Hazelbank Byre has been lovingly converted and rests in the western Scottish Highlands, close to the attractive village of Kilchoan.
Boasting warming, ground floor accommodation and resting in a beautifully secluded location, get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life here.
The comfortable open-plan living area at the property is perfect for kicking back and unwinding like you deserve, curl up on the snug leather sofa and enjoy the warmth of the woodburning stove while you watch a favourite DVD of yours, the exposed stonework helps to bring a real sense of charm.
A sumptuous kitchen provides a stunning contrast, while a lovely dining table completes the setup.
A delightful twin bedroom is where you will catch that much-needed rest after a day of exploring this superb location, get ready for each day in the bright and airy shower room, touched with attractive wooden furnishings.
Views of the attractive village and the beautiful Isle of Mull can be enjoyed from Hazelbank Byre.
Kilchoan's centre is not far away, a delightful village offering a shop, a pub and a restaurant as well as displaying some of the finest scenery imaginable.
From here you can explore miles of picturesque coastline, along with luscious countryside just perfect for you outdoor enthusiasts.
The village also hosts a ferry port offering trips across to the burgh of Mull, Tobermory which has a couple of interesting museums and a fine selection of amenities.
Escape to this rural bolthole with a loved one.
All ground floor. One super king-size double bedroom (zip/link, can be twin on request). Shower room with basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility.
About the location
Tobermory 7 miles (via ferry).
The pretty village of Kilchoan is the most westerly village in mainland Britain, situated on the stunning Ardnamurchan Peninsula and surrounded by magnificent mountains and breathtaking coastal views. The area close to Kilchoan offers a choice of quiet sandy beaches and an abundance of wildlife with eagles regularly spotted overhead. Until 1900 the village was only accessible by sea, but now access is via a single track road that leads through some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland. The village has good local services including a shop, pub, restaurant and community centre. From Mingary Pier there is a regular ferry service across the Sound of Mull to Tobermory which gives the opportunity to explore the islands of Mull and Iona. There are wildlife excursions on land and sea and the new Ardnamurchan Distillery and Natural History Centre are added attractions. A short drive away is Ardnamurchan Point complete with its own lighthouse and visitor centre which is well worth a visit, or perhaps you simply want to sit on the glorious Sanna Beach and enjoy the views across the clear blue sea to the islands of Muck, Eigg and Rum?