With around 100 self-catering cottages on the Isle of Skye, and many more available throughout Scotland you will find holiday accommodation to suit you. Book your holiday cottage online, usually with a small deposit, it is quick and secure using a leading UK holiday provider. For holidays on popular islands such as Skye it is advised to book early to ensure you get the dates and holiday destination you want. Many cottages are dog friendly allowing you to take your pet(s) with you on holiday.
Skye is a wonderful location for a holiday in Scotland. Staying on one of Scotland's largest islands provides you the opportunity to spend time exploring the island, seeing the island's fascinating wildlife including eagles, otters, many species of birds and other animals as well as the beautiful natural scenery and flora. Walking and climbing is popular with many of the mountains classified as munros, along with other less strenuous routes. There are many unique geological landscapes and coastal areas to visit and explore, steeped in history. Remember to take your camera and binoculars with you as this is one of Scotland most photogenic areas.
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A number of lodges are available on the Isle of Skye for couples and family holidays. Even in summer months cosying up to a log fire in a timber lodge can add a special romantic aspect to your holiday in Skye. You can also keep in touch with family and friends as most of the lodges have WiFi available.
This superb property is perfect if you love the outdoors and wilderness areas. Off the beaten-track and nestled at the base of Skye’s famous Macleod’s Tables.