This cosy coastal cottage invites guests to enjoy total tranquillity, a secluded setting and spellbinding hill and sea views…
Cnoc Deaghuinn is situated on the Isle of Mull’s north coast along the single track road to Croig, where there are stunning sandy beaches and fantastic views to the north and of the islands of Rum, Eigg and Skye.
The cottage is reached via a short track and sits within a large enclosed garden, which has a picnic bench for outdoor dining, where you can take in the setting. The house is very private and it is not overlooked by any other property.
Entering Cnoc Deaghuinn, it becomes immediately clear that much care and thought has gone into making this an attractive and welcoming holiday home. There is a timber porch with plenty of space to store belongings, and from here you enter the hall - a lovely space with artwork, seating, guide books and maps.
The living area is an open plan space, combining the seating area and kitchen, and benefits from lots of natural light and views to the hills. There is plenty of comfortable seating and a cosy wood stove – great for winter evenings. There are many beautiful paintings and pieces of artwork on display and the crisp colour scheme with neutral colours and accents of blue creates a calm ambience, giving the house an inviting coastal theme.
The kitchen is very well-equipped with the sort of quality cookware and knives that make preparing a meal a simple task. A raised counter creates a sense of separation from the living room, but makes sure that the ‘chef’ is never too far from the family fun! A separate dining room has a large solid oak dining table that comfortably seats six. This is a lovely room to enjoy a meal in and there is a very good selection of board games to play here too.
A double bedroom also takes pride of place on the ground floor. This is a large room with solid pine flooring, lots of storage space and lovely views towards the hills behind the house. There is a bathroom on the ground floor with w.c. basin, and bath with shower head over.
From the kitchen is a utility area with washing machine, dryer, and door to the rear garden.
A staircase leads upstairs to a bright landing area, where guests will find a further double bedroom, one twin bedroom and a bathroom. The king sized double bedroom is a beautiful room with lots of natural light, complementary furnishings and views of the countryside. The twin bedroom is another light and beautifully furnished room, with quality bedding and linen provided. The bathroom has a shower unit, basin and w.c.
Walking from Cnoc Deaghuinn, you can explore the lovely sandy bays at Croig, one mile away, or head out to the larger white sandy beach at Port na Ba (around thirty minutes' walk away). Also within five minutes’ walking distance is an excellent family run restaurant (Am Birlinn), which serves local produce and is licensed too. Dervaig, the closest village, has a well-stocked shop, village pub and restaurant, Ar Bord. The well-known Calgary beach is also just a short drive away by car.
Open Plan Living Room and Kitchen: The open plan living area has a sitting area, with comfortable sofas, a wood burning stove and lots of nice homely touches to make this a cosy space. The fitted kitchen is compact but well equipped, with electric oven, gas hob, fridge freezer (two shelves in freezer), dishwasher, cafetiere, kettle, toaster, baking equipment, hand blender and microwave. In the sitting area, there is a television (freeview channels) with Blu-ray DVD player and a selection of DVDs, CD player and radio as well as a selection of books.
Bedrooms: There is a king sized double bedroom on the ground floor. Upstairs there is another king sized double bedroom and a twin bedroom. Hairdryer provided.
Bathrooms: On the ground floor there is a bathroom with bath, hand basin and w.c. On the first floor between the twin and double bedroom is another bathroom with shower cubicle, basin and w.c.
Garden: There is a large lawned area, picnic bench, outdoor table and barbecue in the enclosed garden that surrounds the house, but is split into two separate sections to the front and rear of the property. Completely fenced with side gates (to be kept closed to stop the sheep & deer).
Heating: Electric boiler provides central heating at Cnoc Deaghuinn. Wood burning stove in the living room.
Wood Burning Stove: Starter supply of logs provided with honesty jar for extra wood.
Bed Linen and Towels: Bed linen and towels are provided.
More at this Property: There is a separate utility room just off the kitchen area where the washing machine and dryer are housed. Iron, ironing board and clothes rack provided. Travel cot and high chair available on request (please bring your own bedding for the cot). Wireless internet access with reasonable speed - usually okay for streaming videos.
Arrival and Departure: Arrival after 5pm. Departure by 10am.
Licence Number and EPC Rating: EPC Band D. Licence pending.
Maximum Occupancy: The property sleeps a maximum of six (adults and children, cot available, please bring your own bedding). Please note the number of persons occupying the accommodation must not exceed the number stated here.