Torgorm
Glenelg
West Coast

Glenelg holiday cottage

Torgorm is a spacious self catering holiday retreat. Idyllically situated on the west highland coast of Scotland, high on a hill overlooking the Isle of Skye, and the village of Glenelg. This comfortable holiday cottage is ideal for families or friends wanting to explore and enjoy the outdoors: walking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, climbing the high mountains or simply enjoying the many beaches and coves around the coast. From the house you can enjoy an undisturbed view down the Sound of Sleat and you can watch boats all day.

Glenelg is just 20 miles south of the Kyle of Lochalsh, opposite the southern end of Skye and facing the sea towards the western islands of Eigg, Rhum and Muck - this is a truly inspirational and romantic spot with dramatic scenery and the ever-changing sea. Sandaig Bay, just round the corner, is well known for being the home of Gavin Maxwell who wrote 'Ring of Bright Water' from his cottage on the shore: there are many wild otters in hidden coves around Glenelg's coastline.

This Scottish retreat is in a fantastic situation for a holiday, with undisturbed views of the sea and the Isle of Skye, and close to a wonderful small village with an excellent pub/restaurant within walking distance. The scenery is truly outstanding. The house is very comfortably and tastefully furnished, and is a perfect place to relax and unwind after a busy day in the highlands.

You can sit by the log burner and look out to sea for miles and miles.

Glenelg self-catering cottage
  • Sleeps - 6
  • Bedrooms - 3 (2 doubles, 1 twin)
  • Bathrooms - 2
    (1 large with bath and walk in shower,
    1 shower room)
  • Washing machine
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Oven, hob and grill
  • Dishwasher
  • TV with Freesat, DVD, CD/radio
  • Mulit fuel stove
  • Central heating
  • Selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Cot and highchair on request
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Large garden with table and chairs
  • Pets welcome
  • WiFi
  • Glenelg is 20 miles south
    of Kyle of Lochalsh
  • Beaches close by
  • Spectacular Highland walks -
    3,000ft mountains, woodlands and waterfalls
  • Ferry to Skye from April - October
  • Glenelg Brochs
  • Wildlife and birdwatching
  • Village shop
  • Award-winning Glenelg Inn
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sitting room with wood burning stove
dining kitchen dining room

Accommodation:

The accommodation comprises of a comfortable sitting room with multi fuel burning stove and amazing views from the windows over to Skye. This is a lovely room to relax in after a day on the hills or on the water. There is full cnetral heating and the glow of the stove adds extra warmth and atmosphere.

There are three bedrooms, two doubles and one twin all very well appointed and with comfortable beds. The main bathroom has a bath and separate shower cubicle and there is another separate toilet/shower room. These are modern and there's lots of hot water too!

The large, modern kitchen is well equipped with everything you will need and has a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen leads into the dining room which seats up to eight people and has fabulous views over the Sound of Sleat.

The large, private and enclosed gardens to the front and rear are the perfect place for relaxing or eating outside.

Directions:

From Inverness take the A82 to Invermoriston and turn right onto the A887. Near Cluanie Dam. This road meets up with and becomes the A87 and leads directly to Shiel Bridge. After passing Shiel Bridge Shop and Service Station, road signs will indicate a left turn for Glenelg.These next 10 miles will bring you over the spectacular alpine-style mountain pass of Mamratagan, down Glenmhor and on to the isolated beauty of Glenelg. The road up to Torgorm is first left past the War Memorial and is the first cottage on the right.

What's included:

Electricity is included within the rental cost.

Bed linen and towels are included.

Well behaved pets can stay in the cottage (with the prior arrangement with the owners).

Cost and availability:

This Glenelg house is rented out year round. Rental periods are generally a week, Saturday to Saturday. Longer periods or shorter breaks are considered over the winter. Checking in time is 4pm and checking out is 10am.

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Pet friendly holiday cottage

This Glenelg holiday accommodation has the most amazing views down the Sound of Sleat and over to Skye. It's a very comfortable and relaxing house and you can bring your pets too as it's a dog friendly cottage - so much nicer then leaving them in kennels and they will love walking in the surrounding countryside.