits beside the field, looking out to the south, over inner Loch Snizort and to the hills beyond. It has just been very extensively refurbished in 2017 and this will 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 has renewable energy heating and sits on top of a small hill giving a fantastic panoramic view looking out towards Harris in the Outer Hebrides.
The cottages are in a great location for visiting north and central Skye and are priced to give good value with a further discount for a couple only. The minimum stay is 3 nights and please ask about availability from any day of the week.
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The nearest hotel is 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.
Throughout the island there are many small craft centres, museums, heritage centres and castles which along with Talisker distillery give an insight into Skye's history and culture. Pony trekking, boat trips, fishing (sea and loch), golf and many other activities are available, locally in most cases.