Creagan Mhor

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Creagan Mhor, a mile from the village of Glenelg, is one of the most spectacularly positioned houses on the entire North Western Sea Board. This renovated 1865 Church Manse stands proudly at the top of the Sound of Sleite [Gaelic for smooth or even] a short Kayak ride from the wild and beautiful South Eastern side of Skye. She looks down the Sound with breathtaking views of Skye, Gavin Maxwell’s Sandaig, Eigg, Rhum and Ardnamurchan point.

The House itself, set in nearly an acre of hig5hland garden with a path winding down to the beach, is marked on Admiralty maps, as occasional ships and yachts make their slow but steady progress through one of the most stunning waterways on earth, South or North towards Rhona, Kyle and Applecross and beyond. Creagan Mhor [meaning large rock, which you can’t miss on our beach] is situated half way between the village and the original ferry to Skye, the house is quite simply unique. Lovingly renovated to a high standard, it is warm, spacious, friendly, bright - and magical.