Bonn Na Cnoc

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Bonn Na Cnoc (at the foot of the hill) was built in 2010 to exacting specifications. While retaining much of the aesthetics of the traditional island white house, this modern, purpose built eco-construction provides highly insulated warm, comfortable and spacious living areas, ensuring a well-equipped home from home. Bonn Na Cnoc sleeps four. For the comfort of our guests we have a policy of no smoking and no pets. We use our cottage as a getaway from the everyday hustle and bustle of living and we invite you to experience it too. 

Situated on the Trotternish Peninsula on the edge of the hamlet of Borneskitaig and less than 10 miles from the famous Quiraing, Bonn Na Cnoc has views straight across The Minch to the Western Isles. 

Kilmuir covers the western and northern portions of the Trotternish peninsular and is perhaps best known for the dramatic rock formations of the Trotternish Ridge and along the coast. Features on the ridge include the Old Man of Storr and The Quiraing. Coastline features include the Kilt Rock - huge basalt columns rising from the sea and resembling the pleats of a kilt. 

Duntulm Castle, once home to Clan Macdonald, provides a link to Kilmuir's human past - a past that includes being home to Flora Macdonald herself. Flora's grave is within walking distance from the cottage.

We are only 6 miles from Uig where you will find a local shop, restaurant, post office and the port for the ferry to the Western Isles. 

Portree, the island's capital is a 30 minute drive away and has all the amenities and facilities you would expect of a small, busy town. 

55 miles and an eighty minute drive from the Skye Bridge, Bonn Na Cnoc will provide you with a holiday to look forward to and happy memories to look back on.