Shellach is a detached cottage with off road parking. There is a small stream running beside it and it has views over the Loch to the hills opposite. It is situated approximately a quarter of a mile outside of the main village.
The Cottage has been well modernised yet retains its traditional character. The accommodation is on two floors. Downstairs the living room has a Victorian tiled fireplace, TV and Video,a DVD player, and two two-seater sofas and a chairs, in the cottage style plus occasional tables etc.
The dining room has a wood burning stove, a pine table and chairs, a selection of books and games and a radio/CD player.
The Kitchen is very well equipped, with an electric cooker, which has four hot plates, grill and oven, a microwave oven, automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a small fridge with freezer compartment, and a good supply of crockery and utensils. A kitchen towel, tea towel and dishcloth are provided.
The bathroom is also downstairs, with an electric shower into the bath, a wc and a wash hand basin, a bath towel and a hand towel per person are provided.
The bedrooms are upstairs and consist of a double room, and a twin room. The bedrooms are well furnished with electric blankets and all bed linen is included.
An oil boiler in the kitchen controls the hot water and central heating on the ground floor with electric radiators on the first floor, oil and electricity are included in the rent. The cottage is double-glazed to the front. You are welcome to bring your pet but there is a £10 charge.
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