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This unique glamping cabin is based near Portree, on the idyllic Isle of Skye in Scotland, and it makes for an unforgettable romantic holiday for two. Overlooking the River Snizort, the cabin features a sedum roof, a gorgeous wood-panel exterior, and large windows that allow for plenty of natural light and outstanding waterfront views. After a day of adventure, guests can unwind in the wood-fired hot tub out on the deck or stargaze from the king-size bed inside through the dome ceiling window. Guests are also treated to a fully-furnished modern interior that includes a kitchen, a delightful dining area, and an ensuite bathroom with a shower and fresh towels. Additionally, there is a television and free Wi-Fi.
This holiday rental offers modern conveniences that will make any discerning glamper feel right at home during their stay, with amenities and facilities such as an equipped kitchen, an ensuite bathroom, linen and towels, and Wi-Fi access. Outside, there is a seating area where glampers can enjoy breakfast in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening. A welcome basket is included upon arrival.
This idyllic holiday rental is perfectly located just seven miles from the village of Portree on the Isle of Skye and is a fantastic spot for a weekend getaway in Scotland. Surrounded by hills and hugged by cliffs, the village overlooks a sheltered bay and offers a plethora of outdoor recreation. Local attractions include the Lump, Portree Harbour, the Old Man of Storr, and the Cuillin Mountain range. Just 200 meters from the rental, glampers will enjoy direct access to Loch Snizort. The nearest international airport is in Glasgow while the nearest local airport is in Inverness, just 119 miles away.
This sublime Isle of Skye is well known for its unsurpassed natural beauty and boasts many points of interests and outdoor recreation. The area is home to one of the most photographed landscapes in the world and attracts many nature enthusiasts year round. Just 200 meters from the rental, glampers can enjoy direct access to the Loch Snizort, which is fed by the River Snizort, where they can set sail or embark on a wild Atlantic salmon fishing expedition on River Snizort.
The Old Man of Storr is a part of the Trotternish ridge and was created by an ancient landslide. Today, it is the most famous walk on the island and offers unimaginable views, perfect for photographing. Other activities in the area include canyoning, abseiling from waterfalls, sea kayaking, and trekking.