Roadmans Cottage Back
Traditional stone cottage with a phone box - think 'Local Hero' - in the township of Baugh.
The cottage is only a short walk from rocky inlets and pebble beaches and within easy reach of the sandy beach at Crossapol Bay.
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Sitting Room/Kitchen- the artist owner has made an interior that is simple, unfussy but comfortable, with open-plan layout, paintings and pottery. There is seating for 4-5 people around a wood/fuel burning stove
Double Bedroom - the main bedroom is simple but comfortable, with underfloor heating, king-size bed, storage and a desk.
Sleeping Loft - the second bedroom is a cosy sleeping loft above the sitting room, with velux windows and wonderful views. Open stair not recommended for under-8s.
Bathroom - is small but the water pressure amazing for hot baths and showers after a day on the waves or walking the beaches.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
The Broadband service is excellent; there’s an i-pod dock and collection of books and DVDs. The bus service passes the cottage, and there are grocery shops within a mile either side. There are two sit-on kayaks that guests are welcome to use at own risk. The Tiree Pottery is a few minutes’ walk away.
DIRECTIONS TO THE HOUSE
From the ferry, turn left at the first T-junction. Continue through Scarinish, passing the butcher, bank and Co-op on the right. The cottage is about a mile out of Scarinish, in the hamlet of Baugh. It sits to the left of the road, and has the red telephone box outside.
OUTSIDE SPACE AND PARKING
There is parking to the front and rear of the cottage. The back garden area of the cottage is sheltered and fenced-off , ideal for sitting out and keeping dogs and children in!
No smoking in the cottage, please. Well-behaved dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. There is a maximum of two dogs, £10 per dog per week. If you bring your 4-legged friend, please make sure you 'poop-scoop' in the garden and surrounding areas, and please keep your pet under control as there is often livestock on the surrounding machair land.
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|Post Code||DG7 2NF|