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Coig Deug

Roag, North West Skye

Coig Deug, Roag is a light and bright holiday cottage overlooking Loch Vatten and with views of the Cuillins mountains in the distance. Roag is a small crofting township just 5 mins drive from Dunvegan where you will find local shops, petrol station and restaurants and cafe's. In the local area, Neist Point, the Coral Beach and MacLeods Tables all make great sunny destinations for those looking for a walk. If the weather is not so good, Dunvegan Castle, Colbost Folk Museum and Giant MacAskill Museum are also all nearby and perfect for rainy days!

Coig Deug is entered via the covered front door into the hallway. There is a cupboard for leaving coats and jackets, and there is a shower room with W.C. and wash hand basin for all guests to use.

The hall leads into the bright lounge where large windows and patio doors bring the rolling landscapes inside. In the other direction (if you can peel your eyes away!) there is a TV with DVD player and log burner. The double height ceiling with velux windows gives additional light and a sense of space! Please note: this property does not have a TV signal for live television.

The kitchen diner is spacious and also offers great views! The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer and washing machine. The breakfast bar offers an easy dining option, or there is a dining table with four chairs. A selection of books and DVD's are there for evening entertainment.

The master bedroom has a double bed, built in wardrobes with full length mirrored doors and a two seater sofa. The ensuite has a bath, W.C. and wash hand basin. The bedroom also enjoys the views over Loch Vatten.

The twin bedroom has two single beds, a wardrobe, chair and a dressing table with mirror.

A cot and high chair are available on request.

Outside there is parking for up to two vehicles. There is a path leading around the property and a small ruin of the original building on the croft. An area around the property is kept strimmed, however the majority is left as a wild meadow leading onto croft land.

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