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Ballygrant Holiday Accommodation


Robolls Croft a modern house which accommodates up to five people.

Craigard Holiday Accommodation BallygrantRobolls Croft is a contemporary beautifully presented cottage with a large garden in an elevated location with magnificent views of the Paps of Jura. The cottage is located about three miles from Port Askaig, a short distance from Ballygrant village surrounded by farm land. A perfect location for touring, history, wildlife and whisky.

The cottage sleeps 5. It has a comfortable sitting room with an open fire and outlook to the Paps of Jura, a spacious dining kitchen, a master bedroom with king size bed and ensuite, a double bedroom and a further single bedroom. The cottage is equipped to the highest standard with tv, radio, hairdryer, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and all the kitchenware you will require.

Contact Details:
robollscroft@btinternet.com
+ 44 (0) 7789 272 301
www.robollscroft.com


Pets Welcome: No


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 Comments 
Stayed here for 4 nights in August and loved the apartment and it's location.Very comfortable-a good kitchen and pleasant lounge. Also liked the little coffee/craft shop. Will recommend it to potential tourists
Comment by Sylvia Myers Date: 07-10-2016

Craigard Holiday Acc. consists of 3 appartments. They are owned and run by Catriona Bell of Bridgend. The first house in Ballygrant proper, next to the village shop is the Graigard. I stayed in Air a'Bhuth. The entrance is on the back of the house. Entry is through the well appointed kitchen. You notice that it had a makeover recently. Everything is almost brandnew in the kichen. Up de stairs and you've got a bedroom, livingroom and 2 other bedrooms. The bathroom is opposite the "master" bedroom, equipped with a bath and a shower. Livingroom is equipped with a small television, but who needs a telly in Islay? On the walls some historic photo's of the Bell family, who were the butchers in Ballygrant. There a books, games, puzzles and binder full of info on Islay. Issues of the Ileach from the last 4 years where there to read. The welcome, on the Saturday I came there was fantastic. Catriona was not on the island, so her daughter Mairi was standing in. There was a loaf of bread and a fresh pint of milk in the fridge. Some tea and sugar to tide you over. I had the fortune to be on Islay in June this year and it was very sunny. It was a joy to sit in the garden, in front of the kitchen, with a book, a nice dram and the birds. The small garden is a suntrap. The house is a mere 5 minutes walk from the Ballygrant Inn, and next door to the Village shop. All I can say is that, for my first holiday on Islay, I coudn't have a better palce to stay. Ballygrant is not really not in the hub of things, but it's a very quit and relaxed.
Comment by Bob Gulien Date: 12-07-2008


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