Spectacular views included! The trip to wood h may take some time, but you’ll be rewarded at the destination. Built on a remote headland of the Scottish Isle of Skye, the holiday house is modeled after the traditional Scottish longhouses and blends with its simple architecture harmoniously into the landscape.
The open living room extends to the roof and offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Outer Hebrides. The fireplace provides a cozy atmosphere and the underfloor heating keeps the house warm even on cold days.The bedrooms also offer wonderful views of the water. If the weather is nice you can relax on the outside deck, look out for whales or dolphins or watch the sunset.
What to do
Close to the Woodhouse are the stunning Macleod’s Tables and the breathtaking Ramasaig cliffs. For serious climbers, the challenging Cuillins in the south are a great opportunity to explore more of the island. Family attractions include Dunvegan Castle, seal-spotting boat trips, the stunning Coral beach and Neist Point Lighthouse. For a breathtaking dip, dive into the delightful fairy pools at Glenbrittle. And if you fancy some fine dining, head for the award-winning Three Chimneys restaurant.
Why we like this house
A house with plenty of space for holidays with family or friends. Perfect for spending time together, retreating from the world and relaxing with magnificent views.
This house is great for
Families, holidays with friends, nature lovers
|Region/Town||UK – United Kingdom , Scotland, Isle of Skye, Duirnish, Lower Milovaig|
|Scenery||rugged coastline, with a view on the Minch and the Outer Hebrides|
|Number of guests||up to 8 people|
|Design||Dualchas, Sleat, Isle of Skye|
|Special Features||Please note we have a no-pet policy|
|Criteria||1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), 1-8 (house/apartment), Family, Hiking, Island, Restaurant, Sea|
|Same Partner||Black h|
|Same Architect||Black h|