Neil and Rhoda's 6-acre croft borders Loch a Bhaile, where boat and bank fishing are available to guests - brown trout and, in season, the odd sea trout or salmon are to be had, with the occasional flounder to startle the unwary. The whole locality is rich in wildlife - red-throated divers nest on Loch a Bhaile; skylarks trill and snipe flutter; through June and July, the corncrakes boom, and you might even see an otter.
Nothing is rushed here: there are no deadlines, no office grind, no urgency. As we like to say here in the West - when the Good Lord made time, he made plenty of it.
Where else can one find all this:-