Sitting on the shores of the Atlantic with direct access to the beach from the back garden, Carraig is a purpose built tastefully furnished bungalow.
The house comprises a porch, hall, large lounge with patio doors onto the garden, TV/Video/DVD/Music System with MP3/radio, large kitchen diner with floor to ceiling picture window and door approximately ten feet from the shore, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine. Telephone for incoming and emergency calls only. Four bedrooms comprising two doubles with fitted wardrobes, one twin with fitted wardrobes and TV/DVD player, one large single, travel cot and highchair provided. Bed linen and towels provided. Main bathroom with basin, toilet, bath with shower over. Shower room with basin, toilet and large shower.
Weeks are normally Saturday to Saturday and prices range between £475 and £1,150 per week. Short breaks can be arranged out of season.
For more details please see our web site www.carraig.net.
Access from the back garden leads directly onto Machrihanish Bay with spectacular sunsets and a wealth of different seabirds literally on the doorstep. The first tee of the championship golf links course, Machrihanish, is approximately 150 yards walk away. Within the village there is also a pub/restaurant. There are many rewarding walks, including several beach walks directly from the house. One of which is an uninterrupted 4 mile walk to the West Port, another to the Gauldrens, a dramatic mixture of golden sands and large rocks.
The nearby town of Campbeltown offers many facilities including various sailing trips, tourist information, two supermarkets, shopping, hotels, restaurants etc. Activities within the area include golf, fishing, sea angling and pony trekking. Day trips can be taken to Gigha and Arran via the Calmac Ferry service. Open to the public on Gigha (God's Island) are the well known Achamore Gardens which support a large number of delicate, tropical plants due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. More locally the island of Davaar, famous for it's cave painting of Christ, at the mouth of Campbeltown loch can be visited on foot at low tide. Campbeltown's "mountain", Benghuillean can be climbed via various well marked routes to suit differing abilities.
|Carraig||£475 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.