Taigh Eilidh is a new build luxury self catering property situated in an incredible location above the lovely harbour at Port of Ness Isle of Lewis.
Ness is located at the very north tip of Lewis and has dramatic coastlines and beautiful beaches. The house has two bedrooms, (one king size en suite) and an open plan lounge/kitchen. The main feature of the property is the outstanding views of the beach and pier at Port of Ness. The house has wonderful views from the huge patio windows and from the bedrooms.
Price Per Week : £700.00
Taigh Eilidh is a newly built property that is has recently been completed to the highest of standards by owners Dolina and Noman MacDonald.
Taigh Eilidh is situated above the Harbour at Port of Ness and affords some of the best views on the island which can be enjoyed from the comfort of a luxury house with all the amenities of home.
The township of Ness is made up of a number of villages and it covers a vast area. There are many amenities in the local area; two shops, a restaurant and a tearoom, petrol station, garage as well as the Community Sports Centre and a small swimming pool.
The accommodation at Taigh Eilidh comprises of:-
Kitchen - the kitchen is fully fitted with an oven, hob and extractor as well as a fridge freezer, and dishwasher. All the necessary dishes, cutlery, pots, pans and utensils are provided to allow for all cooking and dining requirements.
There is a washing machine and dryer in the utility room that is located just inside the back door.
Open plan living/dining room - the living room is spacious and has a vaulted ceiling and two patio doors that open onto a deck. There are two leather couches and a multi fuel / peat stove with a feature chimney which will provide a cosy atmosphere year round but especially if you decide to visit in the winter season. A 32" flat screen TV with Freeview is provided along with a DVD Player and a Hi Fi System. There is also a Wi available along with a number of games.
The dining area has a large dining table that seats four comfortably but also extends to allow for six if required.
Master bedroom - the master bedroom has a king size bed, a walk in wardrobe with ample hanging space and an ensuite shower room as well as stunning views. The ensuite shower room has a large luxury walk in shower, heated towel rail and shaver socket.
Second bedroom - the second bedroom has two single beds, a large built in wardrobe and wonderful views from the two windows.
Main bathroom - the main bathroom has a large bath with a waterfall tap and a shower above. It also has a heated towel rail.
The house is heated by under floor heating and has wood floors throughout.
Electricity is included in the price as is all linen and towels, no need to bring anything but your food.
The area is ideal for walking as there are spectacular cliff and shore routes. Ness is also ideal for cycling as it is very flat. Bird life is prolific in the Ness area with a vast array of different types of birds all year round making it a haven for bird watching enthusiasts.
Enjoy the Western Isles at its best from the comfortable and luxurious base of Taigh Eilidh.
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