Peat stoves, gas lighting , crisp white linen sheets and white roses in season have ensured a special status for this cottage.
Outside the small 1? storey traditional croft cottage has changed little over the last 150 years but the interior has been designed to combine the best of traditional values- the use of all natural materials birch floors and walls, mahogany stairs, aluminium worktops, a cozy traditional room layout with period furnishings, mahogany sash windows, gas lighting ,peat stove, solid fuel range cooking and feather duvets and pillows.
The modern essentials have also been added- central heating and hot water, gas hob ,an indoor toilet and bathroom with bath and shower, comfortable adjustable beds, and extensive use of light reflecting and translucent materials and roof lights. The aluminium barrel vault running the length of the cottage and perforated floating floors often surprise our guests at first but are necessary to maximise light and for the use of gas. The cleanliness, spacious air and warm, cozy feel have resulted in many of our guests young and old alike returning year after year.
The cottage sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms, one with double bed if requested. There are now even 2 power points and 2 electric lights installed but these are again optional! Some fittings maybe unsuitable for the very young and old-please ask. Car parking is off road by the cottage.
Landmarks within 10 miles with distances (Straight Line)
| Cnoc a'Bhaid-rallaich - 0.82
|| Cnoc a'Bhaid-rallaich West Top - 0.91
|| Beinn Ghobhlach - 1.76
| Creag na Ceapaich - 1.87
|| Mac is Mathair - 2.50
|| Beinn nam Ban - 2.68
| Sail Mhor - 2.80
|| Meall Garbh - 3.21
|| Meall Garbh West Top - 3.36
| Ruigh Mheallain - 3.44