Our central location on the Isle of Skye is ideal as a holiday destination in Scotland.
You can relax in the cosy cottage, enjoy gentle walks, potter on the sea shore, take boat trips or visit the galleries, craft shops and museums. Some think a holiday in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland is not complete without a visit to a castle or a distillery.
Few places can compare with the beauty of the Isle of Skye. The sheer diversity of the landscape will captivate you. Photographers are spoilt, they have the choice of wild shoreline, with sandy beaches and craggy headlands to the remote corries of the Cullin mountains. Wild life enthusiasts will be rewarded with viewings of a diversity of bird life, seals, dolphins and otters.
Some of our more adventurous visitors come to Skye to make the most of the Great Outdoors. The pictures on this page show just a little of what is on the doorstep when you stay at Tigh Holm Cottages. You could fish for fresh mackerel from Armadale Pier, paddle your sea kayak around the islands, discover the secrets of Spar cave, splash your way through a river gorge below Blaven, walk and scramble the surrounding hills (summer and winter), dive for scallops, cycle to Glenelg via the turntable ferry at Kylerhea or rock climb in the Cullin.
There are many more opportunities close by:-
Tigh Holm Holiday cottages have the advantage that they are within walking distance of local shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Further away there is a variety of restaurants which come highly recommended. These offer excellent local seafood and products.
Much more information is available from Skye and Lochalsh online.
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