• House
  • 8 Guests (5 beds)
  • 2 Bathrooms

With an architectural form inspired by traditional Scottish longhouses, Wood H provides an open plan, contemporary space to relax in whilst providing cinematic views of The Isle of Skye's dramatic landscape and sea.

Offering home away from home comfort, Wood Hideaway has a blend of antique and modern furnishing and all the necessities. Its generous double-height living space is open plan and the floor-to-ceiling window offers a widescreen view of the ever-changing coastline.

Architecturally designed to complement the landscape with a subtle hint to the history of the region, Wood h provides an open plan, contemporary space for families, small gatherings or even just the two of you.

The house contains 4 bedrooms. 2 of them are ensuite bedrooms with luxury king-sized beds. The other two contain bunk-beds. All bedrooms have sea views, too. The house also comes with a wood-burning stove, oak floorboards and underfloor heating keep the house warm and welcoming on even the coldest of nights.

A well-equipped, full-sized kitchen allows you to be completely self-sufficient during your stay. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, double oven and fridge/freezer.

Facilities

  • Coffee machine Coffee machine
  • Essentials Essentials
  • Fireplace Fireplace
  • Parking (free) Parking (free)
  • Heating Heating
  • Self-service kitchen Self-service kitchen
  • Washing machine Washing machine
  • Wi-Fi (free) Wi-Fi (free)
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Looking through the house and across the bay
The stunning view from the lounge room
Some of the designer furniture in the house
The minimalist master bedroom
The dining room and interior
The fully-equipped kitchen
The interior features a mix of modern and antique
The frontage to the cabin
Sunset over the house
The wild landscape surrounding the house

Location

The house is situated on The Isle of Skye’s spectacular north-west coast, overlooking Loch Pooltiel with sea views to the Outer Hebrides. The island is one of Scotlands most popular tourist destinations and it's no surprise why. With rugged landscapes, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles, The Isle of Skye offers something special for almost every type of traveller.

How to get there

The closest major airports are located in Inverness and Glasgow. They both have regular flights into mainland Europe as well as daily flights to London. It will take around 2 and a half hours to drive from Inverness Airport and around 5 hours from Glasgow Airport.

To make the most out of your stay, a car is essential. There are no railway lines on Skye. There are however two train stations on the mainland that are very close and connect to local bus routes on the island.

Address: Lower Milovaig Glendale Isle of Skye IV55 8WR Scotland

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