Waterside Cabin, Skye
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Isle of Skye
Just look at that view! Escape to Skye and prepare to be amazed by miles of unspoiled landscapes and coastline, free ranging highland cows, and a real holiday freedom. For romantics, a few days at Waterside Cabin will allow you to unwind, wake up to sea views, and sample the best this fabulous Scottish island has to offer.
Drive from Scotland’s mainland, over the famous Skye bridge, and just seven miles later you come to Broadford, the location of Waterside Cabin, and also the home of many independent cafes, shops and restaurants. There’s parking for you, right on site.
The cabin, which is only a few years old, sits right on Broadford Bay, one of the best birdwatching spots on Skye. It is screened from a nearby cottage by a high fence, so you’ll feel like you have the bay to yourself. Step across your own private decking and inside this luxury studio for two, and you’ll find a comfy sofa and chair, perfect for relaxing as you watch the tide roll in and the sun go down, through Watersides Cabin’s French doors. There’s also a TV and DVD player here, for kicking back after a day out exploring the area, along with wifi throughout.
Beyond here, there’s a modern kitchen, housing all the equipment you might need for cooking. We like the subtle coastal theme that runs through here too.
Next, you come to the cabin’s relaxing sleep space, curtained off from the rest of the studio, and including a double bed. Alongside here is a modern ensuite shower room, complete with complementary luxury Arran Aromatics toiletries, and towels and hotel style linen.
Once you’ve settled in, there’s a whole lot of opportunities for adventure nearby. Start with a wander through Broadford, a lively village with cafes, restaurants and pubs. At low tide you can even walk there along the beach and hunt for cockles.
When you want to go further, you are in easy reach of the rest of Skye. This is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, with opportunities for amazing walking with views, sea kayaking, angling, and sailing. On boat trips, you can spot otters and porpoises – that would be our choice.
If you want something a bit different, try Claire Macdonald’s Cookery Courses at Kinloch Lodge Hotel. Or how about turning your hand to foraging, with Minch Adventures. Head to Dunvegan Castle and gardens, see the viking canal near Glenbrittle, or have a wee dram at the Talisker Distillery.
If cuisine is your forte then Skye provides some unique delights too. Portree, the Cuillin, Carbost, Elgol, the Sleat Peninsula and Plockton are all within easy travelling – there’s a Michelin star to seek out, along with traditional and contemporary Scottish, and all the fresh seafood Scotland is so famous for.Check Availability & Prices
Waterside Cabin, Skye
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