Crook Cottage dates back to the early 1900s and is a traditionally built Hebridean stone croft house.
Its name derives from the hand-crafted shepherd's crook which was recently discovered within the walls of the kitchen. Tradition has it that such charms, hidden within a building's structure, deter evil spirits from the family home. The ground floor comprises a large lounge and recently fitted open plan kitchen-diner. The lounge, with two large 3-seater sofas, is centred around an oak-framed wrought iron, open fireplace. The window seat, finished with Harris Tweed curtains, also offers beautiful views of Loch Beacravik.
TV, DVD player, WiFi and Hi-fi with a small selection of DVDs and CDs are available. The quintessential country style kitchen-diner is fitted with solid oak worktops and houses a range cooker, fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is also a large dresser with telephone and information resources. Windows to the front aspect offer stunning views across the bay.
Upstairs are two spacious double bedrooms, both with uninterrupted views across the loch. Two further, single, fold-out beds make accommodation more flexible. A travel cot is also available for infants. The bathroom houses a shower over a long and deep tub; perfect for soaking after a day's walk. There is also an electric shaving point, separate toilet, and wash-basin across the landing.
- Two double bedrooms (plus two fold-out beds and a travel cot)
- One bathroom with shower and bath
- Open plan kitchen diner
- Washing machine
- Central heating
- DVD player
- Wrought-iron open fireplace
- Window seats
- Garden to front
- Picnic table