Welcome to Greshornish House...

"One of the Isle of Skye's very best-kept secrets"

This traditional white manor house, once owned by Kenneth MacLeod, sits in a secluded magical loch side setting at the end of a single track road, surrounded by its gardens and a belt of beautiful trees. The remote and unspoilt Greshornish peninsula, which projects northeast from the base of Waternish, is a superb away-from-it-all location far from the stresses of the wider world, ideal for the enjoyment of a restorative break and yet central enough to enjoy all that the Isle of Skye has to offer.

A sense of tranquillity begins to descend the moment you turn off the main road and is complete when you sink into a soft chair in front of the drawing room fire, with a dram or two and a good book. The extreme peace of this hidden away location is almost tangible and really rather special.

In the Billiard Room, try a game of chess or snooker. Upstairs the nine comfortable and inviting bedrooms (all en-suite) offer rest and relaxation with tea/coffee making facilities and limited TV.

Outside you can wander in ten acres of gardens and grounds or spot eagles and otters from the shoreline. For the more energetic there is a tennis court and croquet lawn.