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Sleeps - 18
Region - Highlands & Islands
Activities Beach · Boats · Entertainment · Golf · Mountain biking · Sailing · Snooker/Billiards · Swimming · Walking / Hiking
Facilities Golf course · Mobile coverage · Snooker / Billiards · Wifi
Features Children Friendly · Dogs Allowed · Self-Catered
Rental From £3,200 per week in Low Season
Traigh House sits nestled by the sea shore with stunning views of the Inner Hebrides. The beautiful white sandy beaches are only a hundred yards away.
Traigh House is a family home which is now being offered for holiday lets for selected weeks during the year. The house is situated in its own private grounds and there are approximately 500 acres of woods and hills to explore. The house also has its own private walled garden.
The house has a large reception rooms, a well-equipped kitchen, two open fires and a wood burning stove, plus excellent drying facilities in the oil-fired boiler room where you can hang up wet clothes.
Traigh Golf Course is within walking distance of the house and guests at Traigh House can benefit from a 50% discount off weekly green fees.
Traigh has an interesting history as during the early 1940s The Czech commandos used the house as an SOE training base!
Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement and at a weekly charge of £25 per dog.
LOW January, February, March, November & December £2,995 MID April, May, June, September & October £4,100 HIGH May Bank Holiday, Easter £4,450 PEAK July & August £4,850 Christmas & New Year £5,200
LOW January, February, March, November & December £3,200 MID April, May, September & October £4,650 HIGH Easter, May Bank Holiday, June £4,950 PEAK July & August £5,450 Christmas & New Year £5,950
Traigh House offers comfortable self catered accommodation for up to 18 guests. It is a comfortable family home with stunning views of the Inner Hebridean Islands. The white sandy beaches are only 100 yards from the house.
We had a super time at Traigh last week. What a wonderfully mellow house and such a beautiful spot. We were blessed with fine weather despite a dreadful forecast and enjoyed every day on the beach. Everything was so straightforward and well organised in the house. Sharp knives in the kitchen, plenty of larder/fridge/freezer space for provisions, a super fire in the drawing room for cooler evenings and comfortable beds all contrived to give a most relaxing and enjoyable week.
The Smith Family, Aberdeenshire
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Aga plus electric hobs Electric cooker in 2nd kitchen 3 fridges 3 freezers 2 dishwashers 2 washing machines Tumble Drier Central heating included Log fires (logs included) Linen & towels included TV (HD ready) ADSL broadband included Grand piano Dining Room Table – seats 14 (can seat 18 by adding another table to the end!) 3 reception rooms Private walled garden 1 x High Chair 1 x Travel Cot
One of the best things about Traigh is that there is a huge amount to do locally. – Beach (on doorstep): swimming, snorkling, beach-combing, crab/shell-collecting, picnics – Golf (on doorstep – 50% discount for weekly tickets) – Hill walking (excellent walks in almost all directions!) – Bird & wildlife watching (sea eagles, peregrines, gannets, manx shearwater, otters, pine martens, red deer… ) – Visit Mallaig, a thriving fishing port with ferries to the Skye and other Hebridean Isles – try the local fish n chips! – Kayak hire (in Arisaig) – Boat hire (on Loch Morar) – Fishing on Loch Morar (Season: 15th March to 6th October) – Deer stalking (Lochailort) – Visit fishing port / shopping (Mallaig 10 mins by car)
DAY TRIPS – Boat trip from Arisaig to Inner Hebrides (Eigg / Muck / Rum) – Boat trip to Knoydart peninsular (including the mainland’s remotest pub) – Wildlife spotting – Seafari from Mallaig (humpback/minke whales, basking shark, dolphin, seals etc) – Loch Sheil Cruises (Bird Watching, Wildlife & Historical) – Take the ‘Harry Potter’ steam train to Fort William, crossing the viaduct at Glenfinnan
I thought I should email you to let you know what a super time we had at Traigh last week. What a wonderfully mellow house and such a beautiful spot. We were blessed with fine weather despite a dreadful forecast and enjoyed every day on the beach. Everything was so straightforward and well organised in the house. Sharp knives in the kitchen, plenty of larder/fridge/freezer space for provisions, a super fire in the drawing room for cooler evenings and comfortable beds all contrived to give a most relaxing and enjoyable week. With many thanks Lorna
The Smith Family, Aberdeenshire
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