Jewel of the Highlands

Granny's Croft House

Granny's Croft House

Granny's Croft House was built in 1802 in the lovely and peaceful crofting township of Duirinish, with its river running freely through the centre of the village, where Highland cattle and sheep graze happily nearby.

Duirinish is two miles from Plockton where all amenities can be found, and only four miles from Kyle of Lochalsh and the Isle of Skye Bridge.

Duirinish is well located for those who love the great outdoors — lots of walks, hill climbing, fishing and miles of unspoiled coastline nearby.

The cottage has been very well maintained but has kept its traditional look and is a delightful choice for a self-catering holiday.




The outside of Granny's croft house
Our Highland cattle
Duirinish in winter
Summer in Duirinish


Ian & Morag MacKenzie
Seann Bhruthach, Duirnish, Plockton Ross-shire IV40 8BE

phone: 01599 544 204

At a glance

sleeps: 3
price: £285 - £410
open: All year
pets allowed: Yes
smoking allowed: No
ensuite available: No
wifi available: No
card payment available: No

the cottage . . .

double-glazed windows and doors

oil-fired central heating

open hearth fire in sitting room

dining room

sun patio

enclosed grass area to the rear with garden furniture

enclosed sitting area to the front with bench seat

colour TV/DVD player

music centre

ironing & drying facilities

pay phone

pets welcome by arrangement (please note this a crofting area)

we provide . . .

all bed linen and towels

all electricty provided

starter pack of coal

off-road parking

open: All Year

sleeps 3

bedrooms . . .

one double room

one single room

both downstairs (house is single story)

bathrooms . . .

fully-equipped shower-room

kitchen . . .

electric cooker

microwave oven


washing machine

fully equipped with kettle, pots and pans, utensils, etc

booking . . .

normal booking period — Saturday to Saturday

earliest arrival time — 16:00

latest departure time — 10:00

short stays outside high season

20% deposit required, balance payable six weeks before arrival.