"One of the Isle of Skye's very best-kept secrets "
This historic country house is a unique and delightful combination of luxury dinner-bed-and-breakfast accommodation, relaxing intimate retreat and comfortable family home now belonging to Neil and Rosemary Colquhoun. The old 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 - or as a venue for weddings, other family occasions or exclusive gatherings.
Described as "Uniquely different - Excellent" and "one of Skye's jewels", the cosy informal atmosphere of Greshornish House is complemented by delicious evening meals prepared using the freshest seasonal ingredients that Skye's natural larder can provide, served in the sunny conservatory or candlelit dining room by friendly and professional staff.
Greshornish has won a Good for the Soul award so if you are seeking peace, tranquillity and the gentle pace of island life, this is the place to be.
It was a wise man who said: “Skye is not a place, but an intoxication.”