The Old Post Office lies in the heart of Glenelg, opposite the village store and a minutes walk from the Glenelg Inn. Built in 1723 to house the English Captains stationed at nearby Bernera barracks following the Jacobite uprisings, this historic cottage provides the p
Great cottage in a beautiful and tranquil location. We saw seals, red deer and buzzards. Went for walks in the mountains, visited Skye and enjoyed the great local pub and cafe. Lucy the owner couldn't… More
So glad you had a great holiday and what a treat to see so much wildlife. Thank you for taking the time to review the Old Post Office.
“Lovely cosy cottage in the heart of the village”
Reviewed 19 Feb 2017
Stunning location with views from the back of the cottage across to Skye. Village shop across the road and pub almost next door. Beautiful scenic walks in every direction. Visiting Glenelg for the fif… More
Thank you for your very kind review. I'm so glad you enjoyed your time in Glenelg and I agree! Glenelg is a wonderful place to stay at any time of year - We hope you'll be back for a sixth visit soon!
“The Old Post Office”
Reviewed 6 Aug 2017
Lovely cottage with fabulous views. Very comfortable beds and nice to have a real fire! Everyone we met was very friendly and we enjoyed exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.… More
I'm so pleased you enjoyed your holiday in Glenelg and found the Old Post Office comfortable.
DUNTRODDEN HOUSE is situated in a beautiful remote location in Glenbeag, next to the Pictish Brochs, tall stone towers that date from 2000 years ago.
The house was built using native timber with a grass roof, it sleeps 9, with 2 double bedrooms, a triple bunk and a dou
Torgorm is situated in the beautiful village of Glenelg. The closest point of the Scottish mainland to the Isle of Skye. Torgorm means blue hill in Gaelic, it is set on a hillside, looking over the sea to Skye and down the sound of seat. The view is stunning and ever ch
Bac na beàrn is a traditional old Highland home owned by our family for 70 years. It’s solidly stone built, slate roofed, with full central heating and double glazing where it matters, warm, comfortable, unfussy, relaxed, and with many original features and quirks.
“A great base in fabulous scenery with a helpful owner”
Reviewed 10 Apr 2018
We loved our stay and can thoroughly recommend both Glenelg and Bac na beàrn. The scenery was stunning, lots of great short and long walks, with a great pub for food and beer 100 yards from the house… More
Thanks Bob - glad you all enjoyed your visit both to Bac na beàrn and the wider area. It's important, I think, to make sure that everything's in order for guests and to deal promptly with any issues that arise, hence my "checking up", as you might say. Comment about a shower noted - in fact adding a shower as a separate room is part of a - necessarily long-term - plan with an intermediate one being adding one first to the bath area. Thanks again. Murdoch
This detached stone cottage is in a seaside location in the small village of Kylerhea on the Isle of Skye, 10 miles from Broadford, and sleeps 2 people in 1 bedroom.1A Kylerhea is a detached stone cottage in a seaside location in the small village of Kylerhea on the Isl
This three bedroom property close to the Isle of Skye is able to sleep up to six people.This single storey detached cottage has belonged to the owner's family for generations, and is positioned by the bay in Glenelg. Just 10 miles from the main route to the Isle of Skye
This detached, ground floor cottage in Glenelg can sleep seven people in three bedrooms. Torgorm is a detached single-storey pet-friendly cottage in a superb elevated position in Glenelg, with views towards the Isle of Skye. The cottage offers two double rooms, one with