Ceol na Mara, Ardnamurchan

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Ceol na Mara, meaning ‘Sound of the Sea’ in Gaelic,  is a comfortable bungalow in the tiny village of Branault, on the north coast of the Ardnamurchan peninsula. The spacious, homely living room has an open fire and floor to ceiling French windows, leading out onto a decking area with table and chairs and a large garden. The perfect spot for an evening drink while admiring beautiful sea views out to the Small Isles and the Cuillins of Skye. Just a short walk away are the lovely, sandy beaches of Kilmory and five miles to the south is the village of Kilchoan, where there is a shop, pub and ferry to the Isle of Mull. The area provides plenty of opportunities for wildlife watching and exploration of the dramatic and rugged coastline.

Please Note: Ceol na Mara is at the end of a shared road, the first part of the road needs to be driven with care and is not suitable for cars with a low chassis.

On one level:  Small porch, large kitchen/dining area and living room with open fire. One double bedroom, one twin bedroom, two single bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, toilet and washbasin. Garden: Large garden and wooden decking area with seating to enjoy amazing views out to the Small Isles.

Distances to Local Attractions

5.7 mi Kilchoan Crafts & Cafe – WiFi

6 mi Kilchoan Hotel – WiFi

6.3 mi Ferry Stores – local shop and fuel

5.9 mi Play Park and Kilchoan Community Centre- WiFi, Tearoom,Tourist Information,  GP Surgery

6.2 mi  Kilchoan Pier Ferry to Tobermory

6.5 mi Community Garden – selling fresh local produce

11 mi  Sanna Beach

12 mi  Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, Cafe

Plan of Ceol Na Mara (not to scale)

On one level:  Small porch, large kitchen/dining area and living room with open fire. One double bedroom, one twin bedroom, two single bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, toilet and washbasin.
Garden: Large garden and wooden decking area with seating to enjoy amazing views out to the Small Isles.

Plan of Borve House Ardnamurchan


Saturday Arrival

  • Flexible out of season

Spectacular Sea Views

Dogs Welcome

Private Water Supply

Electricity Inclusive

Optional Linen and Towel Hire

Sleeps 6

  • One double bedroom
  • One twin bedroom
  • Two single bedrooms

Bathroom

  • Bath and WC

Living Room

  • Open fire
  • Sky TV, DVD, CD, Radio

Kitchen Diner

  • Electric cooker
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Freezer

Utilities

  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hair dryer
  • Pay phone

Outside

  • Front decking with table and chairs

Check in time:16.00 – Check out time:10.00

Arrivals: High Season – Saturday, Low Season – Flexible Arrival Dates and Short Lets

Optional Linen and Towel Hire: £15 Double £10 Single. Please order when making your booking. If you wish to bring your own linen, the double bed needs a double duvet cover, along with your own undersheet and pillow cases.

Tea towels, kitchen hand towel and bath mats provided.

Dogs: £20 per Dog – Maximum of 2 Dogs

Open Fire: Fuel and firelighters are provided for your first night, more can be purchased at the Kilchoan shop.

Private water supply:  Water can be discoloured at times although it is safe to drink. Scottish Water test this annually, however we would advise boiling the water before consumption. Alternatively bottles of water can be purchased from the local shop in Kilchoan or pick some up en route.

Parking for 2 or more cars.

How to get to Ceol na Mara – PH36 4LL  After you pass Ben Hiant and Loch Mudle turn right at the junction, signposted Kilmory and Ockle. At the bottom of the hill, fork right at the junction, also signposted Kilmory and Ockle. Cross the burn and take the next right after Branault Cottage. Go over the cattle grid, past the Steading Holidays sign, and travel up the road to the last house. Ceol na Mara is at the end of a shared road.

How to get to Kilchoan – here

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“We were two couples and we were greatly impressed with the standard and comfort of Ardvaig. The house was spacious and the living room was the highlight with extensive views across the ocean and the surrounding area. The fact that there were two bathrooms was appreciated and the kitchen was well equipped.”

“We were two couples and we were greatly impressed with the standard and comfort of Ardvaig. The house was spacious and the living room was the highlight with extensive views across the ocean and the surrounding area. The fact that there were two bathrooms was appreciated and the kitchen was well equipped.”

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