Waterside Cabin is a luxury studio for two. Just a few metres from the water’s edge, pull back the blinds and lie in bed to watch the tide come in or open the French doors and head out onto the private deck to watch the fabulous sunsets. With its light coastal decor, full of subtle touches, the space has been designed to be relaxing while catering to guests' every need and despite its bijou size (27m sq), the cabin is well equipped for short or longer stays. The views are spectacular, from the mountains to the west, to the islands of Raasay and Pabay and out to the hills of Applecross to the east, perfect for relaxing and unwinding. At high tide the water is just a few feet away and at low tide the bay becomes a haven for birdlife.
When tired of soaking up the view guests can head to the restaurants, cafes and shops of Broadford, just a short walk away.
What makes a stay at Waterside Cabin unique?
Few locations can beat Waterside Cabin for its proximity to the water's edge at high tide and it spectacular views. Attention to detail tops the list here with delightful touches throughout designed to make this a luxurious and peaceful stay for solo travellers or couples. Proximity to nearby shops and restaurants means guests can leave their car behind and fully relax into their stay.
What is the capacity for Waterside Cabin?
Waterside Cabin has been designed for solo travellers or couples. Waterside Cottage which is adjacent sleeps 8 and both properties are available to book together.
- Private deck and outdoor seating area on the waterfront
- Double bed with luxurious hotel linens
- Arran Aromatic toiletries
- Comfortable lounge area with TV, DVD player
- Guide books and small DVD library
- Kitchenette with electric hob/microwave/combi oven/fridge
- Dining area
- Spacious ensuite shower
- Electric heating
- Free onsite parking
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Broadford area?
Broadford is Skye's second largest settlement and is home to a large supermarket as well as numerous restaurants, shops and bars. It also houses the main petrol station for the island, along with pharmacy, doctors' surgery and hospital. Harrapool, where the Cabin is located is just 1 mile from the supermarket and has the enviable position of the fabulous Hebridean Inn diagonally opposite serving locally sourced produce for meals in or out.
The Cabin is located on Broadford Bay, a great area for kayaking or boating and is perfectly located to visit all parts of Skye as well as the beautiful villages of Plockton, Dornie and Glenelg on the mainland.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Skye has some amazing restaurants and cafes - from Michelin star to simple but excellent eateries. Locally, as well as neighbours the Hebridean Inn, there is Harbour Lights, Red Skye, Creelers, Claymore, Broadford Hotel, Cafe Sia, Deli Gasta, all within a mile and a half. And further afield it is just a 15 minute drive to explore the delights of the Sleat peninsula including the newly opened Knock Distillery, 30 minutes to the unique village of Plockton, and then Torrin, Elgol, the Sligachan and the north of Skye are all within an easy drive.
The Cabin shares a large parking area with Waterside Cottage, which is adjacent. There is a designated parking space and the Cabin is screened from the Cottage by a high fence so complete privacy is assured. Guests are asked to respect the peace of others and keep noise to a minimum in outdoor areas after 10pm.
Bookings are for a minimum of two nights, all year round.