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Ardvasar, Isle of Skye

Oak Tree Cottage

Enjoy a relaxing stay in a traditional stone built, beautifully refurbished self-catering holiday cottage, located on the Sleat Peninsula. The cottage has a WOOD BURNING STOVE as well as its own picturesque garden with private parking area. Within walking distance enjoy fabulous views out over the Sound of Sleat to the Scottish mainland and the Inner Hebridean islands of Eigg and Rhum. Please note that the cottage has a short but steep open wooden staircase to the upper floor(see photos). There is a handrail but please bear this in mind when booking.

Ardvasar
Oak Tree Cottage is situated in the village of Ardvasar on the Sleat Peninsula of Southern Skye, known as 'The Garden of Skye', due to it's abundance of trees and greenery and wonderful woodland gardens. here are many beautiful woodland and shoreline walks in the area. The village benefits from a hotel/pub and at nearby Armadale you will find the Armadale – Mallaig ferry and a selection of craft shops, garage and shop with filling station as well as the  famous Clan Donald Centre and Museum of the Isles. There are a range of hotels, bars and restaurants throughout the Sleat area.

 
The larger village of Broadford is approx 15 miles away and here you will find more local amenities including a supermarket, 24-hour filling station, bank, Post Office as well as a selection of hotels, bars and restaurants.  


Travelling there

Skye is the biggest island in the Inner Hebrides and travelling there has been made much more convenient by the introduction of the modern toll free road bridge connecting the island to the main land at the Kyle of Lochalsh.  However for those looking for a more traditional crossing the ferry from Mallaig is still a most enjoyable option.

 
Yes, you can still sail over the sea to Skye!
 
Oak Tree Cottage is just a 5 minute drive from the ferry to Mallaig and the Scottish mainland.

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