Location: 1 mile from sea - 2 miles from Salen to the shops - outlook onto fields and garden
Garden: Unfenced garden & private parking - shared fenced play area for children
Heating: Electric focal point fire - electricity by £1 meter to cover all electric within chalet i.e appliances, heating and lighting.
Kitchen: Electric cooker - under counter fridge with ice box - dishwasher - microwave - toaster - electric kettle
Lounge: Sky TV - DVD - CD player - free Wifi in laundry room
Bedrooms: 1 x king - 1 x twin
Bathrooms: 1 x bathroom with shower
Additional Information: Stoar can be booked along with Corrie Doon next door by two families, both chalets are the same - the shared laundry has 2 washing machines, industrial tumble drier and freezer - linen provided (feather duvets and pillows) - towels provided ** - cot & highchair available - 2 dogs allowed £15 per dog per week
PLEASE NOTE DUE TO THE COVID SITUATION YOU WILL BE ASKED TO PROVIDE YOUR OWN LINEN AND TOWELS AND T- TOWELS - ENTRY TIMES ARE NOW FROM 5.30 AND DEPART BY 9AM
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17th August 2019 Joe Little
This is excellent value for money if you want a small remote cabin with all family comforts. Easy accessible to all tourist spots on the island.
10th August 2019 Alison Strong, Penrith
For anyone who loves beautiful scenery and amazing wildlife, this lodge is in the perfect location. To see both sea eagles and golden eagles from the lodge was amazing and both red and fallow deer on your doorstep. The bed and sofas were so comfortable, no expense was spared when they fitted it out. Loch Na Keal is one of the most beautiful views in the Hebrides and it's five minutes to the loch, Mull is the quiet tranquil place to escape from the hassle of life and Salen is the perfect position to discover the whole of mull including Iona.It was a dream of a holiday.
31st May 2019 Trevor Jamson
we had a fantastic time again this year on mull and stoar is a great place to stay as is the location,everything from booking to service is so good.
The only problem is we never want to leave and the urge to return is on my mind for the rest of the year.