Cottage DetailsA secluded location in Torrin with stunning views of Blaven and the Cuillins
The Old Church at Torrin, built around 100 years ago, was converted in 1992 to provide a spacious family home whilst retaining the feel of a traditional island house. The result is a cottage with a wealth of character, original features and awe-inspiring views.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
Comfortably sleeps 8
Two en suite double bedrooms (one on ground floor)
Two twin rooms
Two further bathrooms
Cot, high chairs and baby gates available
Towels, bedlinen and fuel are included.
New for 2021, a hand built, well equipped kitchen with oil fired Rayburn, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer.
The Rayburn provides a constant supply of hot water and there is central heating throughout.
A separate utility room houses a washing machine, tumble dryer and additional fridge freezer.
The Living Area
Entrance hall with cloakroom
Dining room with large table
Lounge with large picture windows, affording magnificent views of the stunning landscape. The lounge has large comfortable sofas, a real flame wood burner style stove, satellite TV, DVD and CD player.
A selection of DVDs is provided together with novels, guide books and board games
There is a second cosy reading room.
Decking with table, chairs and barbecue
Possibly the best view of Blaven on the whole island can be seen from the large decked area which runs along the entire front of the cottage. There is plenty of seating, a large table and a BBQ.
The Old Church has a securely fenced garden.
Moi and her son, Ben, a landscape photographer, moved to Skye in 2017 so that Ben could pursue his career. Many of Ben’s landscape prints adorn the walls of the cottage.
Moi and Ben are very involved in constantly ensuring that the Old Church provides guests with all the comforts of home during their trip to Skye.