Home of artists Andy and Helen for over twenty years, the large traditional stone house offers comfortable accommodation for bed and breakfast and self catering holidays.
Frachadil House is in an elevated situation, set away from the single track road to Calgary and sits in its own eleven acres of woods hill and burn.
There is ample parking close to the house.
There are records of the property dating back to 1674, Frachadil faces almost due north towards the islands of Rum, Eigg, Muck and the Ardnamurchan peninsular, and on a bright day the Cuillins of Skye can clearly be seen.
The view is timeless and spectacular.
Otters are often seen at Calgary, Golden and White Tailed Eagles soar overhead or even better perch on the crags close by. The woods and walled garden are full of migrant birds in the spring time, and the bird table is always busy.
Frachadil makes the ideal location for wildlife enthusiasts, walkers, or for families wanting to enjoy the safe swimming at Calgary bay and other close by beaches.
The accommodation comprises of one self catering apartment which can sleep up to five people, and two double bed and breakfast rooms.
Calgary Art In Nature is situated nearby with an excellent tearoom , two art galleries and a woodland sculpture walk down to the beach.
Dervaig a picturesque conservation village is 5 miles away with a post office with a well supplied store (known affectionately as Dougies).
Tobermory, our colourful capital is an impressive drive of hair pins, lochs and mountain scenery.
For evening meals, locally we have the Bellachroy Hotel in Dervaig and the Am-Birlinn restaurant.