About An Creagan
An Creagan is a newly renovated holiday home in Glendale on the west coast of the Island, just a 10 min drive from the world famous Three Chimney Restaurant. This Isle of Skye self catering cottage still retains the original charm and appeal that has always been there, offering guests high quality luxury self catering accommodation. The cottage has remained in the same family since it was built in the late 1800s by Neil and Catherine Bruce. The name of the Skye holiday cottage, An Creagan is Gaelic for ‘rocky place’. It was, and still is, very common for Gaelic names to be attached to families in the Islands, and because of where the cottage sits – on a hill on stony ground – the name An Creagan was attached to the Bruce family. Calum Bruce, one of Neil and Catherine’s sons was my grandfather. He lived in the cottage and worked the land until he passed away at the age of 99. He was known as Calum An-Creagan, so we thought it only right to officially give the house the name.
This Isle of Skye cottage can very comfortably accommodate four adults or a family of four within its two generously-proportioned bedrooms. The double room upstairs has a king-size bed and the second bedroom has two singles. Both bedrooms have black-out curtains, with Harris Tweed furnishings and high quality 100% cotton sheets. All the bedding is hypoallergenic (duvets are ‘all season’ double-layered) with an extra supply of goose feather and down pillows for those who prefer to use them. Guests are also supplied with towels to use during their stay. The main bathroom upstairs has an over-shower bath and under-floor heating. Downstairs there is a toilet/shower room, living room and separate dining room. There is also an extendable dining table in the porch of the cottage, where you can sit, relax and just enjoy the scenery.
In common with most cottages of the period and style, the ceilings are low in places, so please mind your head, especially when climbing the stairs! There is ample parking and a large garden area with outdoor seating for guests to use. There is a multi-fuel stove and under-floor heating, which adds a cosy feel to the cottage for relaxed evenings in. There is Wi-Fi for guests to use, and also Freesat satellite channels on TVs in the living room and master bedroom. The kitchen is extremely well equipped with everything you will need for your stay.
Unfortunately, since this is an old croft house, the smaller door frames mean that it is not suitable for wheelchair access. We may allow 1 small, well behaved dog by arrangement (£30 supplement). Smoking is not allowed in the house.