ISLE OF BARRA
Beachside Cottage
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Tràigh Tuath (North beach). Fifty yards in front of the property as seen through the upstairs window.   Situated in an ideal location for a family holiday on the island of Vatersay, this property stands literally a stone’s throw from a choice of beautiful white sandy beaches. This location would be well suited to water sports enthusiasts e.g. canoeing.  The property also boasts an excellent view of Castlebay disturbed only by the majestic sight of the ferry which enters the bay once a day to service the islands. (In fact if you arrive by ferry this property one of the first buildings you will see on the right hand side as you pass Vatersay). Details: This property is in the traditional cottage style with enclosed garden, and parking for two cars.   It sleeps 6 in four bedrooms (1 double 1 twin and 2 singles, a travel cot and pram can also be provided on request. There is also a living room, kitchen- diner, utility room and W.C. downstairs as well as a good-sized bathroom upstairs.   The property is located in Uidh, Vatersay (about 5 miles away from the main centre of Castlebay with the shops and services. From Castlebay, there are excellent bus services, which run Mon–Sat throughout the island.   See map link to Isle of Barra web site for exact location, http://www.isleofbarra.com/homecoming-barra/vatersay/a-guide-to- vatersay.html   or Google Earth   Approximately 3 miles away in the opposite direction is Vatersay village and another three stunning beaches. The property is available year round on a weekly basis Sat-Sat. Linen and towels are included. Electricity is metered by card Sorry, no pets, no smoking No phone (but mobile signal can be received at the top of the hill before you reach the property). Directions: From Castlebay ferry terminal turn left continue on the main road for about a mile till you reach a turning to your left marked Nask. Turn up here and continue up the hill, cross the causeway and turn right, ignore the turning to your left at the old post boxand follow the road on round Cornaig bay.Drive on for about two miles, turning down to your left when you reach a junction in the road, carry on, past the stone wall of the church to the end of the road and you have arrived. For more details please contact: Flory MacLeod Email: beachsidecot@aol.com
ISLE OF BARRA