Accommodation in the house is spacious
and comfortable. The large kitchen/dining
room is roofed with the original old beams.
There is a well-equipped modern kitchen,
with cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave,
washing machine and tumble dryer. At the
other end is the dining area, with a large
oak table seating up to six people in comfort.
One door leads through a passage to a
bathroom, with bath, shower and WC and
to the back bedroom, which has an antique
four-poster bed, Arts and Crafts furniture and
a spectacular sea view. You can lie in bed,
looking out over the waves.
The other door leads into the living room,
which has a rather medieval character. It rises to the full height of the house, with a multi-fuel stove in the
fireplace in the natural stone gable wall. A staircase leads up to the gallery,
which is a spacious open-plan area with
sea views from panoramic windows and
a balustrade overlooking the living room
below. Half of the gallery is laid out as
a generous second seating area and the
other half as a bedroom with a double
and single bed. Once again, you can lie
in bed and look out over the waves.
Off the living room is the front bedroom.
This is a large bright room, with a
window seat overlooking Loch Bay. It
contains a lovely Arts and Crafts oak
bedroom suite, c.1900, with a double and
a single bed, and has an en-suite WC and
For special occasions, champagne, flowers, and locally hand-made cake can be arranged with sufficient prior notice. Facilities at the house include three satellite TV sets, DVD player, CD player/radio/iPod dock, high chair and garden furniture. All bed linen is provided, and towels are available on request for a small charge. There is a telephone, and calls to UK land lines are free. Broadband internet access is provided free of charge.