for 2 people is a small but spacious wooden
chalet, often described as 'Dr Who's Tardis'
as it looks much smaller on the outside than
on the inside. It has a fitted kitchen with
cooker, fridge and microwave and a
remarkably big bathroom complete with wash
basin, bath and power shower. The bed
sitting room comprises of two single beds, a
bedside cabinet and separate reading lights
over each bed. The sitting area has two very
comfortable chairs which can be
re-arranged for your own comfort, for
relaxing, watching TV, listening to the
wireless, playing CDs or just reading
a good book. There is a fold-away dining
table and chairs and also a well stocked
bookcase in the entrance porch. The Sheiling
is priced at only £325 per week which is
only £36 less than a week in youth hostel
accommodation with its shared facilities and
we think this provides excellent value for
money for a stay on Mull. The bird feeders
outside your windows are filled daily and
there is a picnic table on the lawn outside
the Sheiling for your use. This year all our beds have brand new Mattresses for your comfort.
Kitchen in the Sheiling
Kitchen in the Sheiling
Sheiling: Tariff £325 per week.
be disappointed, book your holiday
We are already full for the Car
Rally Oct 2017.
Terms & Conditions
machine, freezer space, cot &
high chair are available on
request. Bed linen, towels, tea
towels, cleaning fluids,
electricity and oil fired central
heating are all included in the
also offer the use of our large
barn for bikes etc.
and departures: The cottage
will be ready for you by 4.00 pm
on the Saturday of arrival and we
ask you to vacate the house no
later than 10.00 am on the
Saturday of departure.
no pets due to farm animals.
note we have no hidden extras, the
price includes everything.
non refundable deposit of £100 for
Inch Hame and £75 for The Sheiling
is required to secure a booking.
On receipt of the deposit I will
write to confirm the booking.
Customers are advised to insure
Ardrioch we are trying to
and so to this end
we have put in Solar Panels
to produce electricity for
both our home and our
self-catering cottages. During
the summer months the
electricity that you use
will come from our Solar
power. The panels are
discreetly positioned, out
of sight away from the
house in one of our
We also try
to use Eco light bulbs,
products and recycle as
much of our waste products
as we can, including using
the compost heap at the
bottom of the garden which
is also a winter home to