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Self-catering accommodation in Skye And The Outer Hebrides

The Isle of Skye is the largest and most northerly of the Inner Hebrides, but it is also one of the main gateways to the Outer Hebrides to the west. Skye is famed as an outdoor paradise, while the Outer Hebrides is the place to experience the traditional Highland way of life.

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Skye and The Outer Hebrides properties by area

Self catering in Portree and The Isle of Skye

Portree and The Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is famed for its beauty.
Self catering on The Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides

Experience the traditional Highland way of life.
All self catering properties in Skye and The Outer Hebrides

All Properties in Skye and The Outer Hebrides

 

Featured Skye and The Outer Hebrides Cottages and Castles

A hand picked selection of cottages and castles from beautiful Isle of Skye and The Outer Hebrides.

11 Hallin Park

11 Hallin Park

Portree and The Isle of Skye

Uig Lodge

Uig Lodge

The Outer Hebrides

More about Skye and The Outer Hebrides

The Isle of Skye, famed for its beauty, setting, history and romance, has previously been voted the 4th best island in the world by National Geographic. Hilly peninsulas and points, boasting wonderful names like Trotternish, Waternish, Duirinish and Sleat, radiate out haphazardly from the central massif of the Cuillin Hills, producing a succession of long, narrow sea lochs and bays, many with small villages and scattered crofting townships.

The Outer Hebrides, comprising heather moors and hills, rugged eastern coastlines and amazing, beach-lined western coastlines, run in a long chain from Lewis and Harris in the north (one island), south west through North Uist, Benbecula, and South Uist to Barra. As with the Highlands & Islands as a whole, the population is centred largely on the coast: in Stornoway and a whole host of small, traditional villages and crofting townships.

Wherever you go – and island-hopping is a pleasure here – you will find fascinating archaeological and historical remains as well as friendly and helpful locals. You can also walk, climb, stroll on the stunning beaches, fish the beautiful rivers, lochs or sea, watch wildlife, cycle, enjoy boat trips…and relax!