Set in a stunning location close to the sea, our cottages are located next to what was once the Macdonald family’s hunting lodge and only a five minute walk away from the beautiful sandy Staffin Bay beach. There is also a slipway for launching boats and the area is an ideal base for hill walking. The Old Man of Storr, Quiraing mountains, Brothers Point, Rubha Hunish and Trotternish Ridge are all within easy access of the cottages.

Nestled beneath the Quiraing mountains our beautifully decorated and tastefully furnished cottages boast stunning views, from ‘Tigh Shomairle’ there are panoramic views northwards across Staffin Bay to the Trotternish Ridge and eastwards to Staffin Island and beyond. Most weekends there is traditional music to be enjoyed at Duntulm Hotel, Totternish. If you are looking for a ceilidh watch the local press, there is always one somewhere on the island.

Our holiday homes offer an ideal gathering place for all the family as the four cottages sleep a total of 18 adults and 2 children. A wonderful retreat for time out together.

Staffin is a large and friendly village with good local services. A great place for a reasonably priced cup of coffee, internet access or a meal is the Columba 1400 Community Centre. Our links will provide you with information on this venue as well as some hotels located within a few miles drive in the area providing excellent dining opportunities.

Take in the view at Kilt Rock viewpoint with its famous waterfall and go prepared for good views of nesting seabirds. Many species of birds of prey, including three pairs of sea eagles can be seen along Totternish Ridge, a 20 mile stretch of inland cliff. Dolphins, Minke Whales and Basking Sharks (the second largest living shark) can often be seen in the waters around this area and keep your eyes open for seals and otters basking in the sun along the shore. Sea and loch fishing are also available around Staffin.

Skye is known for its superb fossil hunting, the beaches of Brogaig and Staffin offer wonderful opportunities to search for fossil remains and many of the local finds are on display at the Staffin Museum.