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.”
We serve a lovely continental breakfast here at Glenwood. Breakfast is served between 8am and 9am. PLEASE NOTE:- where the room price is less than £70 per night breakfast is NOT included. Due to covid it will be a takeaway continental breakfast provided. If you wish to have a cooked breakfast then after 15/7 there will be a cafe open to provide this
“My room was very clean and comfortably furnished and the shower in the ensuite was very good Great selection for breakfast and freshly cooked for the time you request. The house is just a few minutes drive from Mallaig and short walk to the silver sands of Morar. I thoroughly recommend Glenwood B&B.”
Mallaig, lovely harbor village at the stunningly beautiful west coast. Great views around every corner. Seals, dolphins, whales, golden eagles, deer and of course sheep, its all here. Silver sand beaches, rocky hills, lots to do and to enjoy ! My house is about 1 km from the village centre. A bit uphill with some parts a bit steep.
“Lovely room with a lovely cold breakfast served up. Most appropriate for a 2 or 3 nights stay and above as its a walk from the station and you need some time to appreciate the place around. It is also an uphill walk from the railway station/village centre. With suitcases I would not suggest to walk though it is great for a stroll and free walking or even with a backpack.”