A really comfy place, an earthly paradise. Again, we enjoyed every hour of our stay and the diverse aspects of the Highlands
Escape, Explore, Relax
Self-catering annex for two with its own walled garden. B&B in our Regency house sitting in the glen above Glenelg. Good, local food. Call Donna and Eddie Stiven on 01599 522313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Balcraggie House, a Regency manse in Glenelg
Balcraggie House is the old Church of Scotland manse in Glenelg. The house was built in 1830 to replace an earlier building that dates to the 1720s. The foundations of this older manse can still be seen in our garden. The self-catering annex is the original North Wing of the house, and was originally designed as the study rooms of the minister.
Balcraggie House has a walled garden and orchard to which you have complete access. There is private car-parking within the grounds. The grounds of the house extend to three and a half acres and contain many mature trees. The situation is in a quiet Highland glen, the main glen in Glenelg, and as there are no other buildings in close proximity it is very quiet and secluded. The land around is crofted with some arable land and parks for cattle and sheep. Hills rise up on both sides of the glen and are home to sheep, red and roe deer, foxes and badgers, wildcat and pine marten and a variety of birdlife including the golden eagle.Go to House pages
What people say...
September 7, 2015 |
Back for our 2nd year. Weather glorious for second year. Cottage and hospitality lovely. Thankyou.
August 15, 2015 |
Back again to recharge the batteries and take it easy off the beaten track. Glenelg remains a special place.
August 1, 2015 |
Nice and peaceful cottage. We enjoyed the nice little ferry, and spent beautiful days on Skye. Thankyou for your...
July 20, 2015 |
Definitely coming back one day. Time out from every day so hectic. Felt so at home in this precious little house.
July 3, 2015 |
A warm welcome. First week had the odd shower, but dry during most walks. The Skye Ferry is a must do. We saw...