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Why Glenelg?

Our holiday home is ideally situated in the iconic village of Glenelg, offering stunning views to the Isle of Skye and the Sound of Sleat. The area is a haven of peace and tranquility. With seasonal ferry links to the Isle of Skye and good road links with the rest of the Highlands, it is the perfect base from which to explore the local and wider area. The Glenelg area is steeped in history with ancient Pictish stone brochs, abandoned barracks built for the Jacobite uprisings and 'Camusfearna', where the author and naturalist Gavin Maxwell wrote his ‘Ring of Bright Water’ series of books. We are close to some very famous Scottish landmarks, examples of which are Eilean Donan Castle, Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle. Glenelg is a wonderful place just waiting to be explored!

What We Offer

Sleeping up to 10 people in comfort we provide everything you would need for a luxury break in the Highlands. All freshly laundered bedding and towels are provided as is a fully equipped kitchen. With a well-stocked library of books also provided, and free WiFi throughout the house, all you really need to bring with you is yourself! Please take a little time to look at the photographs of the house, we think you may enjoy them, click here or go to our gallery. There is a facility in the village to hire bikes courtesy of Jake's Bike Hut. We provide a welcome pack which will give you lots of ideas for things to do to ensure you enjoy your stay. The local hotel The Genelg Inn provides a very tasty menu incorporating fresh local produce, with frequent musical entertainment on offer. Alternatively, we provide a barbecue grill at the house for your use.

Our Beautiful Local Area

The West Coast of Scotland has some of the most breath taking scenery in the world. Visiting the area is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Via our local ferry, The Isle of Skye is only 10 minutes away or around 30 minutes via the bridge. Visit Broadford which hosts some exquisite craft shops or Portree for some lunch and a wander round the harbour. With Plockton and Kyle of Lochalsh within 30 minutes driving time, there is ample opportunity to discover some very interesting places. Take a day trip to Applecross and drive across the 'Bealach na Ba', translated as 'The pass of the cattle' a stunning road over a mountain. Alternatively visit Loch Ness, home of our very own monster, about an hour away by car. If shopping or nightlife is your thing, Inverness (around 90 minutes away), is a haven for craft and gift shops as well as your High Street favourites. There is no limit to what you can find in the Highlands!

Getting Here Is Awesome!

The journey to your holiday home is just the beginning of your adventure! If driving from the South, you will have the chance to stop off in Glasgow for some shopping or fine dining in this cosmopolitan city. Heading North you will skirt Loch Lomond, cross the Rannoch Moor at the deeply mystical Glen Coe and pass through 'An Gearasdan' ( Fort William) which has a fantastic range of outdoor equipment shops. Some spectacular views of Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain, can be seen immediately after leaving Fort William.

If you choose to journey via Inverness, you will travel the famous A9 through Highland Perthshire, an area of stunning natural and historical beauty and pass the famous 'Loch Ness', home of Nessie the monster! There are regular flights to and from Inverness serving London, Bristol, Manchester and continental Europe and a regular day time and overnight sleeper train service to Inverness. Car hire is available at both the train station and the airport. 

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