Croft House Bracorina
Croft House Bracorina is a newly-refurbished, traditional croft house nestled away in a secluded spot on the beautiful shores of Loch Morar; boasting uninterrupted views over the dramatic landscape unique to the Highlands of Scotland. This cosy home is in an excellent location for exploring the nearby villages of Morar, Arisaig and Mallaig which are all within a 15 minute drive of the property.
The house has been lovingly restored with original croft house features, including a wood-burning stove and an open fireplace. Croft House Bracorina is set in the idyllic crofting township of Bracara on the west coast of Scotland.
Whether you are looking for a holiday home for rest and relaxation; seeking a base to explore the rugged Highland landscape; or want to find a beautiful place to spend quality family time, then Croft House Bracorina is the place for you.
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Croft House has been fully refurbished to a high standard throughout and features three bedrooms, sleeping up to seven guests.
On the ground floor, the large dining kitchen features a wood burning stove and patio doors opening out onto the south facing garden. There is a spacious living room with open fire making a relaxing reception area and a downstairs washroom with bathtub. Attached at the rear is the utility room complete with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Upstairs on the first floor there is a spacious master bedroom with kingsize bed and breathtaking views over Loch Morar; a second double bedroom with views over the loch; and a third bedroom with bunk beds (double on bottom, single on top). There is also a washroom with walk-in shower.
(sleeps up to 7)
Fully equipped dining kitchen
& tumble dryer
Bed linen & towels included
Bathroom & separate shower room
THINGS TO DO
Isle of Skye
Direct ferry links from Mallaig across to the beautiful Isle of Skye. A day trip to Armadale Castle or Portree.
Scenic walks starting as soon as you step out the front door - how far you explore is up to you
The Silver Sands of Morar are closeby - white sands and crystal clear waters with views out to the Small Isles
A short drive takes you to the famous railway bridge featured in Harry Potter - you might even catch the steam train passing by
The Small Isles
A ferry trip will take you on a round trip to see the islands of Eigg, Rùm and Muck
With Loch Morar on your doorstep you can head down to catch yourself fresh salmon and trout
Low season: £650 per week*
Mid season: £750 per week*
High season: £950 per week*
Short lets (3 night minimum): £150 per night*
Terms and Conditions:
*Low season runs from mid-October to mid-March but excludes Christmas and New Year. Mid season runs from mid-March to mid-June. High season runs from mid-June to mid-October. Lets are on a weekly basis apart from short lets which are not available during High season. Christmas and New Year lets are available at a cost of £1100 per week with weekly lets only.