Tigh Cilmartin

staffin-beachElegant and spacious accommodation awaits you at this former Church of Scotland Manse, on the beautiful Isle of Skye.

Bursting with character and lavishly equipped with all of the mod cons you would hope for, Tigh Cilmartin offers 5 star self-catering accommodation of the highest standard for up to 6 people.

Set within the tranquil and magnificent surroundings of the crofting community of Staffin, located on the north-east coast of the Isle of Skye, the house boasts glorious views of the Quiraing and surrounding countryside.

The Walker Family pride themselves on attention to detail and having taken many self-catering holidays themselves, they decided that Tigh Cilmartin would have everything that they and their guests would expect from a luxury holiday home, to ensure that every need is catered for and relaxation is paramount.

After an exciting and invigorating day of exploring this magnificent Island, enjoy a wonderful night’s sleep in the super king-size beds, adorned with crisp cotton sheets and cosy duvets whilst relaxing to the tranquil sounds of the River Kilmartin outside your bedroom window.

Extra care has been taken to ensure that guests will be comfortable whatever the weather, including a cosy wood burning stove with a plentiful supply of logs, central heating, a good supply of books and DVD’s and for when the sun is shining, a BBQ to enjoy in the grounds of this idyllic holiday home. There is also free wireless broadband available.

If you want to get away from the fast pace of everyday life and feel the need to recharge your batteries, plan your trip to the magical Isle of Skye and make Tigh Cilmartin your home from home. Tigh Cilmartin is a very special and much loved home for the Walker family and they hope that their guests will benefit from spending time in it as much as they do.

Mid-week and short break stays are available throughout the year.

“Thank you for letting us stay in your lovely friendly cottage, we have been so happy and comfortable here and can’t wait to come back”. Rosemary & Colin Owens