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Lovely stay on Skye
26-1/6/12 A comfy charming cottage surrounded by the beauty of Skye. Each window frames it's own picture of the sky, mountains and bay outside. The children loved the beach and having their own island. We saw lots of new birds this last week. The Oyster catchers in the bay are lovely and the local ducks come right up to the kitchen door.
Posted by Yvette Costall on 02 June 2012
What a week...Thanks
We arrived in brilliant sunshine with the views taking our breath away, inside the cottage everything was perfect, warm and cosy and again the views from the kitchen and bedromms was stunning. For the rest of the week we had every type of weather you could imagine, through it all the beauty of the area and the cosy welcome of Cruard Cottage just kept us smiling. We even saw our first wild otter during the week at kylerhea. Oh and a submarine that decided to park off the coast. there aren't many places we'd come back to but Cruard is certainly one of them. Thanks Guys

James and Jane 16th October
Posted by james and jane on 25 October 2010
When you arrive at Cruard Cottage you know that you are going to have an amazing holiday. The cottage is stunning as are the views. We saw oyster catchers, herons and numerous other sea birds on a daily basis and caught a glimpse of a seal and an eagle. There are lovely walks along the shore and down the lane to the local hotel for lunch or supper.
We would definitely pay a return visit to Cruard.
Thank you Pam & Elaine for sharing your lovely cottage
Posted by linda leyland on 05 October 2010
Holiday
Just returned from a week at the lovely Cruard Cottage. What a perfect spot with the most wonderful views and not a midge in sight! A little bit of heaven.
Posted by Brenda McCreadie on 10 June 2010
cottage
Just amazing. Overwhelmed with the beauty around your cottage. Wow.

Posted by John Lesondak on 12 December 2009
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