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Eriskay Holiday Cottage

Self Catered

Enjoy some time out at this Eriskay Holiday Cottage  - a holiday home, sleeping 6 - 7, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. For the ideal island getaway Ben Scrien Cottage is a recently restored traditional croft house, comfortably furnished and fitted with everything you need for the perfect Hebridean Holiday.

 

The private garden offers lovely views of the island. White sandy beaches, the local shop Co Chomunn Eirisgeidh and Am Politician Bar & Restaurant are within walking distance. A short drive over the causeway takes you into South Uist or if you fancy travelling on to Barra the ferry terminal is within close proximity.

The cottage is fully furnished and consists of:

§Living room with french doors opening out on garden.

§Fully fitted kitchen also with french doors opening out on garden.

§Double bedroom with en suite facilities downstairs

§Twin room upstairs

§ Double bedroom upstairs

§Bathroom with walk in shower

§Digital/Freeview TV/DVD

§Dishwasher

§Washing machine

§Fridge Freezer

§Docking station for ipod

§Travel cot and high chair are available on request

§Bed linen and towels are provided.

§Garden Furniture

§Private driveway

§Garden front of cottage and established and enclosed garden to the rear

§Electricity and Oil heating throughout (at no additional cost)

§Pets welcome (please enquire)

§For the comfort of all guests the cottage is no smoking.

§Board games, DVDs and books are available

Balla, Isle of Eriskay, Western Isles, HS8 5JL
Tel: 01878 720214, 07855 931131
Email: stay@eriskayholidaycottage.co.uk
Web: www.eriskayholidaycottage.co.uk

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