An immaculately presented stone cottage located in Harlosh. Set in spectacular surroundings, it is ideal for a family who would like to share a wonderful holiday together and enjoy the magical Isle of Skye. With accommodation over two floors, this cosy Skye cottage combines traditional charm with contemporary style. There is a large kitchen, dining room and sitting room. Upstairs both double bedrooms have fantastic views. Harlosh-By-The-Sea is a great base for touring the island.
Harlosh (Scottish Gaelic: Heàrrlois) is a settlement on the island of Skye off the west coast of Scotland. The settlement is on a peninsula of the same name.
Situated at the end of a narrow peninsula between Lochs Caroy and Bharcasaig (both of which are arms of Loch Bracadale), Harlosh is some 7 kilometres (4 1⁄2 miles) from the village of Dunvegan. Harlosh Island and Tarner Island lie just offshore, with Wiay some 3 kilometres (2 miles) distant to the south.The name "Harlosh" is of Old Norse origin and may refer to a river mouth, although the meaning is not clear.
The ruins of Dun Feorlig broch are just to the north east along the shores of Loch Caroy. This Iron Age structure has an external diameter of 16.3 metres (53 feet) and there is little trace of the building except for part of the foundation course. It sits on an elevated rock separated from the surrounding area by a deep hollow that was probably excavated. Dun Reil is a structure of a similar antiquity to the south of Harlosh beyond Camus Ban.