Welcome to Phoenix Flats...

Front of Building

This stylish flat has been purpose-built to provide the ideal accommodation for a truly relaxing and memorable holiday on the Isle of Skye. Situated in the centre of the busy town of Portree, it is within easy walking distance of a good selection of shops, restaurants and bars. The local supermarket is just a 2 minute walk around the corner. The flat provides the ultimate holiday base for those who enjoy the luxury of eating out after a day of sightseeing or walking etc, with many excellent hotels, bars and bistros just minutes away.

Holidays at Phoenix Flats provide the perfect base to either unwind by discovering the natural beauty of the island or, for the more adventurous, mountain climbing, walking and cycling. Sleeping a maximum of four people, the accommodation is furnished to a high standard making this property suitable for couples, friends or families. The flat is located on a quiet residential street with private off street parking. A partial view of Portree Bay can be had from the living room and kitchen windows. Private decking has been created to the rear of the property in the secluded quiet garden. The perfect place to chill out with a glass of wine or a cool beer.

Accommodation includes a comfortable living room complete with Sky TV. The kitchen is very well equipped providing you with everything you need to cook a romantic meal, the dining area suitable for 4 people. There are 2 bedrooms one double and one twin, each providing both hanging and drawer storage. The bathroom has an electric shower providing plentiful hot water, allowing you to enjoy a shower in the large shower enclosure.

About Portree

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The Isle of Skye is the largest of the Inner Hebrides, with some of Britain's most dramatic scenery. Portree is the main town on Skye. Its name comes from the Gaelic Port-an-Righ, which translates as "King's Port" and dates to a visit by King James V.

The centre of life in Portree has to be its harbour. This is in a superb natural setting, being surrounded by high ground and cliffs. Built around the harbour at harbourside level are a range of buildings which have featured in more than one calendar photograph down the years. The run of brightly painted buildings down the south-west side is especially striking. The main town of Portree lies above and behind the harbour. The main focus is Somerled Square, home to the war memorial, some car parking, and most of the bus stops in the town. Much of the shopping is to be found in the roads leading from Somerled Square towards the harbour: and Wentworth Street offers a range of those "interesting but not essential" shops that make any visit worthwhile. In recent years Portree has spread out from its traditional centre, with newer buildings including housing, supermarkets and the island's main secondary school. Also on the southern outskirts of Portree is the Skye Heritage Centre and the associated Aros Experience, designed to bring to life the history and experience of Skye.

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