Teangue House - Luxury Cottage, Ilse Of Skye, Inner Hebrides
Perched on a stunning hillside in Sleat, on the Isle of Skye, overlooking the ever-changing waterscapes and rugged hills of Knoydart, Teangue House blends into the landscape as a traditional cottage and captures panoramic views.
Suitable for families or groups of adults, this property is located on The Sleat Peninsula, in a region known as the “Garden of Skye” due to the greenness and lushness of the area in comparison to the more rugged areas of Scotland.
With a contemporary wooden extension merging with a traditional croft house, this property captivates your attention with the way that it commands breath-taking views and welcomes you into a fresh renovated space.
After using the off-road parking to conveniently unpack your bags, you will find yourself in a stunning open plan kitchen/diner and sitting area that looks out over the valley through large windows, opening onto a decking area, the perfect place to watch the stars with a glass of your favourite beverage in hand.
Indulge in local cuisine, impressing your friends and family with evening meals rustled up in the fully outfitted kitchen. When your clothes are sandy and you need to relax, make use of the convenient utility room whilst you recline in a separate sitting room and take in the peaceful atmosphere of the cottage whilst warming your feet beside the woodburning stove or catching up on your favourite TV shows.
As the evening draws to a close, you can find yourself in one of four bedrooms, beginning with a homely yet contemporary ground-floor king-size bedroom with an en-suite where you can enjoy a refreshing soak in the bath. After climbing the quirky staircase, you will find three more bedrooms; two twin rooms, one with a shower room and a double room. All rooms are fitted with elegant décor and wooden flooring, making for a tidy and crisp finish.
When adventures call, there is an abundance of local beaches to choose from and walks to explore the landscape further. If you fancy something different, why not visit Torabhaig Distillery and café to sample local flavours, or indulge in Hill walking, mountaineering, kayaking, and canoeing across the varied terrain of the island? Have a hot meal brought to you whilst you reflect on the day’s events when you visit Broadford; a selection of pubs and convenience stores are available for you. You can even get a ferry to the mainland at Mallaig to explore more of the many attractions Scotland has to offer.
With unforgettable scenery and exiting activities, a stay at Teangue House is sure to be one you and your family will love. EPC Rating: Band C