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Creagan cottage sits on the footprint of the original Heanish croft house (shown above). It was renovated in 2013 by the award winning architects Roots Architecture. While the cottage retains some of the walls of the original croft house, it has been extensively rebuilt and beautifully enhanced with floor to ceiling windows, patio doors and a south facing timber deck. The Velux windows on the upper floor provide a bright airy feel within the bedrooms, stair well and downstairs hall. The property has ample parking, grassed areas and external covered storage.
The cottage overlooks the sea towards Mull and Jura. it is easily accessed being just one mile from the ferry terminal and three miles from the airport. Crossapol is the nearest beach, about half a mile away to the west. The Co-
Within the cottage, the open plan layout has fantastic views to the south, and east of the island. The kitchen is fully fitted with an oven, ceramic hob, microwave and built in fridge-
The lounge has a wall mounted TV which offers free to view channels. It has a free HDMI slot for guests to connect their own wireless internet devices. A DVD/Blue ray disk player is also available. WiFi is available at the cottage to which guests will have access. The internet connection enjoys speeds up to 10Mb/sec, depending on island wide demand, and usually streams well.
The cottage is heated by an external air source heat pump which provides cosy under floor heating downstairs. Radiators (which are not often required) are present on the upper floor.
A utility room is located off the hall which has a washing machine, tumble dryer and hot water tank with immersion heater boost if required. The room is ideal for drying wet clothes.
A small storage cupboard under the stairs provides ample space for coats and bags etc.
Garden furniture and a BBQ are also available
The spacious fully tiled bathroom with heated floor, has a free-
The king size master bedroom and twin second bedroom both have built in wardrobes. The Velux windows have fitted blackout blinds for use during the long summer evenings. During the shorter days these windows afford the opportunity to enjoy Tiree’s ‘dark skies’ and spectacular celestial views.