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Kirkapol Guest House | Kirkapol, Tiree, Britain + UK Vacation Packages - England, Scotland and Wales Travel Tours 2011

Kirkapol Guest House

Prices From $130 per room
A beautifully converted Victorian church which overlooks the magnificent sweep of Gott Bay. Perched on the edge of a beach on the beautiful and remote island of Tiree, the most westerly island of the Inner Hebrides.

Kirkapol Guesthouse rests on the edge of tranquil beach in Scarinish, the main town on the island of Tiree. The house itself has amazing views over Hawaii-like stretches of beach as well as magnificent views of Mull , Islay , Colonsay, the Treshnish Islands and the paps of Jura, the three distinctive and fascinating mountains which can be seen on the Island of Jura. The house is within walking distance of the town of Scarinish where you will find the islands only bank, a post office, supermarket and a lovely little working harbour. Tiree can only be accessed by sea and there are ferry crossings from Oban on the mainland into the ferry terminal near Scarinish, your myguideBritain agent will be happy to arrange your ferry crossings.

This family run house is a beautiful converted church set in a very tranquil and peaceful location on Tiree. The décor throughout the guesthouse is tasteful with the rooms being well furnished and welcoming. The relaxing sitting room is a perfect place to unwind; it has an airy and fresh feel with wonderful views over stunning Gott Bay and the many fields that surround it. There is an extensive library and an excellent selection of classical music CD's in the sitting room for you to enjoy whilst gazing out at the magnificent scenery.

There are 6 well-appointed comfortable ensuite bedrooms in Kirkapol Guesthouse, each decorated with neutral colours to reflect the calm and relaxing ambience on this remote and peaceful island.
Each room is equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, Television and hairdryer.

At Kirkapol Guesthouse you can enjoy traditional home cooking. Meals can be eaten in the dining room of the house, which has a wonderfully calm and peaceful atmosphere and is situated in what used to be the hub of the old church giving it a touch of character and charm. Breakfast is provided each morning and evening meals are available by prior arrangment.

A stunning island home offering tranquillity, peace and relaxation. A perfect place to unwind and listen to nothing but the sound of lapping waves upon the stretches of beautiful white sandy beaches. A Hebridean paradise for windsurfers, walkers and those who just want to get away from it all and enjoy the unspoilt views surrounding it.

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