Katrine Cottage is situated on the shore of Loch Scridain with fantastic sea views looking towards the mountain summit of Ben More, Mull’s highest peak. This is an exceptional holiday cottage on the Isle of Mull, with quality furnishings and everything you need for a most comfortable and relaxing stay.
Katrine Cottage sits within a spacious garden, with a sun terrace at the front equipped with table and chairs for outdoor dining and a large lawned area. The views across the loch are fantastic and good wildlife watching awaits; remember to bring your binoculars!
Entering the cottage there is a utility area adjoining the kitchen. The kitchen is very well equipped with quality appliances and a good range of utensils. This leads to the open plan living and dining area - a fantastic space with a real wow factor owing to the sea views through the huge windows, with sliding doors opening to the terrace and lawn. This is a spacious room with wood burning stove and comfortable seating - a relaxing vantage point from which to watch Mull’s landscape and wildlife. Wireless internet access is also provided.
A spacious hallway leads to all bedrooms and bathrooms. The large double bedroom has a king sized bed, plenty of storage, a built-in wardrobe and a great view of Ben More from the window. Quality curtains, bedding and mattresses in all the bedrooms ensure a good night's sleep. The twin bedroom has two single beds and ample space and storage for belongings. The third bedroom has sea views and is equipped with bunk beds, each with LED flexi lights for reading.
There are two separate bathrooms off the main hall, both with underfloor heating. One has a large walk in shower, w.c. and basin. The other a bath, w.c. and basin.
This self catering property is located in Pennygheal in the Isle of Mull’s southwest. This little hamlet stretches along the shore of Loch Scridain where there are many pebble bays to explore among the rocky coast and woodland. There is a small village shop and post office where refreshments can be purchased.
Carsaig is a short distance from the cottage and offers excellent coastal walks, a sandy beach and dramatic cliffs. Heading westwards are the villages of Bunessan and Fionnphort. Bunessan has shops and eateries as does Fionnphort, where you can get the ferry to visit Iona.
This area of the Isle of Mull has some of the best white sandy beaches on the island. There are a wide range of habitats catering for Mull's fantastic wildlife, from the rocky peak of Ben More to wide open glens, mature woodland, rocky coast and estuary. Any point along the shore of Loch Scridain is great place to sit and watch for passing marine mammals, as well as otters and sea birds.
Living Room and Dining: A lovely bright room with wonderful views of the sea and mountains. Comfortable seating, television with freesat channels, dvd player, music system and woodburning stove.
Kitchen: Modern kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge freezer (60/40), coffee maker (Nespresso, bring your own capsules), microwave and dishwasher. Separate utility room with washing machine. Ironing board and iron.
Bedrooms: Double bedroom with king sized bed, twin room (two singles) and third bedroom with bunk beds.
Bathroom: There are two bathrooms - one with basin, w.c. and shower unit and the other has a bath, basin and w.c.
Garden: A fenced garden surrounds the property with patio to the front of the house and outdoor seating.
Garage: There is also a garage at the property which may be used for storing bikes/kayaks etc.
Heating: Oil fired central heating. Underfloor heating in the kitchen/utility and bathrooms.
Wood Burning Stove: Wood for the stove is provided for your stay.
Bed Linen and Towels: Bed linen and towels are provided for your stay.
More at this Property: Wireless internet access (slow broadband speed due to remote location). Travel cot and highchair available.
Arrival and Departure: Arrival after 4pm. Departure by 10am.