An exquisite, architect designed ‘oak house' for soothing family getaways, secluded in nature and boasting glorious views of the Sound of Mull.
Featuring direct, private access to the shoreline of the Sound of Mull and Drimnin Pier, Tigh Darach is a beautiful oak-framed family house (Tigh Darach is Gaelic for ‘oak house') designed and owned by the architect Roderick James, and his wife Amanda.
Sleeping up to six guests in four bedrooms, there's plenty of open plan space to socialise in, from the cosily furnished living area, to the separate verandas for breakfast and cocktails!
Meanwhile, huge windows allow light to flood cheerfully inside, and there's a crackling woodburner to warm your evenings.
Surrounded by woodland and nature, you can watch the swooping pine martens and swallows, and maybe even the occasional grazing roe deer... while the Sound of Mull plays host to seals, dolphins and eagles, in a true wildlife-watcher's paradise.