A clean, smart, modern gem of a  Hebridean holiday home on the  west coast of the island of Barra

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Sealladh A Chuan, Barraigh

The Island is linked by two car ferry routes, one North to the other Western Isles (and from there to Skye) and one South to the mainland at Oban, details from CalMac

By Car / Bike / Ferry

The nearest railway station is on the West Highland Line at Oban, from there you can take a passenger ferry to Castlebay Barra. Once on the Isle of Barra there is a bus service.

By Rail / Bus / Passenger Ferry

A Plane arrives twice daily and lands on the Traigh Mhor, which is a tidal beach. Air services operate from/to Benbecula and Glasgow, contact Loganair for details. Car and bicycle hire are available on the island.

By Plane

Barra is one of the most southerly inhabited islands of the Outer Hebrides and is famous for its remote “airport” where aircraft land and take off from the beach at low tide. See this BBC News page.

The island is approximately 14km long by 8km wide whilst Heaval the highest hill reaches 383 metres above sea-level. There are several peaceful un-spoilt sandy beaches to explore around the coast, breathtaking sea-views and abundant wildlife.

Seallach a Chuan is sited at Grean, accessed from the small road (leading to Barra golf course) which turns off the main Castlebay/ Northbay road 5 miles from Castlebay and 3 miles from Northbay.

The cottage is just a short walk from the local beaches including “Whisky Galore” beach where the original film was shot and 10 minutes walk from Barra Golf Course.

Our Location is Grean on the west coast of the Isle of Barra,
Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles) Scotland

Getting To Our Barra Holiday Home