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Quality Studio Apartment with stunning loch views

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studio
1 bathroom
2 guests
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This Studio Apartment is finished to a very high standard and has been thoughtfully designed to provide boutique self-catering of a high standard at an affordable price. The vaulted ceiling and open layout, under floor heating, attention to detail and stunning views of Loch Snizort offer a unique opportunity for an idyllic holiday for one or two people and ideal for a honeymoon. There is no extra charge for heating, bed linen and towels. The kitchen which is well equipped and the view from the kitchen window should make washing up a pleasure! Eco cleaning products are supplied. A table and dining chairs are located adjacent the kitchen. Two comfortable swivel chairs are the main feature in the welcoming lounge area and are carefully positioned to make full use of the large picture w...This Studio Apartment is finished to a very high standard and has been thoughtfully designed to provide boutique self-catering of a high standard at an affordable price. The vaulted ceiling and open layout, under floor heating, attention to detail and stunning views of Loch Snizort offer a unique opportunity for an idyllic holiday for one or two people and ideal for a honeymoon. There is no extra charge for heating, bed linen and towels. The kitchen which is well equipped and the view from the kitchen window should make washing up a pleasure! Eco cleaning products are supplied. A table and dining chairs are located adjacent the kitchen. Two comfortable swivel chairs are the main feature in the welcoming lounge area and are carefully positioned to make full use of the large picture window giving an expansive, uninterrupted view over Loch Snizort Beag to the Outer Hebrides on the horizon. Various lighting options are provided to aid relaxation. The King-sized bed with superior mattress and quality bedding await guests at the end of the day to offer the potential of a good night's sleep. A fitted wardrobe with ample storage, bedside cabinets and wall-fitted reading lamps complete the restful effect. The spacious shower room is particularly striking having a walk-in shower with large rainfall showerhead. Good lighting, large mirror and fine towels complement the look. There is a small courtyard in front of Studio 1 with a private seating area looking towards the loch. The bay is home to otters, seals and a variety of seabirds. You can even harvest mussels, cockles and whelks at low tide while exploring the easily accessed pebble and black sand shoreline. Golden and Sea Eagles can be spotted overhead. A profusion of Orchids and Primroses and an abundance of other wild flowers can be found on the headland and on the croft land around the cottage. We invite you to unwind in the tranquil setting of Knott, make use of our mature flower filled garden complete with garden furniture and BBQ . The following activities can be a feature of your holiday in Knott: Walking / climbing: a perfect location for mountaineers and walkers / hillwalkers of all abilities From mountains (the Cuillin Range) and hills (Trotternish) to more gentle walks directly from Knott Cottage including an interesting stroll along our mussel strewn foreshore Fishing can be enjoyed from the headland of our bay, the River Skeabost, various inland lochs and numerous other points around the Island. Fishing trips as well as wild life cruises are available from piers around the island. Horse Riding and Trekking is on offer within walking distance from Knott .  Golf can be played at the Skeabost and Sconser.  Sea Kayaking, Canoeing, Windsurfing and Archery (with tuition when needed)  Paleontology and Geology: The Isle of Skye is an excellent natural laboratory for observing geological matters and fossils. Skye being one of the richest locations for dinosaurs and fossils in the UK.  For those with an interest in history, Dunvegan Castle with its glorious gardens, St Columba's Isle at the head of the River Snizort , the legend of Bonnie Prince Charlie are among the items of interest.  A wide variety of local arts and crafts can be viewed and purchased in numerous workshops, studios, galleries and shops throughout Skye.  There are regular performances of Theatre, Film, Traditional Music, Ceilidh are held on the Island. A wide choice of Restaurants and Cafes to suit all budgets, many featuring fresh Isle of Skye produce are availableMore
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Joyce H
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:December 2011
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

House and location are as lovely as the hosts are! Comfortable studio, wonderful view and colourful garden. At a distance of about half an hour you find 'the other highlights of Skye'. Highly recommendated!

Date of stay: September 2019
Thank Roam477496
Reviewed 7 August 2019 via mobile

A comfortable apartment, view on your own loch and a friendly host, who might serve you tea and scones in the garden.

Date of stay: August 2019
Thank KlaasW_13
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Reviewed 21 July 2019

My partner and I had a wonderful one-week stay in Studio 1. The view is amazing and the studio is very stylish and pleasant to stay in. We were also free to enjoy Joyce and Brian's beatiful garden and we were welcome to use herbs...More

Date of stay: July 2019
Thank Giovana G
Reviewed 28 June 2019 via mobile

Stayed a week in the Quality Studio. Everything you need is available. The studio was fully equipped and nice and clean. Spacious bathroom with good shower. Beautiful sea view (easy to walk in a few minutes) and very quiet. Extra bonus is the beautifully landscaped...More

Date of stay: June 2019
Thank RJdeKleine
Reviewed 20 March 2019

Off the beaten path, on a culda-sac, but only fifteen minutes from Portree. Underfloor heating and picture window overooking a loch inhabited by 60 seals. The landlords are nearby, very nice, but also respected our privacy. Wifi and TV, although we never switched it on....More

Date of stay: March 2019
Thank stefanheller1
Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Ask
DVD Player
Refrigerator
Washer
Housekeeping Included
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Ocean Views
Paper Towels Provided
There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive
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Rural/Countryside Retreats
Linens Provided
Horse Riding Nearby
Internet Access
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Fishing Nearby
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Central Heating
Water Views
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Cable/satellite TV
Waterfront
Iron
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
Stereo System
Hiking Trips
Microwave
Wi-Fi
Kettle
Watersports Nearby
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The accommodation is situated in Knott, a crofting township of 7 houses, which lies midway between Skye’s main centre Portree and Dunvegan, with it’s world famous Castle and Gardens. It is ideally placed to explore the many tourist attractions the Isle of Skye has to offer - from the outstanula.ding peaks of the renowned Black Cuillin to the extraordinary geological and prehistoric spectacle of the Trotternish peninsula.
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