This traditional wooden chalet sleeps 2 (+2), being garden fronted with a lawn and shrubs, and faces out on spectacular views to sea and the islands of Shuna, Scarba and Jura.
Living accommodation is comprised of open plan kitchen and sitting room with large sofa (converts to double bed), two easy chairs plus a dining table positioned to give full advantage of the view from the large picture window.
The kitchen area contains ceramic hob, double oven, refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee machine, toaster, washing machine and tumble dryer plus extensive range of crockery, cutlery and utensils.
The separate bedroom contains twin beds (one small double, the other single) and the shower room has a hand wash basin, toilet and shaver point. Electricity is charged for separately at cost (by meter reading).
For your convenience, free wireless internet (WiFi) is available. TV, video and stereo CD player are provided and a selection of CDs and videos are available upon request.
Arduaine, meaning the green point or promontory, has come to be generally pronounced as Ar-doo-a-nie, although Gaelic scholars regularly disagree! Arduaine's originator pronounced it simply Ar-duan.