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Sleeps - 16
Region - Southern Scotland
Sporting Salmon Fishing · Shooting · Stalking · Trout Fishing
Activities Beach · Golf · Snooker/Billiards · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Golf course · Mobile coverage · Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Fully Catered
Carskiey House is in an enviable position overlooking the sea and forms part of the private 7,500 acre Carskiey Estate. It takes in nine and a half miles of breathtaking coastline, including the famous Mull of Kintyre peninsular on the west coast of Scotland.
Carskiey has been lovingly restored over the last few years by the previous owner or Farrow & Ball and now provides luxurious and stylish accommodation for up to sixteen guests. The rental of Carskiey House is on a full board basis, it includes a housekeeper, cook and an assistant but excludes beverages.
If you want an escape then Carskiey is the place and it is an ideal venue for a special birthday celebration or a large family gathering. The estate offers woodcock shooting, stalking, sea-fishing and there are three golf courses in the area. If you are after more leisurely activities you can occupy yourself playing billiards, croquet or simply reading in the upstairs library.
Just a 5 minute walk from the main house is Shore Cottage (sleeps 4), a perfect and private beach retreat with wonderful views overlooking Carskiey Bay and over to across to the isles of Sanda, Aisla Craig and Ireland. Seal and dolphin spotting are common.
For the golf enthusiast there are four golf courses on your doorstep including the famous Machrihanish Golf Club, the Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club, Dunaverty and Carradale.
Easy to reach – there are two daily direct flights from Glasgow to Campbeltown, alternatively make the stunning coastal drive down the Mull of Kintyre. Campbeltown Airport is just 20 minutes from Carskiey and has regular flights (30 mins duration) to Glasgow International Airport with connections to London City Airport.
A total of up to 20 guests can be accommodated at Carskiey: 16 in the Main House and 4 in Shore Cottage.
No dogs allowed.
Carskiey is a magnificent house situated in a wonderful and unique position on the Mull of Kintyre, with superb sea views and a private beach. The perfect house for a large family gathering or a special celebration.
Guest Bedrooms – sleeping 16
First Floor 3 x double bedrooms 3 bathrooms
Family Wing 1 x double bedroom with separate dressing room (with single bed) and en suite shower room 1 x double bedroom 1 bathroom
Top floor 2 x double bedrooms 1 x twin bedroom 2 bathrooms
Kitchen Wing – available only for staff accommodation 1 twin bedroom 1 double bedroom 2 single bedrooms 1 bathroom
Dining Room The dining room table at Carskiey can seat 16 guests comfortably.
Shore Cottage – sleeps 4 Newly renovated cottage nestling on the shore with wonderful views over to Sanda, Ailsa Craig and Ireland. 2 large double en suite bedrooms with zip and link beds. Shore Cottage is available to let separately, or in conjunction with the main house, at an additional cost.
Carskiey house has two electric chair stair lifts and a large disability shower room.
Disability dogs welcome throughout Carskiey. Working dogs to be kennelled outside the house only by prior arrangement.
Shooting Good woodcock and hare shooting and the possible opportunity for some sika and roe.
Carskiey even has its own wild goats, but they aren’t for shooting! However always good to go and try and spot them …
There is also a clay pigeon trap.
Fishing Good sea fishing. Sea trout and salmon fishing at the mouth of the Breackerie Water. Carskiey owns over 9 miles of coast line so plenty of spots to choose from.
Golf There are three great links golf courses within a 20 minute drive of Carskiey: Machrihanish Golf Club www.machgolf.com Machrihanish Dunes www.machrihanishdunes.com Dunaverty Golf Club www.dunavertygolfclub.com
Also within one hours drive: Carradale Golf Club www.carradalegolf.com Tarbert Golf Club www.tarbertgolfclub.org.uk
Archaelogical There are nine registered archeological sites on Carskiey , including a spectacular, prehistoric, clifftop fort with three lines of fortification. Accessible on foot.
Bird watching There is a remarkable diversity of birds on Carskiey, both land and sea. Almost every bird of prey is viewable and Carskiey has two registered Golden Eagle nests.
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