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Accommodation | Self Catering

Faire Nan Eilean Apartment

Compact apartment with garden in a quiet location beside the shore of Loch Morar.
The apartment is situated behind the main house and offers comfortable accommodation for a couple or a small family.
Enjoying a secluded position it is ideally situated for walking, fishing and enjoying the outdoors.

Faire nan Eilean is located 1.5 miles from Morar village where there is a hotel, Thai takeaway and garage.
There are restaurants, pubs, swimming pool and shops in Mallaig which is 4 miles away.
It is close to the white sandy beaches of Morar Bay and the many sandy beaches around Loch Morar. Access is availabe to a small sandy beach on the shore of Loch Morar. Fishing permits are available locally.

For further information contact us on:
enquiries@loch-morar.co.uk

Facilities

Kitchen/Dining/Lounge

Free Wi-Fi

Attic room with double bed

Shower room/toilet

Hall/storage area

Decking and seating area in garden

Parking facilities

Oven/hob fridge, TV, DVD player, CD/radio

Electric heating

Linen and towels provided

Cot bed available

Small pets permitted by arrangement. Bookings are generally Saturday to Saturday but negotiable during quiet periods.

Tariff

Available: April- October

Price: £200 - £300

Deposit: £50.

Remainder to be paid on arrival.

Directions

On the main road from Fort William (A830) take the first turning for Morar and follow directions for Bracara.
(Faire nan Eilean is exactly 2 miles from the main road and on the left hand side of the road, with a sign at the gate)

Bookings/enquiries:


Morag Fothergill

Tel: 01687 462164

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