The new built house is owned by the fourth generation of MacLeod's and gets its name from a lonely house on the shores of Lochsheil where the present owner, Joe MacLeod's Grandfather Joeseph was born in 1901.
The name 'Gasgan' is close to the heart of the MacLeod family and the same care and consideration that went into the name is obvious throughout every aspect of the house.
The house has an open plan lounge with a wood burning stove, dinning room, utility room and kitchen. The kitchen is a highly functional space with a modern fully fitted integrated kitchen including an electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer. We provide tea towels and additional towels can be hired on request. The house is heated by an Oil Central Heating system. Cots and high chairs are also available on request but please bring your own cot bedding.
The Five bedrooms are all en-suite and enjoy south facing panoramic views accross Locheil and the mountains beyond.
On the Groundfloor there is one double room and two twin rooms.
On the first floor there is a room with three beds and a family room with one double and two single beds. The first floor also has a small louge area. You can enjoy television including a selection of DVD's, books and games.
There is a large shed at the rear of the house available for wet clothes, fishing rods, canoes, ski/snowboards and bikes. Therefore catering well for the outdoor enthusiasts.