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"An Taigh Dubh" is Plockton's Thatched Cottage . It is the only remaining "black house" in the village of Plockton. 

In the heart of the village this truly unique cottage enjoys a central yet peaceful location near the loch, just a short stroll to hotels, eateries and beautiful scenery. The cottage sleeps two with open plan living/sleeping accommodation, a well equipped kitchen, all modern comforts, and its own parking - it's just ideal!
 

COVID-19 update: we are now accepting bookings again as the UK lock-down and travel restrictions have been lifted.  In addition to following government guidelines for cleaning, we will also keep the cottage empty for a full 72 hours between departing and arriving guests for added safety. Bookings and blocked dates will show as unavailable on our availabity calendar. Should there be a further lockdown preventing guests from travelling, affected bookings will be refunded.

      Click here to view details of this unique thatched property


     

The Thatched Cottage sleeps a maximum of two, although it can also accommodate a small child in a cot. A cot and high chair can be provided if required. For full details visit our Thatched Cottage page here.

 

If you are looking for a larger property in Plockton please see Caladh Reidh below which is nearby on Harbour Street.

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        Caladh Reidh   is a traditional cottage in the village of Plockton. Situated on  Harbour Street, it sleeps 6 guests. It  is a home from home in this picturesque village and enjoys a central  location at the quieter north end of Harbour Street, just a short walk from all the village has to offer.

  For further information on Caladh Reidh visit: www.caladhreidh.com

Local sailing boats at rest in Plockton bay on a calm misty morning.

For information on sailing in Plockton or what the village has to offer, please visit  our links page.

 
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