"One of the Isle of Skye's very best-kept secrets"
This historic country house now offers luxury, licensed 4-star Bed and Breakfast Guest Accommodation in a comfortable family-home environment. Its cosy informal atmosphere has been described as "Uniquely different - Excellent" and "one of Skye's jewels".
The traditional white manor house, once owned by Kenneth MacLeod, sits in a secluded magical loch side setting at the end of a single track road, surrounded by its gardens and a belt of beautiful trees. The remote and unspoilt Greshornish peninsula, which projects northeast from the base of Waternish, is a superb away-from-it-all location far from the stresses of the wider world, ideal for the enjoyment of a restorative break and yet central enough to enjoy all that the Isle of Skye has to offer.
Snuggle into a squashy arm chair in front of the Drawing Room fire, where we serve afternoon tea by prior arrangement, and enjoy a dram or two with a good book. In the Billiard Room try a game of chess or snooker - or perhaps some two-piano duets…
Upstairs the 6 comfortable and inviting bedrooms (all en-suite) offer rest and relaxation with tea/coffee making facilities, limited TV and Wi-fi, books and magazines.
Outside you can wander in 10 acres of gardens and grounds or spot eagles and otters from the shoreline. For the more energetic there is a tennis court and croquet lawn.
Greshornish has won a Good for the Soul award so if you are seeking peace, tranquillity and the gentle pace of island life, this is the place to be.
It was a wise man who said: “Skye is not a place, but an intoxication.”