In gaelic, the word for ‘shore’, is claddach, and Claddach House – a traditional stone-built croft house nestled in the Borve valley, is aptly named.
Just walk down the garden path, cross the single track road and about 200 meters of machair grassland, and one will be at the Estate’s secluded Borve beach, with views of the Atlantic Ocean, and the ‘Castaway’ Isle of Taransay.
Claddach House is styled with a light, almost nautical design, the paneled walls giving a touch of ‘Cape Cod’ style. The solid feeling of the Hebridean croft house has been retained, but has modern fixtures and amenities throughout. Families, or couples, have plenty of space to relax, with the ground floor providing a large dining room, a fully-equipped open plan kitchen, and a sitting room for enjoying an evening fire.
Accommodating 6 people, there are 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom. One of these double bedrooms can be converted into s twin bedroom. The house has two new bathrooms (one en-suite), and a separate cloakroom and utility room.
Fully maintained as a self-catering residenceHigh end kitchen with gas and electric hobsWashing machine & tumble dryerOil fired central heating and radiators throughoutWood burning stove with fuel supplied.Towels & linens providedAdditional guests can be accommodated on bed settee, folding single bed and cot by arrangementFreeview satellite TV systemSound dockWireless internet
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