Beachcomber Cottage


Beachcomber Cottage was built in 1790 as part of Thomas Telford's model fishing village of Stein on the Waternish peninsula. Externally, it is the most original of the terrace of houses.

Internally Beachcomber is a home-from-home, sleeping up to 4 people in total, in one king sized bedroom and one twin bedroom. The comfortable sitting room boasts an open fire, flat screen smart TV, DVD player and wireless speaker for music/podcasts etc, as well as plenty of books, games and DVDs.

The beautiful front garden runs down to Loch Bay and is a lovely place to enjoy the often spectacular sunsets. There is a small ceramic BBQ and a large picnic table.

Situated next door to Loch Bay restaurant and less than 50 yards from the Stein Inn (the oldest Inn on Skye) you're spoilt for choice for beautiful food. It's also a short drive to either Edinbane Lodge or the Three Chimneys, and other restaurants in Portree which stay open all year round.

If you stay in winter, this is a dark skies area, and there is a possibility of seeing the Northern Lights, Trumpan Church is a great spot, but they can be seen from the cottage too.


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Contact: Cat MacPherson

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