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Skye self catering - luxury romantic holiday cottage with lovely sea view
|Weekly season prices||Low £1,000||High £1,100||Festive £1,300|
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No. 10 - luxury Skye self catering (sleeps 2)
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Skye self catering at No.10 - The living area features a wood burning stove with a large sofa, perfect to recline on and enjoy the stunning views through the full length windows. As darkness falls, lighting is provided by stunning chandeliers. Even though you are far from the madding crowd, Sky TV, a private phone line and broadband and wireless internet access are all available.
The kitchen is fully equipped and will satisfy the most enthusiastic of cooks. A dishwasher and washer dryer are also included in this skye self catering.
The bedroom has a stunning black glass chandelier for the romantically inclined, and stained glass windows dapple the room with colour. The king-size bed has a custom made, subtly perfumed bedhead fashioned from whisky barrels, and is dressed with sumptuous silks and velvets. The adjoining bathroom has a separate bath and shower, both big enough for two to enjoy!
The whole apartment has underfloor heating and deep-piled rugs. Coal and firewood are also supplied.
Changeover days are very flexible if you have dates that you prefer we can usually accommodate them.
Free introductory drum kit lessons are available from professional percussionist Alan - why not try something new?
|Our top 5 reasons why you would choose to stay at Skye self catering|
|No. 10 is is such a romantic destination. Perfect for a honeymoon or a romantic break in Scotland|
|The Three Chimneys is one of the few restaurants in the UK that draw people from all over the world to eat in. It is just 2.5 miles from No. 10 but you need to book well in advance to have the chance of getting a table - www.threechimneys.co.uk|
|The whole of the Isle of Skye is fantastic for walkers, from the gentle shore walks to the extreme ascents of the Cuillin Mountains.|
|Dunvegan Castle is just across the loch - it is the hereditary seat of the Clan MacLeod|
|No.10 is adjacent to Diana's workshop and gallery.|