At the end of the 'Road to the Isles'...
... lies Mallaig - an industrious fishing village with plenty to offer the discerning traveller. The fishing port of Mallaig was founded around 1901 as part of the expansion of the railway network.
Scotland’s West Highland Line, which terminates in Mallaig has been voted the Top Rail Journey in the world by the readers of Wanderlust Magazine, the bible for independent minded travellers. The triumphant Scottish rail journey was recognised for its breathtaking and varied scenery, skirting lochs and shaggy Highland cattle, and crossing a 21-arch viaduct at Glenfinnan before hitting the coast with views of the isles of Eigg, Muck and Rum. The journey has been made famous by being used as a film location as part of the Harry Potter series of movies.
Fauim-na-mara is a bungalow centrally located in the village of Mallaig. The property is set back on a hill from the sea shore overlooking Mallaig Harbour. It has beautiful panoramic views across the sea to the Isle of Skye and the Small Isles of Eigg & Rum.
Fauim-na-mara consists of:
3 bedrooms (1 double and 2 twins)
a large open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
a main sitting room with satellite TV
a bathroom with shower
The house is fully central heated.
All bed linen and towels are provided.
There is off road parking available.
Unfortunately this property is not suitable for very elderly or disabled persons due to the elevated location of the property.