What makes the croft house so special?

The House on the Point has been carefully renovated to ensure it retains all of its traditional character. Originally built as a blackhouse, the croft house still retains more than enough of it's original origins. Low doorways, v-lined ceilings and walls have been.

The property is centrally heated by an oil-fired Combi-boiler, which is capable of heating all the rooms quickly, even in the most adverse weather.

There is also a real log fire in the sitting room.

What facilities does it have?

The cosy sitting room has two double settees, occasional tables and colour TV. The kitchen is fully equipped to cater for all your needs. It has modern units, an electric cooker and hob, refrigerator, microwave, toaster and electric kettle.

The bathroom contains a WC, washbasin and thermostatically controlled shower.

The steep traditional croft house staircase may be unsuitable for young children and anyone with mobility problems.

How many does it sleep?

The original traditional steep and narrow staircase leads up to a landing with two fitted wardrobes. Four sleep in comfort, with two bedrooms off the landing, one having a double bed and the other twin beds.

The original roof-light windows in both bedrooms and the landing look out over the water and provide excellent opportunities for our guests with binoculars and zoom cameras.