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Blackpark Croft

Argyll, the Isles, Stirlingshire, Islay
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Mr and Mrs A MacLugash
Isle of Islay
PA44 7PL

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01496 810376

Property Description

Gleann an Airidh Cottage is a beautiful detached cottage on Blackpark working croft providing high quality self-catering accommodation for family groups or individuals. It is exceptionally well appointed and has a wonderfully presented interior. Blackpark Croft is a working croft situated on the Gruinart road between Bridgend and Port Charlotte. Only a 10 minute walk from a beautiful, sandy beach which is ideal for children, and near Loch Gruinart Nature Reserve

Islay offers you a very warm welcome with numerous opportunities to encounter wildlife in its peaceful, beautiful Hebridean landscape. There are nine whisky distillery visitor centres and plenty of cultural activities to enjoy. Come and have an enjoyable and memorable experience whatever your age or interests!

  Sleeps 8

Cot Available Cot Available
Shower Shower
Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
Disabled Access Disabled Access
Detached Property Detached Property
Winter Short Breaks Winter Short Breaks
Dish Washer Dish Washer
Parking Or Garage Parking Or Garage
Eating Out Within Two Miles Eating Out Within Two Miles
No Smoking No Smoking
Cyclists Welcome Cyclists Welcome
Bath Bath
Enclosed Garden Enclosed Garden
Golf Course Golf Course
Pets Welcome Pets Welcome
Walkers Walkers

Property Location

Blackpark Croft, Argyll, the Isles, Stirlingshire
PA44 7PL, Islay

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Islay is the most southerly island of the Inner Hebrides known as The Queen of the Hebrides with a population of approximately 3500, boasting an abundance of interesting flora & fauna. In particular, Islay is well known for its birdlife with well over one hundred species frequenting its shores, and also its beautiful sunsets.

The climate on Islay is mild, being warmed by the Gulf Stream and in the Summer the many golden unspoilt beaches are very inviting. The famous Islay sunsets can be particularly spectacular!!

A visit to Islay would not be complete without a visit to one of the eight working world famous distilleries. Daily tours are available and both Ardbeg and Kilchoman have lovely cafes where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch or coffee often accompanied by a local dram.

Golf is well catered for on Islay at the Machrie. It is a challenging 18 hole championship links course which is ranked among the top 100 courses in the UK.

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