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Self-catering accommodation set in a quiet residential area. It contains one king bedroom and two twin bedroom’s to comfortably sleep six people. Bedding & towels are provided. Bath with electric shower over with shower curtain. Range style 4 ring cooker and hotplate. Dish Washer, Washing Machine, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Kettle & Toaster. TV/DVD with Freeview, feature fireplace with electric fire. CD/Radio. Serving hatch to kitchen. Free Broadband/Wi-Fi. Fenced garden with space for BBQ. Parking is available to the front and side of the property.
This house was built in 1976, in the picturesque village of Erbusaig which is Gaelic for ‘Erb's Bay’. Erb was believed to be a Viking who landed here many centuries ago.
The cluster of houses in the village, adds to the charm of the area which is surrounded by the views overlooking Erbusaig bay.
Its location is ideal to explore the Highlands and Islands. Erbusaig Village is in the County of Ross and Cromarty. It is surrounded by luscious green croft land, and affords excellent views across the hills and woodland and out across the Isle of Skye, and yet is close to excellent services.
With Kyle of Lochalsh just two miles away you will find full amenities expected of a thriving area including a supermarket, petrol station, banks, selection of small shops, restaurants and with facilities of dentists, medical centre, leisure pool and gym.
The famous and popular village of Plockton which was the setting for the TV series ‘Hamish Macbeth’ is only four miles away and offers shops, and restaurants.
The Skye Bridge is within a short drive which is a gateway to the many wonderful sights and attractions from Dunvegan Castle to the Talisker Distillery. The Isle of Skye is the largest and best known of the Inner Hebrides. Renown in history, song and poetry (where it is sometimes referred as Eilean a' Cheo - The Misty Isle) Skye is equally well known for its natural beauty and wildlife. The Cuillin Hills and their gentler