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Your Family Dog is welcome too

Your Family Dog is welcome too

We understand that your dog is a member of the family so they are welcome to come on holiday with you too. Hill Cottage has a large fenced and gated garden from where they can survey the surrounding sea & hills. Outside of this please keep your dog on a lead as there are...

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WIFI

WIFI

NEW for 2016 SEASON Satellite Broadband Installed As of this season we are delighted to be able to offer free,limited.WIFI to all our guests.Satellite broadband is fractionally slower then you may be used to but just as good for keeping in touch while you're away.Excellent for emailing,FB etc but not suitable for games or...

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Handa Island

Handa Island

Visit Handa Island Handa Island Wildlife reserve is a stunning place to visit and a great day trip.(NB dogs are not allowed on Handa due to nesting birds.) Guests staying at HIll Cottage only have to walk a mile to Tarbet to get the seasonal ferry over to Handa where you land on...

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Sandwood Bay

Sandwood Bay

Sandwood Bay is a natural bay in Sutherland, on the far north-west coast of mainland Scotland. It is best known for its mile-long beach and Am Buachaille, a sea stack, and lies about 5 miles south of Cape Wrath. Behind the bay's large dunes, stretches Sandwood Loch - a freshwater loch full...

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