Ceum A Bhealaich
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Ceum a Bhealaich is a self-contained, well equipped flat is situated at the foot of Ben Tangaval in a quiet location just outside Castlebay, with exceptional views of Ben Heaval (1260ft) and the surrounding countryside.

It is approximately one mile from the Castlebay Ferry Terminal, hotels, shops, post office and bank, and half a mile from the Heritage Centre, swimming pool and local library.

Ben Tangaval itself stretches majestically from the east to the west coast and is abundant in wildlife, flowers and views

Beautiful sandy beaches and excellent loch fishing are within a mile and the golf course is only five miles away .

Private off-road parking is available and there is secure storage for bicycles etc  

Barra is one of the two Southernmost inhabited islands of the Outer Hebrides, being approximately 8 miles long and 5 miles across.

The main port and focus of population on Barra is Castlebay, which is on the South of the island.

The centre of the island is dominated by hills with most of the crofts and crofting townships being situated either along the coasts or in glens, where these occur.

The West and North of Barra has areas of low lying land, characterised by grasslands, sand dunes and shellsand beaches.


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Getting Here There are two means of travel to get to Barra
Fly from Glasgow or Inverness
Sail from Oban

See our direction page for more details

Discover more about the island Isle of Barra Community
Undiscovered Scotland on Barra
Visit Hebrides
Wikipedia - Barra
Wikipedia - Outer Hebrides

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