Welcome to the Old Fire Station
The Old Fire Station cottage provides award-winning, 4-star self-catering accommodation for two.
It is nestled within an established garden, in the heart of Dunvegan; looking out across the loch at the legendary MacLeod’s Tables.
Located near the heart of the village, it is a short walk to a wide range of local amenities or a great evening out to complete your perfect day.
Dunvegan’s old fire station was renovated into a holiday cottage when the Fire Service moved to upgraded premises. The cottage was designed with your stay in mind, and we hope that you enjoy your time with us on Skye.
You will find everything you need for a comfortable stay. Every detail has been taken care of, from the fully-equipped kitchen (complete with Yorkshire pudding tin, slow cooker, rolling-pin, etc), to the spacious wardrobe in the bedroom.
We are one of just a handful of self-catering accommodations in the area to be awarded a 4-star rating by Visit Scotland.
We are proud to have been awarded the Customer Choice Award 2019 by Cottages.com.
Were we are
The Isle of Skye is 50 miles long and the largest of the Inner Hebrides. Dunvegan is a large village at the ‘north end’ of the island, resting in the sea loch between Waternish and Durinish.
Dunvegan Castle is one of Skye’s most popular attractions. The ancestral seat of the Clan MacLeod, the castle has been home to the MacLeods for all of those eight centuries, a Scottish record.
Skye’s most recognised mountain formations are the Cuillin range, with its jagged peaks providing a challenge to mountain climbers from around the world and the strange rock formations and pinnacles found in the Trotternish peninsula.
The island is also a great destination for wildlife watching with the White Tailed Sea Eagle at the top of bird watchers lists. Otters, seals, whales, dolphins and red deer are just some of the other impressive creatures that can be seen on and around Skye.
Old Fire Station
Portree Road, Dunvegan
Isle of Skye, IV55 8GT
Telephone: (01470) 521 212