Bruaich Mhor is a stunning self catering cottage located in Scullamus near Broadford on the Isle of Skye. The cottage has a main double bedroom that comfortably sleeps two people in a king size bed. The cottage is brand new in 2009 and has been purpose built to provide all necessary facilities and amenities for your holiday on Skye. The main sitting room has an open plan kitchen with a dining area and large panoramic windows with superb views over the Red Cuillin mountains and the sea of Broadford bay.
The cottage is ideally situated to explore Skye and enjoy a range of activities including walking, mountaineering and scrambling, cycling, fishing, kayaking, golf, wildlife watching and enjoying the amazing scenery of Skye. Around Broadford and Breakish there are a number of interesting mountain and coastal walks suitable for all abilities. For the more adventurous the pretty fishing village of Elgol provides boat trips to Loch Coruisk lying in the heart of the Cuillin mountains. A trip over the Skye bridge onto the mainland to visit the village of Plockton as well as the iconic Eilean Donan castle at Dornie is also recommended.
The nearby village of Broadford is a few minutes walk from the cottage and is the second largest on the island. Broadford has a large supermarket, shops, bank, library, petrol station, launderette, pubs, cafes and several restaurants. For a special meal Lady Claire MacDonald's Kinloch Lodge is nearby or the famous Three Chimney's restaurant to the north of the island.
Bruaich Mhor cottage will provide you with a comfortable base with stunning mountain and sea views from which to enjoy and explore the magical Isle of Skye.
The cottage is equipped with all necessary mod-cons including:
• Visit Scotland 4 star award
• Whirlpool bath
• King size bed
• LCD TV in bedroom
• Wireless broadband
• Private decking area with barbecue
• DVD player
• Ipod dock
• Reclining leather swivel chairs to enjoy the panoramic views
• Washing machine/dryer
The view from the lounge looking towards Broadford and Beinn na Caillich (The hill of the old lady).