Cosy and comfortable, this little cottage nestles in a quiet charming township, in a lovely landscape close to the sea. Surrounded by open countryside, it has its own sitting-out area by a little burn. The island is rich in wild flowers, abundant wildlife, historic buildings and ruins including a broch, Viking Castle, Bishops’ Palace and former Cathedral of the Isles. This rural location is perfect for walking, cycling, loch and sea fishing. Besides its own well-stocked island shop/P.O., restaurants and shops can be found in Port Appin (a 5-minute passenger ferry trip), which also gives easy access to riding at Lettershuna, sailing at Linnhe Marina and the new golf course at Ballachulish. Shop/P.O. 5 miles.
Entrance hall/cloakroom. Small living/dining room with antiques. Small modern fitted kitchen. Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe. Bathroom with toilet.
- Elec, NSH, bed linen and towels inc
- Payphone (100 yds)
- Sitting-out area with furniture
- Spring water from private well
- No smoking
- No children
- NB: Sitting-out area borders a burn
Customer Reviews of Tigh An Uillt, Isle of Lismore - Sleeps 2
1st comment: Clean, tidy, everything we needed was there. Sept 2010.
2nd comment: Homely, quaint and nostalgic cottage in very scenic surroundings. Aug 2010.
3rd comment: Very comfortable, good location on the island. The accommodation is excellent for two people and is situated in a small hamlet on the island. From the cottage, it is possible to do numerous walks, which take you to ruined castles and ancient earthworks. July 2009.