This pretty stone cottage in Port Appin sleeps up to four people in one bedroom and would be ideal for a couple, who are sure to love the character of their holiday home, who simply want to enjoy the magnificence of the area from a welcoming base. Tign Na Drochaid is a detached stone cottage in the coastal village of Port Appin. The cottage has a large double bedroom with woodburner, comfy chairs and an en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom. There is a well-equipped fitted kitchen, a bright dining room that doubles up as a second bedroom and comfortable sitting room with open fire but no TV - wonderfully peaceful. Outside is off road parking for two cars, a spacious front garden with white picket fence, and a rear garden with pretty little burn running through it, there is also furniture and a BBQ. Tigh Na Drochaid is well placed for the village amenities and the walking and cycling of the coastline and countryside.