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Book this 1 bedroom house in Portree today! A total of 2 people can sleep here comfortably.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 14 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $358 to as high as $1024, depending on travel dates.
The manager responds to 100% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 21, 2017.
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- 21 Aug 2017
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Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Portree Attractions
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Smoking allowed
– based on 14 reviews
- Very Good
“Elevated, secluded position looking down the valley and out to s”
Cosy lounge, comfy bed. Bit on the cool side but once you figure out the heating it's alright. Great if you like an open fire. If you stay in May you will be woken each morning by the sound of a cuckoo in the trees outside the bedroom! Idyllic, Local supermarket is only in Portree 20 minutes away!
great cottage enjoyed so much booked a fortnight for 2013
“Ideal getaway, superb location with good views, interior was spo”
We were after a compact romantic place to stay and this place delivered. Was clean and had all mod cons. i would return here again.
“Lovely cottage in a beautiful environment”
Lovely cottage in a beautiful environment, nicely decorated and cozy, makes a great base for hillwalking on Skye
“Lovely holiday in Skye”
We had a lovely holiday in the cottage at suladale, it exceeded our expectations, the walk over the moors behind the cottage to the Iron age broch was a particular delight if wet in places
“Cosy cottage in an idyllic setting”
The cottage was lovely, just right for a couple. Weather wasn't quite what it should have been for august so it was lovely to return in the evening and light the fire.
“Fantastic cottage and holiday”
Fantastic Location, clean, comfortable and the weather was good as well. Would definitely stay here again. If I had to point out one thing that could be improved it is the fridge, one with a small freezer box would be handy.
Lovely cottage, very quiet. Lovely couple very helpful would love to stay there again. Negative side. No washing machine or nowhere to wash or dry clothes. Had to go to portree to get our clothes washed and dried.
Booked the cottage through Sykes Cottages. Very prompt and good service. Directions to Cottage on the Isle of Skye were accurate and with aid of SatNav arrived no problem. After a 10 hour journey we arrived at destination and were pleasantly surprised. There were only two images of the cottage in the brochure which didn't do it justice and these were external shots. So you can imagine we were a little anxious on arrival. The cottage was neat and tidy inside and out and was set back on a hill with a steepish driveway and gate. Internally it was nicely decorated with a welcoming open fire. The kitchen area was small but functional, bathroom was adequate but well equipped. The one bedroom was impressive with a four poster bed. Decent TV with Sky channels. The cottage at Suladale is at the northern end of Skye but is only 20mins driv to Portree which is great for fish and chips. We went in March, out of season for boat rides, so i'd recommend going in late spring. Also take the A87 to UIG, then A855 around the northern coastline of Skye past "The old man of Storr'. Stunning!! A few hours drive from cottage and your in the Western Highlands which are mind blowing. A trip to Loch Ness and Urchart Castle is a must, allow a day for that. Go to Plockton just past the main bridge at Skye (Kyle of Lochalsh). Again out of season but a stunning little village and a late spring or summer visit would be great. For: Peace and tranquility. Cottage great although not ideal for a family of 4, more a romantic getaway for couples. Western Highlands. Talisker Whisky distillery on Skye. The roads in late winter are really quiet. Old Man Of Storr. Dunvegan Castle. Against: Not enough pics of cottage which is better than in brochure. Metal pans, take your own nonstick. Electric cookers take forever. Sofa bed not ideal to sleep on. Unless your a hardy type go in late spring/summer as a winter visit to Skye will literally blow you away.
This cottage was set in a beautiful location and reasonably well appointed. The quality of kitchen utentials was poor. The seating arangements were compromised by having an uncomfortabl, for sitting and I suspect sleeping on, bed settee. This cottage could warrent the same rental or more as a 2 berth but with a higher standard of utilities. I would reccommend it to friends having told them of the minor negative parts.