The cottage set in mature woodland with stunning views across the sound of Sleat to the majestic hills of Kintail and Knoydart with the iconic Stevenson built Isleornsay lighthouse in the foreground. The ever popular Hotel Eilean Iarmain with its Am Praban bar is a short ten minute walk away.
“Fantastic place, such a great location! The cottage has been thoughtfully refurbished to a very comfortable modern standard without loosing too much of its original charm. It was sparkling clean and very well kitted out with everything you could need. We loved having the wood-burning stove to get cosy in the evening. The local pub served great food and offers wonderful hospitality. We had a very special trip to this lovely part of the world. Great meeting Joel, Dede & Rita they were everything good hosts should be - thanks again and hopefully see you again soon!”
Angels’ Share is an architect designed contemporary cottage over looking Knock Bay and the ruins of Knock Castle. There is spacious accommodation for two people, with room for two children or two “small adults” on a sofa bed. The cottage is situated on the Sleat peninsula known as the Garden of Skye. The cottage is not far from from the Skye Bridge and the mainland ferry ports. It makes a great base for exploring the whole of Skye's beautiful scenery.
“We had an amazing stay at Angels Share. John and Mhairi were excellent hosts who gave us complete space and privacy to enjoy their accommodation but we knew they were right there if we needed them, and we didn’t! Angels Share has all you could want or need and more, it’s packed with thoughtful and homely touches, providing everything to connect you with the modern world but also everything to occupy you if you want to disconnect - the best of both worlds! We have already been recommending Angels to friends and family and would recommend it to everyone. We can’t wait to return.”
Covid-19 Coronavirus: For the time being, to protect our very fragile health service and the many older and vulnerable residents of this small island, I am not taking any new bookings for May/June, when I will review again. Who knows what lies ahead for all of us, but please save my wee Bothy to your favourites and when the time is right, come and visit us. In the meantime, stay safe, stay home, wash your hands and use the time to plan your future trip to Skye. Thank you.
“I loved this Bothy. I had such an incredible time here. It is the perfect place to relax and unwind, but also to use as a base for exploring Skye, even in winter! The bothy itself had all the things I needed, with little thoughtful and personal touches from Nicola that made it all the more special and relaxing. It is in a great location. Waking up every morning and watching the sunrise over the mountains from the bedroom window, to stargazing outside on a clear evening. It is a beautiful place. Nicola was incredibly attentive and thoughtful, which just made my time at the bothy special and seamless. Her vegan chocolate brownies were also to die for! I will definitely be returning to this bothy!”