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The House
The house has its origins in the early 17th century and was part of Cameron of Locheil's estate. Locheil was sympathetic to the Jacobite cause and as a result the house was used as a billet for the English army during the Jacobite uprising.



Accommodation
Cuilcheanna House offers accommodation on a bed and full Scottish breakfast basis.

We have seven letting bedrooms - one king-size room, one single, three doubles and two twin rooms. All of the rooms are named after Hebridean Islands, and each room has a view of either the loch or the hills.

The house is completely non-smoking, although smokers are welcome to use the garden.

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Onich



Mull
'Mull', our superior room, is furnished with a handmade oak king-size bed.

There is a feature fireplace and a stunning bay window to the front of the house with a view overlooking the garden and bay.


Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Onich



Facilities

Each room is en-suite with fluffy bath towels, and feather pillows and duvets (hypo-allergenic ones available on request).

Wi-Fi access is available throughout the house and a cot is available by prior arrangement.

Please note that we aim to offer a peaceful & relaxing experience to all guests; therefore we do not have TVs in the bedrooms. You are welcome to watch the TV in the guest lounge!

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation, Onich






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