Cross a stone bridge over the stream separating Tigh Mairi from the other cottages on the croft to reach this perfect self-catering accommodation. Tigh (meaning house or home) Mairi was originally a croft dwelling house, then a hay barn in the 1800s, named after the daughter of Andrew and Mary Sim who combined both modern and traditional when rebuilding the cottage.
Views to the front take in the Strathaird peninsula across to Glasnakille and beyond to Sleat and the Isle of Rum.
Sleeping four people with a traditional veiled boxed king size bed downstairs and a gallery room with two single beds upstairs (accessed via a foldaway ladder). Travel cot available.
Tigh Mairi has all the comforts you need whether you want a base for exploring the beautiful Skye wilderness, dark skies, or a tranquil retreat to relax and recharge.
We are pet-friendly, can give you suggestions for dog-friendly walks of various lengths, and welcome up to two well-behaved dogs, by prior arrangement.