Sea Croft self catering: Scotland holiday cottages - Melvaig by GairlochRAASAY & RONA
Melvaig,
Gairloch,
Wester Ross

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Sleeps 4 +cot.
Well behaved pets welcome.
WiFi.

Tourist Board: 4 Star.


Prices £225 - £465 pw.


For further details please contact:

Frank and Dianne Buckley
An Caorann, Melvaig, Gairloch, Ross-shire IV21 2EA
Tel or Fax: 01445 771225


Designated National Scenic Area

One of the prime areas in the UK for whales and other marine mammals and a superb location for the Northern Lights.

Two newly-built detached bungalows with every comfort and convenience, set in a stunning location 80 yards from the seashore with private beach access. Located in the traditional crofting village of Melvaig, near Gairloch. The houses overlook the sea, with  panoramic views of Skye, Harris and Lewis. Explore the rugged coastline with its coves, caves and secluded beaches, a haven for nesting birds, otters, whales, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks. Summer evenings offer breathtaking sunsets.
The Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve and the Torridon Mountains are nearby.

Accommodation  
  • Exceptionally well-furnished and equipped to a high standard, with all the comforts of home Accommodates up to 4 plus baby.
  • Front vestibule and hall.
  • Spacious double bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
  • Second bedroom with twin beds and fitted wardrobes.
  • Well-fitted bathroom with bath, w.c. and separate walk-in shower.
  • The large, beautifully furnished L-shaped lounge/dining room has freeview satellite TV, DVD player, and stereo/radio/cassette/CD player.
  • WiFi provided.
  • Fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washer, tumble dryer, fridge, freezer, microwave etc.
  • Rear porch with hanging space.
Enclosed garden, leading on to field and walk down to the shore. Parking for 2 cars by the house.

Melvaig has a cafe bar/restaurant open 6 days and evenings. Slipway for boat launching. The area's attractions include whale-watching and marine trips, visits to the puffin colonies on the Shiant islands, sea eagles, salmon, sea trout, brown trout, pike and sea fishing: bird-watching, falconry courses, golf course and pony trekking. Also boat trips on Loch Maree to view Viking graves, bike hire, deer stalking and deer museum, guided hill walks, guided climbing and sea-kayaking trips, plus the world famous Inverewe Gardens, to name but a few. Swimming pool, Shops, Post office, garage and other services approx. 20 mins away.

Short bargain breaks, November to March.
 



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 RAASAY & RONA
Melvaig,
Gairloch,
Wester Ross

__________________

Sleeps 4 +cot.
Well behaved pets welcome.
WiFi.

Tourist Board: 4 Star.
★★★★

Prices £225 - £465 pw.

For further details please contact:

Frank and Dianne Buckley
An Caorann, Melvaig, Gairloch, Ross-shire IV21 2EA
Tel or Fax: 01445 771225
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Designated National Scenic Area

One of the prime areas in the UK for whales and other marine mammals and a superb location for the Northern Lights.

Two newly-built detached bungalows with every comfort and convenience, set in a stunning location 80 yards from the seashore with private beach access. Located in the traditional crofting village of Melvaig, near Gairloch. The houses overlook the sea, with  panoramic views of Skye, Harris and Lewis. Explore the rugged coastline with its coves, caves and secluded beaches, a haven for nesting birds, otters, whales, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks. Summer evenings offer breathtaking sunsets.
The Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve and the Torridon Mountains are nearby.

Accommodation   Enclosed garden, leading on to field and walk down to the shore. Parking for 2 cars by the house.

Melvaig has a cafe bar/restaurant open 6 days and evenings. Slipway for boat launching. The area's attractions include whale-watching and marine trips, visits to the puffin colonies on the Shiant islands, sea eagles, salmon, sea trout, brown trout, pike and sea fishing: bird-watching, falconry courses, golf course and pony trekking. Also boat trips on Loch Maree to view Viking graves, bike hire, deer stalking and deer museum, guided hill walks, guided climbing and sea-kayaking trips, plus the world famous Inverewe Gardens, to name but a few. Swimming pool, Shops, Post office, garage and other services approx. 20 mins away.

Short bargain breaks, November to March.
 



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