Explore The Magical Isle of Skye From This Portree Harbour House
Nestled in a row of colourful 19th century harbour houses on Portree's historic harbour you will wake up to fabulous sea views with your own private outdoor spot on the water's edge a stone's throw from thriving Portree with quaint cafes, shops and seafood restaurants.
Step through the bright red door at Harbour House for the quickest relax. The interior has an instant calming effect with its soothing colour schemes and comfortable furniture throughout. Downstairs the spacious accommodation extends to a large kitchen/diner, well-equipped for all your catering needs; a utility/boot room with washer and dryer, a cosy lounge with wood burning stove and a games room with table football, bluetooth speaker and TV. Both the lounge and kitchen look directly out to sea. Harbour House sleeps 6 guests.
Upstairs there are two sea-facing bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other with a super-king bed and a third twin bedroom at the rear. A fold out single bed in the family room provides added flexibility for families and groups. All towels and bed linen are provided and luxury Arran Aromatics toiletries for a touch of indulgence. There are two bathrooms, one with shower facility and the second with a bath and over bath shower. Take your pre dinner drinks out into the small garden space equipped with a table perfect for watching the boats bob by with their creels and daily catch. There is private parking for one large car or two small cars at Harbour House and alternative additional parking nearby.
Portree is Skye's main town and is home to a whole range of cafes, shops and restaurants, all within a short walk of the house. In the summer months wander down the pier and you'll find Just Hooked, which sells fresh seafood straight off the boats or you can choose to take one of the many excellent boat trips which take you to see the eagles, seals and other wildlife. Peek inside a pub or two at the weekend and you'll often find there are musicians playing a Scottish reel or two. If you want to stretch your legs then a walk from the door around the peninsula or up the Meall and you'll have stunning views across to Raasay and the Cuillins.
Portree, boasts some wonderful restaurants, cafes and hostelries. Skye has excellent Scottish cuisine ranging from Michelin star, AA Rosette, traditional and contemporary Scottish, stunning seafood, Spanish, Indian and more. You can sample local real ales in any number of pubs and many have whisky shelves which could keep connoisseurs occupied for years. There are quirky cafes, funky tea rooms or for a more elegant experience, wonderful old hunting lodge hotels for a dainty afternoon tea. There are a number of local taxi firms who can fetch you after a good night out. Fresh seafood is in abundance on Skye and you can order fresh langoustines or buy a selection of locally caught fresh catch to cook and prepare at Harbour House.
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