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Ardailly House

Twin Bedroom

Kitchen

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Ardailly House - book now

Once you leave the ferry head towards the north of the island, travelling past the nine hole golf course onto an estate road at Druimyeon More Farm which takes you towards the west coast and our remotest holiday house, Ardailly. The house stands just 700 yards from the shoreline and offers unrivalled views of the islands of Islay and Jura. For peace, tranquillity, an abundance of wild and birdlife and a completely stress free environment, this really is the place to stay. Imagine relaxing in front of a roaring log fire, sipping your favourite wine or malt whisky and watching the local fishing boats catching the dish of the day at the nearby Gigha Hotel, and seals and otters playing in the Atlantic Ocean. The sunsets over Jura are quite spectacular and make the ideal setting for a bar-be-que.

This extremely comfortable house sleeps five and has a full inventory. There are two bedrooms upstairs one with twin beds, and one with a double and a single. There is electric heating throughout, and the kitchen contains an electric cooker, fridge freezer and microwave. This is the perfect place to forget your everyday worries and just unwind in stunning surroundings.  Sorry, no smokers, no pets and no under 5's.

Access to cottages is after 4pm on day of arrival. Please collect you keys from the hotel

2 * Self Catering

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