Welcome to Caberfeidh Self Catering Holiday Cottage
Owners: Robin and Mary Stevenson

Caberfeidh Cottage is attached to Caberfeidh House, and is the right-hand half of the picture above, but is completely self-contained, with its own entrances and car parking. Caberfeidh House is the Stevensons' holiday home and is often unoccupied. The cottage is of traditional construction and is over 100 years old, located in Bruichladdich, the 6th house beyond the distillery, on the west shore of Loch Indaal and has uninterrupted views of the loch and the Paps of Jura.

The Cottage...
has three bedrooms, a spacious kitchen with dining table for six, a very comfortable lounge with open fire and a bathroom with a shower cabinet and heated towel rail. Bed-linen and towels are provided and electricity usage is charged at cost. There is also a morning/breakfast room, overlooking the securely walled garden and the loch.

The Kitchen...
provides electric cooking, refrigerator, freezer, automatic washing machine, dishwasher, electric kettle, toaster and micro-wave oven plus cookware, crockery and cutlery. There is a large farmhouse table with six chairs and a high-chair if required.

The Lounge...
is comfortably furnished with sofas, coffee table, colour television, radio and DVD, and has an open fire (supply of fuel included). There is free wireless internet access with broadband.

The Bedrooms...
there are two ground floor bedrooms, one with a double bed, the other, smaller room with a single bed. Both bedrooms have good clothing storage, hanging or flat. There is a third attic bedroom with a slightly low ceiling. This once served as servants' quarters and has two full-size, comfortable single wall beds and is fun to sleep in, especially for children. There is a cot (a portable cot is also available).

Private parking...
is next to the cottage, off the road, and there is a large shed with lockup facilities for bicycles and table tennis for wet days. There is a small shop/delicatessen and post office in Bruichladdich (5 minutes walk). There are good restaurants and pubs at Port Charlotte, a little over a mile away.

Booking/Cost...
is normally weekly from Saturday to Saturday with entry after 2 pm via the backdoor - keys on the kitchen table. The cottage must be vacated by 10 am on the following Saturday. Shorter breaks are available out of season. Dogs are welcome if restricted to the kitchen area. Weekly cost varies from £350 to £475 (high season).
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