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Sealladh Beinn Edra

Uig, Isle of Skye
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 1
3 star
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Walk the Quiraing loop (6.8km 2 hours) spectacular rock formations
  • Spot eagles, deer and pine martens at Armadale Castle and gardens
  • Explore the magical landscape of the Fairy Glen
  • Take a boat trip around the island to enjoy the superb scenery
  • Visit spectacular Dunvegan Castle and Gardens
  • Visit Talisker Distillery for a true taste of the island
Property code: CA298

Situated in a tranquil spot on the northern side of the island, this idyllic property offers a wonderful retreat for a couple or young family on the beautiful Isle of Skye.

Set against a backdrop of rolling mountains and open skies, this cosy white-washed cottage is a tranquil retreat for families seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Just a short walk from the enchanting hills and lochans of Fairy Glen, spend the day exploring its mystical landscape. Rugged mountain walks, stunning shoreline strolls and ancient ruins are within easy reach of this secluded cottage, and for days when civilisation calls, shops and pubs are less than 2 miles away.

Approached down a quiet lane, this compact cottage has a bright and contemporary feel, decorated in muted tones with bright accents of colour. Windows look out onto open countryside and rolling hills, offering ever-changing vistas as the light plays across the landscape.

Entering into the cottage, the cosy sitting room is a warm and inviting space with plump sofa and comfortable chairs. On cooler evenings, light the open fire and unwind in its gentle warmth. Prepare yourself a delicious meal of local produce in the well-equipped galley kitchen with views across the countryside from the glazed door. When it’s time to retire to bed, the master king-size bedroom can be found off the hallway and the family bathroom is on this level also.

Take the stairs to the first-floor landing which has been made into a snug/book corner for younger guests to curl up with a magical story before heading into their beds. The two single bedrooms are charming with sloping ceilings and Velux windows filling the rooms with natural light.

Outside, sit with your morning coffee and watch the birds swooping overhead or fire up the BBQ for a sociable meal late into the evening, watching the colours changing on the dramatic landscape.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 king-size, 2 single
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Electric oven, ceramic hob, freezer, fridge, microwave, washing machine
  • Open fire with starter pack of coal
  • Heating
  • TV with BT Sport, DVD, CD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Large garden
  • Off road parking
  • One dog welcome
  • BBQ
  • 1 mile to local shop and pub

The area surrounding the cottage is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and keen walkers. One of Skye's most popular tourist destinations, the magical landscape of Fairy Glen (0.5 miles) offers winding routes through its gentle hills and hidden lochans. Climb up to the top of Castle Ewan for wonderful views and seek out the hidden cave where you may be rewarded with good luck.

The peaceful village of Uig (1 mile) offers a general store, welcoming pub and restaurant serving local produce and freshly caught fish. Visit the Uig Pottery and pick up a unique souvenir of your stay with one of their hand-finished pieces inspired by the land and sea. Catch the ferry to Lochmaddy or Tarbert on the Outer Hebrides to discover the wild beauty of these islands.

Walking routes for all abilities can be found close to the cottage. Lace up your walking boots for the challenging ridge walk along the Trotternish Ridge (14 miles) to be rewarded with spectacular views across the countryside and coastline. Wander through the wild garlic and bluebells at Uig Wood keeping your eyes peeled for the elusive woodcock and barn owls sheltering in the trees. Follow the sound of thundering water through the trees to discover the spectacular double cascade at Rha Glen. Take a pleasure cruise from the harbour of bustling Portree (16 miles) in search of whales, dolphins, seals and porpoises before feasting on fish and chips sat on the harbour wall.

Carol Gall

This property is personally managed by Carol.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

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Reviewed by Birgit 29th August 2020

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The cottage is very small - perfect for a couple or with younger children (good space for playing upstairs). Our teenagers kept bumping their heads on the ceilings in their bedrooms and the sitting room felt cramped. The beds are comfortable and the view is lovely. The kitchen is tiny but well equipped (with an unusually large freezer for a holidayRead more home - ideal for bringing lots of ready prepared food not so much for cooking from scratch). The area has lots of stunning scenery and walks. Hide

Reviewed by Raj 25th July 2020

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Reviewed by Elisabeth 26th October 2019

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Nice wee cottage on a lovely island.

Reviewed by Steve 20th October 2019

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Excellent place in general- cosy and homely feel, great base for exploring Skye

Reviewed by Mrs Buckley-robbins May 2019

Perfect place to unwind very cosy and easy to get to all areas of the island . Glen brittle beach is a must and great walk from the beach up the mountain to a pool . The hotel just down the road does excellent food and you can take dogs in the bar . The cottage is very well equipped . The weather was perfect even got a tan .

Reviewed by Mrs Sinclair April 2019

This is a gorgeous, cute cottage. Well appointed and full of mod cons. Despite rural location, wi fi is excellent and a large selection of tv channels are available. A lot of thought and care has gone into the interior design of the house and the fabrics and furnishings are comfortable and welcoming. For a fantastic meal and great gin selection, trRead morey The Ferry Inn, 2 minutes drive from the cottage in Uig. Hide

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