Situated in a very large, secluded garden, this traditional
and spacious croft cottage is a real gem in the glen.
The accommodation: The entrance is via the rear porch with
plenty of space for storing your walking boots or fishing gear.
The porch leads into the kitchen which opens onto a
spacious dining room with wood burning stove.
If the evenings are cool, relax in the lounge in front of
a cosy fire, buring logs or coal.
The beautiful fire place is the real thing not
a modern reproduction.
Better than watching TV – but don’t worry
there is a TV and DVD as well as a small collection of
books, films and traditional board games.
In May, June and July it scarcely seems to get dark –
leave the curtains of the bay window open
(you are not overlooked so no-one will see in)
and watch the sun slip down over the hills.
On a clear evening, wander down to the beach with your camera–
just 5 minutes’ walk.
The Outer Hebrides make a glorious backdrop to sunset over the loch.
Back home after a long day?
The bathroom is downstairs and has full sized bath (great for a
relaxing soak) as well as an electric shower.
The staircase has traditional wood lined walls.
The spacious bedrooms have quaint coombed ceilings:
one room with double bed and the other with two twin beds.
Need a hairdyer? Look in the bedside cabinet.
A folding bed and an additional single also available
so the cottage can easily accommodate six people.
See the photo gallery for more pictures of the interior
as well as of local views.
Click here for prices and availability.