Located on Persabus Farm, a working Hebridean farm, this 16th Century traditional farmhouse was recently renovated to a very high standard. The cottage combines the traditional with comfort and all modern conveniences. Persabus Cottage boasts a secluded position within one mile of the ferry terminal at Port Askaig, with unsurpassed views of the Sound of Islay and the Paps of Jura. Prices from £330 per week
Sleeps 4 - 6 persons with three bedrooms upstairs (one double, one twin and a room with bunk beds) and a large bathroom with electric shower. There is a lounge with a traditional open fireplace, a small study and downstairs toilet. The cottage is tastefully decorated and furnished, while a traditional oak staircase has a built-in gate for the safety of younger visitors.
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The large kitchen has patio doors onto a private garden and there is a utility room off the kitchen, with plenty of room for drying wet clothing or walking boots. During the winter months, the oil fired Raeburn is lit to toast your toes on after a day walking. The farmhouse kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
All linen is provided but guests are requested to bring their own towels. Full oil-fired central heating included in the price. Children and pets are welcome, however, we would ask that you keep any dogs under a degree of control.
The working sheep farm has been managed by the Fletcher family for generations. Outside the cottages there is ample parking space off a quiet single track road which leads to the village of Bunnahabhain and the distillery, one of eight on the island. There is also a pottery on the farm where the Fletcher brothers produce some of the finest handcrafted pottery in the Scottish Highlands. Prices from £330 per week