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Cnoc An Theine

Ardvasar, Isle of Skye
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Sleeps 6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 2
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
4 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / wood burner
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Parking on site / nearby
Decorated for Christmas
Towels included
Travel cot available
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At a glance

  • Modern holiday home on the Isle of Skye with uninterrupted sea views across to Mallaig
  • Perfect location for exploring the enchanting Scottish island to enjoy walking, climbing, cycling and boat trips
  • Spot an array of wildlife and enjoy glorious sunrises across the Sound of Sleat
  • Accessible, with ramp access and ground-floor bedroom and bathroom
Property code: CA071

Located close to the most southerly point of the Isle of Skye, this charming cottage sleeps six guests across three rooms. There are walks straight from the doorstep, and with a wood burner in the lounge/diner, and TV, DVD, and Wi-Fi to keep you entertained, the property is perfect for experiencing the peace and tranquility of a rural retreat to the south of Skye.

The ground floor is reached via three steps up to the front door, or ramp access to the back door. Inside, the spacious triple-aspect lounge/diner is the heart of the cottage, with a wood burner to warm your evenings and patio doors at one end for increased natural light and hillside views. Prepare dinner in the well-equipped and homely kitchen – which includes a small breakfast table perfect for light bites and quick snacks – and sit down together at the dining table. When it’s time to call it a night, snuggle down in one of the bright and colourful bedrooms. The first of these, a double, is on the ground floor, along with a bathroom with walk-in shower and bath.

Up the wooden staircase are the remaining two bedrooms, both of which have sloping ceilings as they are built into the roof space. Skylight windows on the landing, in the bedrooms, and in the shower room make the first floor a bright and welcoming space with lovely views, where you can be sure of a quiet night’s sleep.

The front of the property features a raised decked area straight from the front door. There is a range of seating, and it’s an idyllic spot for al fresco brunch or evening drinks looking out to sea. Immediately around the house it is gravelled, and as well as a grassy space there is a shallow stream that runs through the garden, so do make sure young children are supervised.

  • 3 bedrooms –2 doubles and 1 twin
  • 2 bathrooms - 1 with walk-in shower, bath and WC. 1 shower room with WC.
  • Electric oven, electric hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • Woodburner – all logs provided
  • TV with Amazon firestick
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Enclosed decked area with seating
  • Off road parking
  • Short Term Licence - HI-30418-F
  • EPC rating - C
  • Accessibility friendly – ramp access to the back door with a bedroom and bathroom on ground level. Electrical switches and door handles are positioned at a suitable height for wheelchair users. A toilet seat frame and shower stool can also be provided upon request
  • There is a shallow stream that runs through the garden, children must be supervised at all times
  • This property will be decorated for Christmas
  • Arrival: 16:00 onwards
  • Departure: before 10:00, unless otherwise stated in your arrival details
  • 2 dogs allowed. Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week
  • There is an Accidental Damage Deposit of £250 when booking at this property, however this may be waived for £30. We’ll provide more details about this when booking your holiday.

This starkly beautiful area of Scotland, with its sparse population and few settlements, makes for wonderful walking. Just down the road from the property, less than a mile away, is the Aird Old Church Gallery. After admiring the art, follow the trail until you reach a tiny harbour, and from there you can continue on to the lighthouse for breathtaking sea views at The Point of Sleat. Another popular walk is to join a trail at Kinloch Forest (14 miles) which takes you along an old drovers' road to an abandoned village. Also great for a stroll is Rubha Shleite (2 miles), a beautiful sandy beach in a sheltered bay where you can settle for the afternoon with a picnic, and further afield the dramatic ruins of Dunscaith Castle (13.5 miles) perched above the sea. Along the coast you'll find quaint villages, including Ardvasar (3.5 miles) and Armadale (4 miles), where you can stock up on supplies from the local shop, and sit down for a cup of tea and a piece of cake in a cafe. Armadale also has its fair share of visitor attractions. At the end of the pier is the Isle of Skye Leather company, which sells handmade items and creates bespoke orders, and if you fancy going back in time and travelling in style, there are regular carriage rides leaving from the village. Armadale Castle, Gardens and Museum (5 miles) has 40 acres to explore, as well as exhibitions on the history of the Isles, and two gift shops.

Fiona MacDonald

This property is personally managed by Fiona.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 23 guest ratings

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Reviewed by David 1st June 2024

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Reviewed by Robert 18th May 2024

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Reviewed by Sue 27th April 2024

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Cnoc An Theine is a beautiful cottage! It's situated in a lovely place. The views are spectacular. Our neighbours, the lambs, were very entertaining! We were very fortunate with the weather and had a brilliant week.

Reviewed by Sharon 13th April 2024

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Reviewed by Karen 30th March 2024

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The cottage was lovely and the beautiful sound of birdsong without interference was enchanting. Sleat was an undiscovered part of Skye for us and we enjoyed it immensely. The cottage is in a good position and well presented, we did have a couple of issues which were reported to Mags the owner. We hoe that the cow that was giving birth in the pens oRead moren 2nd April delivered successfully and Mum and calf are both doing well. This brought back to us the true meaning of Spring! Hide

Reviewed by Stephen 9th March 2024

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Reviewed by michael guy 10th February 2024

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Excellent condition and comfortable, very well equipped kitchen and comfy beds.

Reviewed by David 11th November 2023

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Reviewed by john 14th October 2023

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Cnoc An Theine is a perfect location to relax. It is so tranquil and offers access to everything Skye has to offer. This is our second visit this year.

Reviewed by John 16th September 2023

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Reviewed by derek 9th September 2023

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We had an fantastic time at Cnoc an Theine, the property has everything that you may need, very spacious and beautifully fitted out. The deck provides uninterrupted views featuring a constantly changing views across the Sound of Sleat. Ideal for out two labs in a safe and secure garden area. Evenings provided a rare opportunity to see a horizon to Read morehorizon view of the Milky Way. Hope to return at some point in the future, highly recommended. Hide

Reviewed by Nicola 8th July 2023

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Lovely cottage with large rooms and amazing views. All the essentials provided. There is a small shop with petrol station and a pub/restaurant a short drive along the road. The driveway is very steep but this was not a problem for us. Perfect whether you are looking for a base while exploring or just a relaxing stay. Enjoyed breakfast on the deck wRead moreith a view and cosy nights in by the fire. Hide

Reviewed by john 1st July 2023

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Reviewed by Ramachandran 31st May 2023

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Fantastic nice cottage with all facilities..

Reviewed by John 20th May 2023

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The house was excellent and we all had a great relaxing holiday

Reviewed by Stanley 18th February 2023

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Fab holiday. Well kept property with everything you need.

Reviewed by James 22nd November 2022

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Reviewed by Valerie 29th October 2022

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the house was a treat and in a fabulous position and with stunning views. I thoroughly recommend

Reviewed by Wanda 15th October 2022

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The cottage is in a fantastic location with breathtaking views of the rough bounds of Knoydart. The property was spotlessly clean and had everything we needed for self-catering. The wood burner was great also and we had uninterrupted access to the internet. It is a great location for walking out to Point of Sleat which we did twice, and on the secoRead morend walk, we were treated to our very own seal ­ show in the small bay. Highly recommended! Hide

Reviewed by Els 17th September 2022

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Beautiful house and stunning view

Reviewed by Graeme 16th July 2022

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The cottage has wonderful views and is well appointed and comfortable. On arrival the property was spotlessly clean. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Reviewed by Wayne 9th July 2022

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A beautiful cottage in a stunning g location!

Reviewed by Joanna 25th June 2022

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