Peaceful, cosy cottage with loft conversion, located at the south-west foot of Beinn Scrien on the stunning island of Eriskay. The house has an enclosed outdoor space with large front decking area offering barbecue and outdoor seating. The ground level has living area with 2 large sofa beds, 1 double bedroom, bathroom and bright kitchen/dining area; the loft conversion has 2 double bedrooms with 2 desks/working areas.
This is a wonderful, cosy fully renovated traditional croft house. All mod cons and lots of room for the family. The 3 foot original window sills alone are reason to visit!
The space downstairs has a light, airy kitchen diner and a cosy living room with lots of space on the sofas to relax after exploring the Hebridean countryside. Both sofas are also sofa beds with separate bedding. There is a large double bedroom downstairs with lots of storage and a travel cot for wee ones.
There is a carpenter built wooden staircase which is quite steep and only for older children and fully able bodied adults. 2 lovely double bedrooms are upstairs along with 2 separate desks and working spaces.
The bathroom has an electric power shower and bath and plenty toiletries so you can pack light.
Access to the full house.
Fully fitted kitchen, help yourself to anything you find in the kitchen cupboards as we have staples there for you to use.
Washing machine and lots of fresh air and an outside dryer!
Electric power shower and bathroom towels.
Beach towels and picnic blankets along with camping chairs.
Large smoker and BBQ
2 x mountain bikes for your use
Yoga mats for the decking!
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If you're there then we won't be! This is our home whenever we can be there but you are most welcome to make it your own during your stay. You can contact me with any questions at any time and we also have local support who can be on hand to give you any advice or help you may need.
This home is literally a dream come true for me and my family. My dad Ian grew up on the island of Eriskay and we returned for our annual pilgrimage in the summer every year, dreaming of the day we would have a home here of our own. Ian and I bought this house in 2013 and we had several very happy years here together before he died in April 2016. He left happy knowing we had a home again in the place we call our own island paradise. It's affectionately known as The Harbour Bar as Ian loved a party and many times people have trekked up here slightly worse for wear from the local pub The Politician. It's our home and we love it, but as we can't be here all the time to appreciate it we'd love you to share it with us and experience your own slice of Hebridean paradise.
We love our home and we hope you do too.
We are pretty relaxed about house rules but request that you respect our home and leave it more or less as you find it.
If you have any accidents or breakages just let us know so there are no surprises
Happy, relaxed, easy going girl who loves to travel for both work and play.