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A long and rich history
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Overlooking the picturesque Ardminish Bay and Sound of Gigha to the mainland, these two open plan cottages are ideally located to explore the fascinating Island of Gigha. Each croft affords excellent views of the Boathouse beach and the bustling yacht anchorage, which in the summer is a profusion of colour.

The crofts are ideally located to explore this wonderful little island. There are excellent beaches where the abundant bird and wildlife can be viewed in peace and quiet. A pleasant stroll down the main road of Gigha to the south takes you to Achamore Gardens - 50 acres of rare and usual plants in secluded gardens sheltered by surrounding woodland. The Gigha Hotel provides a friendly and welcoming reception when you decide not to cook. The seafood is caught locally and you can actually talk to the fishermen at the South Pier when they come in for the evening with their catches. You will also have to chance to see the seals coming in for their evening meals.

The crofts provide extremely comfortable accommodation, each sleeping four with two single beds on the upstairs gallery and a bed sofa/single bed downstairs. The kitchen provides a gas cooker, fridge, the heating is by electricity and there is a colour television. As with the other holiday cottages, a full inventory is provided.

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

2 * Self Catering

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