The main house has three bedrooms (one en-suite), family bathroom, kitchen with dining area, entrance hall and sitting room, while the self-contained annex (Lodestar Cottage) has two bedrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen, dining room and bathroom and has its own entrance.


An established and highly successful holiday let, the forecast income from lettings for 2023 is £17,500.


Phiddy Robertson, handling the sale for Galbraith, said: “This sale represents a rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful rural cottage plus successful self-catering business on the Isle of Skye, one of the most truly stunning locations in Scotland. It offers both a desirable rural lifestyle and the potential to earn an income from the annex. Alternatively, the accommodation could be used for multigenerational living as the annex is attached to the main house.


“Skye is a leading  tourist destination and very popular with those who seek to enjoy a peaceful lifestyle in beautiful surroundings. We expect a good level of interest from potential buyers in Scotland and further afield.”


Tigh na Bruaich is set within about 0.8 acres of land, and has a garden studio and workshop, which offers conversion potential, subject to planning consent.  


Guests have described the property as ‘beautiful’ and in a ‘perfect location’ with an unsurpassed average rating of 5 stars on AirBnB.


Reviews posted this month include one which praised the stunning location:


“We loved our stay! Great escape, remote, absolutely worth the drive, far away from tourists, picturesque views and amazing amenities. We regret we only stayed 2x full days. Next time we’ll stay an entire week …”


Tigh na Bruaich  offers bright and spacious accommodation throughout. The current owners have recently carried out improvements to create a comfortable and well-presented property, including new hardwood flooring and new French doors in the annex. The gardens are designed to be low-maintenance and to attract the abundant local wildlife.


The Isle of Skye is  the best known of the Inner Hebridean islands off the west coast of Scotland, famous for its historical associations and magnificent landscape dominated by the Cuillin Mountains. The Sleat peninsula is very popular, with its many coastal and forestry trails, small islands and inlets, making it an ideal location for walking, mountain biking, kayaking and sailing. It is also rich in wildlife with otters, golden eagles, red deer and dolphins regularly spotted.


Tigh Na Bruaich, Drumfearn, Isle Ornsay on the Isle of Skye is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £399,950.