Sealladh Cuan Sgith is a newly built, self contained, self catering apartment which sleeps 4/5 and is situated just outside Castlebay in the township of Bentangaval. It is within easy reach of Castlebay which has a Co-op supermarket, grocery and general stores, post office, Royal Bank of Scotland, medical centre, library and swimming pool.This comfortable accommodation comprises of a well equipped open plan kitchen and lounge, double bedroom, bunk bedroom, shower room and entrance hall with oil central heating.This upstairs apartment is accessed by an external staircase opening onto the entrance hallway. Leading off this is the open plan kitchen and lounge area. The kitchen is fully equipped with fridge/freezer, cooker/hob, microwave and washing machine along with all other normal kitchen appliances.The living area has a large south east facing window which commands outstanding views over Bagh Beag, Maol Domhnaich and the Minch. For your entertainment there is a television, DVD player, CD & radio player. It also contains a double bed settee if required.The rear of the accommodation has two bedrooms, comprising of a double bedroom and a bunk bedroom. Both bedrooms have ample storage space. There is a hair dryer located in the double bedroom. A selection of children’s toys and books have been provided for your use.The shower room also leads off the hallway and has an electric power shower, wash hand basin, toilet and heated towel rail.All bed linen, towels and beach towels are provided.A travel cot and high chair are available on request.There is secure storage and drying facilities for kites, outdoor equipment and bikes. A decked patio area is available for your exclusive use along with outdoor table and chairs. Car parking is available but limited.Please note that arrival time is any time after 4pm and departure any time before 10am.Unfortunately we cannot accept pets and do not allow smoking.Floor plan of accommodationThe property is available year round on a weekly basis Sat-Sat—shorter stays would be considered if bookings allowed.Deposit of £50 per week is required which is non refundable and payable on acceptance of booking. The balance is payable 6 weeks before the start of your holiday. Cheques should be made payable to Nick Scott or Kay Gilbert.For all bookings or enquiries please contact:Kay Gilbert12 NaskCastlebay Isle of Barra HS9 5XN Telephone: 01871 810950Email: email@example.comHow to find usFlying from GlasgowTurn left from airport car park and continue until the Northbay junction, turn right (west side) and drive for approx 6 miles until you see the Nasg sign. Turn right and Sealladh Cuan Sgith is about half a mile along the road on the right hand side.Ferry from ObanFrom the ferry terminal turn left. Travel for one mile until you come to the sign-post for ‘Nasg’. Turn left into Nasg and Sealladh Cuan Sgith is about half a mile along the Nasg Road, on the right hand side.Ferry from EriskayFrom Ardmhor ferry turn left onto main road, at Northbay junction turn right, drive for approx 6 miles until you see the Nasg sign. Turn right and Sealladh Cuan Sgith is about half a mile along the road on the right hand side.Travelling to BarraIt really depends on how much time you have available and how much of Scotland you would like to see on your way. There are 3 main routes to Barra:-Fly from GlasgowThe flight from Glasgow to Barra takes approximately one hour, it is the quickest route. Barra Airport is the only airport in the world with scheduled flights landing on a beach so if you like flying then it is a great opportunity. The aircraft is a twin otter and the beach landing is lovely and smooth. On a clear day you will get magnificent views.For flight information visit www.flybe.comFerry from ObanTo get to Oban you can either catch a bus or train from Glasgow or drive. From Oban you catch a Caledonian MacBrayne ferry to Barra. The ferry takes you up the Sound of Mull and across the Minch to Barra passing some other islands on the way. It is a relaxing journey and a great chance to unwind and breathe in the fresh air. You will pass local fishermen at work and be able to watch the birds and if you are lucky some of our marine life too. This journey takes approximately 5 hours.For more ferry information contact www.calmac.co.ukFerry from SkyeThis is the longest way round if you are travelling from Glasgow. However, if you would like to see more of the Outer Hebrides or are on tour round the north of Scotland then this could be the route for you.This route takes you from Uig in Skye to Lochmaddy in North Uist. You can then drive or take a bus down through the Uists. There is then a ferry from Eriskay to Barra. You could do this trip in a day or take your time and soak up the Hebrides atmosphere but make sure you have plenty of time left for your stay in the Jewel of the Hebrides - Barra.